Therapeutic Procedures I
Therapeutic Procedures I PTA 150
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MASTER SYLLABUS WASHTENAW COMMUNITY COLLEGE Course Discipline Code amp No PTA 150 Title Therapeutic Procedures 1 Effective Term Fall 2006 Division Code HAT Department Code ALHD Org 15800 Don t publish DCollege Catalog DTime Schedule DWeb Page Reason for Submission Check all that apply lZl New course approval E Threeyear syllabus review Assessment report E Course change E Reactivation of inactive course I Inactivation Submit this page only Change information Note all changes that are being made Form applies only to changes noted El Consultation with all departments affected by this course is El Total Contact Hours total contact hours were required I Distribution of contact hours contact hours were D Course discipline code amp number was lecture lab clinical other Must submit inactivation form for previous course E Pre requisite co requisite or enrollment restrictions E Course title was D Change in Grading Method Course description I OutcomesAssessment 3 Course objectives minor changes 1 Objectives Evaluation D Credit hours credits were C Other Rationale for course or course change Attach course assessment report for existing courses that are being changed Approvals Department and divisional signatures indicate that all departments affected by the course have been consulted Department Review by Chairperson D New resources needed I All relevant departments consulted Print Patricia Reynolds Hill Signature 39 M Date q I 0 F aculty Preparer 39 1 I Print Connie Foster Signature Date l i 6 Department Chair W Division Review by Dean I Request for conditional approval Recommendation NYes I No 39 6 5 do Dean s Administrator s Signature Da 39Ciirriculum Committee Review Recommendation 1 A 0 EITabled IYes jNo f LflOOE Cur meommittee Chair s Signature Date l A Vice sident for Instruction pr a1 V AW mar 2 7 55 Vice Presi nt s Signature 7 Date 39 Approv MYes E No C Conditional A65 as Do not write in shaded area Log File Ecopy 3 Banner CampA Databatie Please return completed form to the Of ce of Curriculum amp Assessment and email an electronic copy to sjohnwccnetedu for posting on the website Office of Curriculum amp Assessment 3939 39 39 39 39 Z 5 MASTER SYLLABUS WASHTENAW COMMUNITY COLLEGE Complete ALL sections which apply to the course even if changes are not being made Are lectures labs or clinicals offered as Instructor separate sections DYes lectures labs or clinicals are offered in separate sections EINO lectures labs or clinicals are offered in the same section LCourse PTA 150 Course title Therapeutic Procedures I Credit hours 3 Contact hours per semester If variable credit give range 53m to credits Lecmre 15 1711 60 Practicum Other Totals 75 Grading options DP NP limited to clinical amp practica D8 U for courses numbered below 100 ELetter grades Prerequisites Select one MCollegelevel Reading amp Writing In addition to Basic Skills in Reading Writing Level I enforced in Banner DReduced Reading Writing Scores Add information at Level I prerequisite Band 10 Consent required nd Do Admission to program required Program DNO Basic Skills Prerequisite Collegelevel Reading and Writing is 1191 required Course Grade Test Min Score Concurrent Corequisites Enrollment Must be enrolled in this class Can be taken together also during the same semester Cl C and E or I I and I or D I and I or D Level II enforced by instructor on first day of class Course Grade Test Min Score E and D or E and E or Enrollment restrictions In addition to prerequisites if applicable Iand Elor Other please specify Please send syllabus for transfer evaluation to Conditionally approved courses are not sent for evaluatio D EMU as D U ofM as n as n Insert course number and title you wish the course to transfer as 13 as as as Office of Curriculum 8 Assessment I 4 n quotcuru uu v WASHTENAW COMMUNITY COLLEGE MASTER SYLLABUS Course Course title PTA 150 Therapeutic Procedu res I Course description State the purpose and content of the course Please limit to QQ characters This course introduces the Physical Therapist Assistant student to the fundamental procedures of patient care and management It prepares the student to safely and appropriately administer these procedures Emphasis is on the development of decision making and problem solving skills while performing patient care activities Content includes but is not limited to bed mobility transfers body mechanics wheelchairs and wheelchair management and aseptic techniques Course outcomes List skills and knowledge students will have after taking the course Assessment method Indicate how student achievement in each outcome will be assessed to determine student achievement for purposes of course improvement Outcomes applicable in all sections Assessment Methods for determining course effectiveness Describe guidelines for managing patient care environment Describe factors affecting patient comfort Describe the factors that in uence a patient s skin integrity Describe the components of Standard Precautions Demonstrate good body mechanics when performing patient care techniques Position a patient for comfort and skin protection in prone supine and sidelying Safely move a patient through activities of bed mobility Demonstrate the following transfers bed mat to wheelchair bed mat to standing 2 person lift wheelchair to car Measure an individual for a wheelchair Determine if a wheelchair properly fits an individual and make minor adjustments Department al final exam Departmental final exam Departmental final exam Departmental final exam Practical exam Practical exam Practical exam Practical exam Practical exam Practical exam Course Objectives Indicate the objectives that support the course outcomes given above Course Evaluations Indicate how instructors will determine the degree to which each objective is met for each student Objectives applicable in all sections Evaluation Methods for determining level of student performance of objectives Describe environmental factors affecting patient safety in a treatment setting Given a