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  1. 1. Slide Share: SGCHA By: Cabrini Ferraro
  2. 2. Orientation WeekOrientation Week  The first two weeks in Health AcademyThe first two weeks in Health Academy was orientation week. During these firstwas orientation week. During these first two weeks we had three different speakerstwo weeks we had three different speakers come talk to us. The first one was Kimcome talk to us. The first one was Kim Frankenburng, and she talked to us aboutFrankenburng, and she talked to us about hand washing and hygiene. Then we hadhand washing and hygiene. Then we had Greg Dick and he talked to us about theGreg Dick and he talked to us about the security of the hospital. Last we had Marysecurity of the hospital. Last we had Mary Wiseman and she talked to us aboutWiseman and she talked to us about service hours. We also got informed on theservice hours. We also got informed on the procedures of the hospital, where to park,procedures of the hospital, where to park, and we got to go and see the differentand we got to go and see the different floors of the hospital.floors of the hospital.
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  13. 13. BlogsBlogsI went to 6 southeast and it was probably the worst experience. If anything going to 6 southeast made me realize that nursing in a hospital really is not for me. In a way I do appreciate the experience because it did show me that not everyone is going to be nice, and alls you can do is keep your head up and get through the situation. I was in 5 southeast this week and it was way better than last week. There was very little going on but the nurses I had were very fun and inspirational. They let me right some stuff down and they showed me how to right down stuff on the computer. They also answered a lot of my questions about nursing and if I would want a future career in it. This week I was at five southeast... again. I read the schedule wrong and ended up at the wrong place.But this week was very productive. I got to see a lot of different people my first day. We discharged four people and got to teach someone how to stick themselves with a needle. The second day I was with the same nurse for thirty minutes then she went to lunch, and I was with a nurse named Karen and alls she did was chart. She counted me down because I wasn't acting interested in her charting.
  14. 14. BlogsBlogs  This week I was in Rehab. IThis week I was in Rehab. I followed a physical therapistfollowed a physical therapist named Jim, and he was reallynamed Jim, and he was really cool and explained a lot to me.cool and explained a lot to me. The first day we just went toThe first day we just went to different units in the hospital anddifferent units in the hospital and did a lot of paper work. Thedid a lot of paper work. The second day of rotation Jim and Isecond day of rotation Jim and I spent two hours with a girl fromspent two hours with a girl from Andale who was in a drunkAndale who was in a drunk driving accident. She got throwndriving accident. She got thrown 40 feet from her car, and was in40 feet from her car, and was in really bad condition. Jim was justreally bad condition. Jim was just trying to get her to do simpletrying to get her to do simple tasks. These simple taskstasks. These simple tasks included wiggling her toes,included wiggling her toes, fingers, moving her arms, and logfingers, moving her arms, and log rolling. All these physical activitiesrolling. All these physical activities really drained and hurt the girl. Itreally drained and hurt the girl. It was so weird to see and be a partwas so weird to see and be a part of it. I really learned a lot in thisof it. I really learned a lot in this rotation and it really made merotation and it really made me realize how blest I am.realize how blest I am.  This week I was in Radiology. My firstThis week I was in Radiology. My first day I followed a Radiologist namedday I followed a Radiologist named Jaime. She was really nice and showedJaime. She was really nice and showed me a lot. The first lady she took an x-me a lot. The first lady she took an x- ray was having problems with herray was having problems with her arthritis, the bones in her hands werearthritis, the bones in her hands were all deformed. It was very sad to see.all deformed. It was very sad to see. The next person she did an x-ray onThe next person she did an x-ray on was a little girl whose belly was likewas a little girl whose belly was like rock hard. She was having some kindrock hard. She was having some kind of bowell problems, I think it wasof bowell problems, I think it was constipation but I don't know for sure.constipation but I don't know for sure. Then we went to the CICU and JaimeThen we went to the CICU and Jaime took an x-ray on a guys hand who justtook an x-ray on a guys hand who just had a finger fall off. They were alsohad a finger fall off. They were also concerned that the cancer he had inconcerned that the cancer he had in his hand would return. Then for thehis hand would return. Then for the rest of that day we got on therest of that day we got on the computer and she showed me a bunchcomputer and she showed me a bunch of different x-rays, and the mostof different x-rays, and the most interesting cases she's ever heard of.interesting cases she's ever heard of.  The second day was not as exciting,The second day was not as exciting, but I got to see a couple of x-rays.but I got to see a couple of x-rays. Then the most exciting part of thatThen the most exciting part of that day was getting to see a little ofday was getting to see a little of barium sulfate inserted into her colonbarium sulfate inserted into her colon and they followed it for the rest of theand they followed it for the rest of the day.day.
  15. 15. Hand WashingHand Washing  For our hand washing presentationsFor our hand washing presentations we went to four different schools.we went to four different schools. Here, we presented a poster, a skit,Here, we presented a poster, a skit, and a song. We also answeredand a song. We also answered questions that the children had aboutquestions that the children had about germs, hand washing, and flugerms, hand washing, and flu season.season.
