For nearly 10 years, Bri has focused on creating content to address the questions and concerns educators have about teaching classes, preparing students for certifications, and making the most of the AES curriculum system.
Each chapter in the book is centered around a scenario to help students understand each concept and skill in a real-world context.
What’s great about Kinn’s Medical Assisting Fundamentals is the publisher took time to note which medical assisting certifications it is aligned to, such as NHA CCMA, NHA CMAA, and AMCA CMAC! The new edition of the textbook includes an additional unit on limited scope radiology and expanded content in other chapters.
So if your medical assisting students want to become certified, this textbook could be a great addition to your curriculum.
Which Medical Assisting Textbook Is Right for You?
Though it’s not possible to review every medical assisting textbook out there, this article can give you some initial direction!
As you learn more about each resource, keep in mind that many teachers use more than just a traditional textbook to teach medical assisting courses.
In fact, some medical assisting instructors have found that a digital curriculum works better for their classroom than traditional textbooks.
Want to learn about other medical assistant curriculum options? Consider checking out HealthCenter21!
It’s used by thousands of health science teachers like you to meet standards and prepare students for certifications all while saving time with planning and grading.