written patient care scenario the student will describe environmental factors that impact the safety of the patient Describe strategies to increase improve PTA safety in a treatment session Describe methods to assess patient comfort during patient care Describe techniques strategies to improve patient comfort Describe the effect of position on skin integrity Given a written patient scenario the student will describe strategies to increase PTA safety Given a written patient care scenario the student will describe methods for assessing patient comfort After completing above the student will describe techniques to improve patient comfort during patient care Given a position and or patient care activity the student will describe how skin integrity would be affected Office of Curriculum amp Assessment httpww MASTER SYLLABUS WASHTENAW COMMUNITY COLLEGE Identify conditions that compromise skin integrity in patient care settings Demonstrate good body mechanics when performing patient care techniques Describe components of Standard Precautions Position a patient in prone supine and sidelying Move a patient through activities of bed mobility Demonstrate the following transfers bed mat to wheelchair bed mat to standing 2 person lift wheelchair to car Measure an individual for a wheelchair Determine if a wheelchair properly fits an individual and make minor adjustments to improve positioning Given a patient care scenario identify factors that would compromise patient skin integrity Given a patient scenario patient transfer bed mobility activities etc student will perform the technique utilizing correct body mechanics Describe the components of standard precautions Given a simulated patient and scenario the student will safely position and monitor the patient Given a simulated patient care scenario the student will assist and instruct a patient in rolling to sidelying moving from supine to sitting on the edge of the bed mat Given a simulated patient care scenario the student will demonstrate each of the following transfers bed mat to wheelchair bed mat to standing 2 person lift and wheelchair to car Given a wheelchair evaluation form the student will measure an individual for a wheelchair Given an individual sitting in a wheelchair the student will determine if the wheelchair properly fits identify need for adjustments reposition o the individual and or adjust the wheelchair appropriately List all new resources needed for course including library materials Wheelchairs standard reclining hospital bed with trapeze mat tables transfer boards Student Materials List examples of types Texts Supplemental reading Supplies Uniforms Equipment Tools Software Patient Care Skills M Duesterhaus Minor Medical Dictionary Gait belt tape measure Lab jacket Estimated costs 6100 5000 4000 qu ment Facilities Check all that apply All classrooms have overhead projectors and permanent screens Check level guy if the specified equipment is needed for Q sections of a IOff Campus Sites course T tin C t 1 Level I classroom 1 68 g en er Permanent screen amp overhead projector DComputer workstations lab ITV D Level II classroom a Level I equipment plus TVVCR DTVVCR E Level III classroom Level II equipment plus data projector computer faculty workstation DData projector computer DOther treatment tablesI mat tables hospital bed wheelchairs Assessment plan Learning outcomes to Assessment tool When assessment will Course sections other Number students to be be assessed take place population assessed Office of Curriculum 8 Assessment httpIquot J 39 39 r 4 39 S39 MASTER SYLLABUS WASHTENAW COMMUNITY COLLEGE list from Page 3 Describe guidelines for managing patient care environment Department final exam end of semester All 13 of each section no less than 4 section Describe factors affecting patient comfort Department nal exam end of semester All 13 of each section no less than 4 section Describe the factors that in uence skin integrity in patientJomlations Department final exam end of semester All 13 of each section no less than 4 section Demonstrate good body mechanics when performing patient care techniques Competency checklist final exam End of semester All 13 of each section no less than 4 section Describe the components of Standard Precautions Departmental nal exam End of unitend of semester All 13 of each section no less than 4section Move a patient through activities of bed mobility Competency checklist final exam End of unitend of semester All 13 of each section no less than 4section Demonstrate the following transfers bed mat to wheelchair bed mat to standing 2 person lift wheelchair to car Competency checklist final exam End of unitend of semester All 13 of each section no less than 4 section Measure an individual for a wheelchair Competency checklist final exam End of unitend of semester All 13 of each section no less than 4 section Determine if a wheelchair properly ts an individual and make minor adjustments to improve positioning Competency checklist nal exam End of unitend of semester All 13 of each section no less than 4 section Scoring and analysis of assessment 1 Indicate how the above ass essments will be scored and evaluated cg departmentally developed rubric external evaluation other Attach the rubric Randomly selected written and practical examinations from each section will be reviewed See attached 2 Indicate the standard of success to be used for this assessment Office of Curriculum amp Assessment Illrun 2 WASHTENAW COMMUNITY COLLEGE C MkSTER SYLLABUS 80 of sampled responses will receive full credit for selected responses 80 of students will demonstrate good body mechanics during practical exam 80 of students will successfully pass each competency 3 Indicate who will score and analyze the data Department or designee will score and analyze the data 4 Explain the process for using assessment data to improve the course Results will indicate student program strengths and weakness Curricular and instructional changes will be considered and reviewed as a result na I Office of Curriculum amp Assessment m39
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