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  17. 17. Cabrini Ferraro 541 North Tallyrand Home (316) 682-6898 Mobile (316) 990-0588 Cassunta1@gmail.comSubject: Dental Hygienist I am pursuing a career as a Dental Hygienist; included behind this is my resume and references. My background in science consists of: Physical Science, Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, and Chemistry. My math background consists of: Algebra I, Honors Geometry, Honors Algebra II, Intermediate Algebra, and College Algebra. I have also been studying five days a week at the St. Francis and St. Joe Hospital Via Christi Health, two of those days I shadow a professional in their field such as: Pediatrics, Emergency Room, Physical Therapy, and many others totaling sixteen units. The other three days are spent in the classroom working on thank you cards, blogging, studying, and many other activities. My work experience consists of babysitting from 2000 till now. My experiences through babysitting have taught me patience and how to work with all types of individuals. These experiences have also taught me how to relate to all different age groups, and how to anticipate their individual needs. The opportunity to work with children for such a long period of time has taught me many rehabilitation tools such as daily living activities; giving baths, changing diapers, and feeding young children. Life guarding at Rockwood Recreational Facility for three years has also given me some very insightful work experience. I have worked there from 2007 till now. Life guarding requires me to be Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certified, Automated External Defibrillator Trained, and be certified in Food Handling. My last employment is at Tan Do Salon. I have worked there from 2009 till now. Tan Do is a tanning salon and requires me to interact others, and be well informed on the different issues on tanning. I am looking forward to meeting with you. You can contact me through email at cassunta1@gmail.com. Best Regards, Cabrini Ferraro
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  24. 24. Resume LetterResume Letter Objective My objective is to show you through my experiences that I am qualified to become a dental hygienist. Education Newman University (2010) Wichita, KS Medical Terminology (3 Hours) Wichita, KS St. Gianna Health Academy (2010) Wichita, KS Emergency RoomPediatric UnitRehabilitation Observed in thirteen other hospital unitsLearned how to take: blood pressure, listening to the heart, parts of the stethoscope, checking reflexes, and listening to the lungs Kapaun Mount Carmel Catholic High School (2007- 2011) Wichita, KS 2 years of Spanish (2007-2009)Psychology, College Psychology, Sociology (2010 – 2011)
  25. 25. Resume LetterResume Letter  Awards receivedAwards received • Honor Roll (2008 – 2009)Honor Roll (2008 – 2009) • Academic Letter (2008 – 2009)Academic Letter (2008 – 2009) • Sweetheart Candidate – Freshman yearSweetheart Candidate – Freshman year (2008)(2008) • Sweetheart Candidate and Queen –Sweetheart Candidate and Queen – Sophomore year (2009)Sophomore year (2009) • Homecoming Candidate – Senior yearHomecoming Candidate – Senior year (2010)(2010)
  26. 26. Resume LetterResume Letter  Work experienceWork experience • Babysitting (2000 – Present)Babysitting (2000 – Present) Wichita, KSWichita, KS • Consistently babysitting friends of my familyConsistently babysitting friends of my family Driver for my neighbor’s 5 kids (2009-2010)Driver for my neighbor’s 5 kids (2009-2010) • Life guarding (2007- 2010)Life guarding (2007- 2010) Wichita, KSWichita, KS  3 years of life guarding at Rockwood Recreational3 years of life guarding at Rockwood Recreational FacilityFacility • Tan Do Employee (2009 – Present)Tan Do Employee (2009 – Present) Wichita, KSWichita, KS
  27. 27. Resume LetterResume Letter  Volunteer experienceVolunteer experience • A Better Choice (2009-2010)A Better Choice (2009-2010) • Dear Neighbor (2009 – 2010)Dear Neighbor (2009 – 2010) • Church Nursery (2008 – 2010)Church Nursery (2008 – 2010) • Lords Diner (2006 – Present)Lords Diner (2006 – Present) • Engaged Encounter set up and clean up (2006 –Engaged Encounter set up and clean up (2006 – Present)Present) • CYO vice president (2008 – Present)CYO vice president (2008 – Present) • Via Christi Gala set up and clean up (2007 – Present)Via Christi Gala set up and clean up (2007 – Present) • Working fire work stand for Kapaun Mount Carmel (2007Working fire work stand for Kapaun Mount Carmel (2007 – Present)– Present) • Baseball Manager (2008)Baseball Manager (2008) • Via Christi Health Volunteer (2007 – Present)Via Christi Health Volunteer (2007 – Present)
  28. 28. Resume LetterResume Letter  Accreditations and licensesAccreditations and licenses • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation CertifiedCardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certified (2007-Present)(2007-Present) • Automated External DefibrillatorAutomated External Defibrillator Training (2007- Present)Training (2007- Present) • Food Handlers Course/CertificationFood Handlers Course/Certification (2007- Present)(2007- Present)
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  30. 30. Mrs. Danielle Chinn Manager of Rockwood Recreational Facility 7547 Rockwood Road Wichita, KS 67206 artmama65@gmail.com (316) 685-3231 Mrs. Denise Clarke-Hang Program Director and Curriculum Coordinator 929 N. St. Francis Wichita, KS 67214 denise.clarke- hang@viachristi.org (316) 619-5180 Mrs. Kay Urban Waite Owner and Manager of Tan Do Salon 550 N. Rock Road Ste 52 Wichita, KS 67206 (316) 631-3826 Drs. Ty and Tara Reusser DDS and babysitting employers 534 N. Tallyrand Wichita, KS 67206 (316) 249-3929
