CTE health science teachers across the US need to teach their students how to accurately read EKG strips. This is required for students who want to take the NHA CET exam after completing their program. But not all health science teachers have the time and resources to create real-life scenarios and activities to help their students learn about different arrhythmias.
Medical assisting is one of the most popular health science classes in the country, and almost every one of those classes ends with a certification exam. Two of the most common choices are the NHA CCMA certification and the AMCA CMAC certification. But figuring out which one to use isn’t easy. The certifications have many commonalities and differences, and one may be a better fit for your program than the other. So how do you decide?
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Choosing a health science assessment for your students to take can be a daunting task.
Health science teachers across the US are scrambling to give their CTE students hands-on practice with electronic health records.
CTE health science courses are quickly moving into middle schools. As a result, there’s a growing need for middle school health science instructional materials.
Knowing medical terms is crucial for success in the health care workplace. Because of this, you need to be sure your students have those terms down pat! While you could stick with in-class lectures and flashcards for memorizing, that’s not always the best way for your students to learn (and retain) information. With something as critical as medical terminology, you can do more! That’s why you it’s a great idea to add medical terminology activities to your curriculum. But where do you start?