This course, mandatory for all Health Science Studies majors, presents essential introductory information to prepare the student for success in determining a field of study and pursuing a healthcare career including knowledge of the healthcare environment, qualifications for pursing specific fields, professionalism expectations, the importance of communications, cultural competence in healthcare, the use of professional literature, and the basics of healthcare ethics.
Students from other majors will require consent of the instructor. Introduces the concepts and techniques of performing a multi-system physical assessment, collecting a patient history, and documenting subjective history and objective findings.
See HP 3311 for course information.
The purpose of this course is to allow undergraduate Health Science Studies students the opportunity to work with a clinical research professional and participate in the clinical research process.
A study of the biblical meanings and purposes of suffering with theological reflections and application to those served by health care professionals with consideration to disability-related ministries.
Designed to provide students with planned experiences with professionals in various health, allied health and/or community health settings including public, private, and health agencies.