A Student Workbook includes vocabulary practice exercises, key term puzzles, medical abbreviation practice exercises, concept application exercises, laboratory exercises, and critical thinking exercises.
- Key terms and medical terminology activities make it easy to learn health care terminology.
- Abbreviations exercises help you learn medical abbreviations and acronyms, along with their definitions.
- Concept Applications help in applying knowledge to the real world.
- Laboratory exercises allow you to hone your lab skills and learn pharmacology.
- Critical Thinking activities help you develop decision-making skills.
New To This Edition:
- Coloring and labeling exercises help you learn key concepts and understand anatomical structures.
Table of Contents:
Unit 1: Core Knowledge
1. Health Care of the Past, Present, and Future
2. Interpersonal Dynamics and Communications
3. Safety Practices
4. Legal and Ethical Principles
5. Culture and Health Care
6. Employability Skills
7. Foundation Skills
8. Wellness, Growth, and Development
Unit 2: Anatomy and Physiology
9. Body Organization
10. Integumentary System
11. Cardiovascular System
12. Circulatory System
13. Respiratory System
14. Skeletal System
15. Muscular System
16. Digestive System
17. Urinary System
18. Endocrine System
19. Nervous System
20. Sensory System
21. Reproductive System
Unit 3: Career Clusters
22. Laboratory Careers
23. Imaging Careers
24. Nursing Careers
25. Medical Careers
26. Dental Careers
27. Complementary and Alternative Careers
28. Veterinary Careers
29. Community and Social Careers
30. Mental Health Careers
31. Rehabilitative Careers
32. Emergency Health Careers
33. Information and Administration Careers
34. Environmental Careers
35. Biotechnology Research and Development Careers
By Judith Gerdin, BSN, MS, Paradise Valley High School, Phoenix, AZ