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ALH 372 - MGNT & METH OF PATIENT CARE II

Skills in problem solving, critical-thinking, and decision-making are developed as well as oral and written communication skills. Career skills are enhanced through the interview process, resume writing, and administrative duties including; budgeting, medical and legal considerations and political issues affecting health care. Special emphasis is placed on research methods, medical law and ethics, and scheduling guidelines. Focus on basic measures necessary to provide quality patient care. Basic principles of record keeping and maintaining confidentiality of information are explained.

Credits: 1

Prerequisites:

There are no prerequisites listed for this course.

Course Notes:

Required for students admitted to the clinical phase

of Nuclear Medicine Technology program.