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HLTH 025 Patient Care Equipment Technology Syllabus 2013
 
John Tobey Clark  tobey.clark@uvm.edu
 
Summary
This course is an introduction into patient care technology - the environment, a backgroundreview of the human body and technical principles, and a specific focus on medical devicescommonly found at the bedside in intensive care units..
Learning Objectives
1. Provide a basic understanding of medical and technical concepts, patient careequipment and technology principles, application and proper operation, commonproblems and solutions, patient safety issues, maintenance, and management of thetechnology.2. Provide a methodology for improving the safety and cost-effectiveness of commonmedical devices through a program of healthcare technology management.3. Help students better communicate with other hospital staff involved with medicaldevices, administration, and equipment vendors.4. Develop the student's interest, and prepare them for further study and moreadvanced application of the principles.
Methods
The course will utilize web-based content including text, photos, diagrams, flow charts, other figures, video, audio, links to other websites, interactive tools, and other web attributes todeliver content to students.The topics to be included for each medical technology covered in this course are:
 
Device principles,
 
Proper clinical application,
 
Patient safety,
 
Common device/technique problems and resolution
 
Care, maintenance, and quality assurance, and
 
Technology management
Supplemental Text - Not Required
 
Street, Laurence, Introduction to Biomedical Engineering Technology, CRC Press, 2008,
 
ISBN: 0-8493-8533-4
 (Available from Amazon or other source)
 
Grading 
Student Evaluation and Grading
 
Ten Quizzes - each 4 points (40 points total)
 There will be a quiz after completion of most modules. A pre-test at the beginning of the course will help prepare the student for quizzes. The time limit for each quiz is 30minutes. The quizzes will be available for two days.
 
Two exams - each 20 points (40 points total)
  A midterm exam will be given covering the first half of the course. A final exam willcover the second half of the course. The time limit for each exam is 150 minutes. Theexams will be available only on the assigned date for the exam unless prearrangedwith the instructor.
 
Eight discussion questions and responses - each 2.5 points (20 points total)
 Discussion questions relevant to the current topic will be presented. Responses tothe posts by other students are encouraged along with a response from the originalpresenter. The highest grade for the assignment will only be achieved if the studentmakes an original post/answer to the discussion question, comments on another students post, and also responds to other students comments on his/her originalpost. All graded quizzes and tests are "open book" - you are allowed to research questions usingthe Course Content modules. However, there is a time limit on quizzes and tests. They mustbe completed in the allotted time. Many Content Modules will have a reading assignment anda Discussion question on Day 1 and a Quiz or other assignment on Day 2.
Optional - Extra Credit Report
 
One written report - up to 5 points
  An
optional
 
extra credit report on a topic of your choosing related to a medical device,technology, technology-related procedure or system can be completed with a maximumadded five (5) points to your grade. The extra credit report is due on the last official class day.The report should be 10 pages of double spaced text. The report should be completed in MSWord or Adobe PDF.The sections of the report should include:
 
Title page with title, course title, student's name and date
 
Table of contents
 
(Main body of the paper)
 
Conclusion
 
BibliographyCriteria for grading will be:1. Organization2. Presentation3. Creativity and originality4. Quality and accuracy5. Technical versus clinical content (should have components of each)6. Format, grammar, spelling, etc

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