  31. 31. Career List (1)Career List (1) The first job that I am interested in is dental hygienist. This job interests because I have always been obsessed with teeth. I was an obsessive compulsive brusher, and I think this job would really interest me. I also feel like I would enjoy doing the work. The school requirements for this job are an associate’s degree and this is considered the standard training for hygienists. Typical coursework for dental hygienist training programs includes orofacial anatomy, dental radiology, head and neck anatomy, periodontics, dental materials, and microbiology. Some experience that would help me would be volunteering in a dentists office, and shadowing a dental hygienist. http://www.collegegrad.com/careers/proft91.shtml
  32. 32. Career (2)Career (2) The second job I am interested in is an entry-level nursing degree. Helping people and learning about the body are both things I really enjoy doing. There are three different entry-level nursing degree paths offered by different nursing schools. The most popular one is the four year BSN. This is the preferred entry-level nursing program by most nursing leaders, because it offers the best opportunities in today’s job market. The four year BSN is the entry point for professional nursing practice. A bachelor’s in nursing degree also provides you with a strong platform for career advancement and higher level degrees. A four BSN usually takes four years to complete. During the first two years, students typically take general education courses to fulfill college requirements. Then the last two years are spent specifically on the science of nursing and principles of nursing practice to fulfill the bachelors in nursing degree. Some work experience that would help would be volunteering in a hospital or doctors office. I could also shadow a nurse with this degree, and talk to them about the expectations I should expect. http://www.allnursingschools.com/nursing-resources/programs
  33. 33. Career (3)Career (3) The third job that I am interested in is massage therapy. I am interested in this job because it allows you to work with others and the human body. I think it would be really interesting to study the body, and different ways to help and heal it. The school requirements for a student interested in this training are in the use of proper body mechanics for their own well-being and injury prevention. In addition, students are taught sanitation procedures, First Aid and become Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certified. The Diploma and Associate of Applied Science Degree programs equip the graduate with the skills and knowledge necessary to meet the requirements of an entry level Massage Therapist. Graduates of these programs are prepared to seek positions in a wide range of health-related workplaces, such as: sports medicine clinics, pain management clinics, hospice facilities, Orthopedic offices, Physical Therapy offices, nursing homes, naturopathic clinics, Chiropractic offices and Psychiatric offices. In addition, Massage Therapists may be employed in athletic clubs, resorts, spas, yoga retreat centers, golf courses, beauty salons, dance studios, and cruise ships. This program prepares the graduate for the National Certification Exam of Theraputic Massage and Bodywork, (NCETMB). Some work experience I could get would be to volunteer in a place that has massage therapists. http://www.anthem.edu/programs/massage- therapy/associate-of-applied-science-degree/
  34. 34. Career (4)Career (4) The fourth job that I am interested in is phyiscal therapy. I am interested in this because I think working with and learning about the body is interesting. I also think that it would be a fun job that would allow you to work with others, and meet lots of people. Requirements for this job are entrants to this profession need a post-basccalaureate degree from an accredited physical therapist program. The American Physical Therapy Association’s accrediting body, called the Commisson on Accreditation of Physical Therayp Education, accredits entry- level academic programs in physical therapy. Physical therapist education programs include foundational science course, such as biology, anatomy, physiology, cellular histology, exercise physiology, neuroscience… and so on. Among the undergradiate courses that are useful when one applies to a physical therapst education education program. Physical therapists provide care to people of all ages who have functional problems resulting from injuries to the body. Physical therapists practice in hospitals, outpatient clinics, and private offices. Physical therapists should have strong interpersonal and communication skills, so they can educate patients about their condition and physical therapy treatments and communicate with patients families. Some experience I could get would be volunteering where there are physical therapists and shadowing one. http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos080.htm
  35. 35. Career (5)Career (5) The fifth job that I am interested in is being an orthodontist. I am interested in this job because I think the human mouth is fascinating, and I think teeth are really interesting. Job requirements for becoming an orthodontist are you most complete an undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university. Although there are no specific requirements on the exact degree you must achieve in order to apply for a graduate degree in dentistry, you must take a certain number of classes in biology, chemistry, and physics. You must complete a three to four year graduate degree at a dental school in order to achieve either a DDS or a DMD. You must also complete at least a two year residency program accredited by the American Dental Association. These programs are intensely competitive and will provide the speciality training required to be an orthodontist. Once you have become an orthodontist, you will need to take a certain number of continuing courses every year in order to maintain your license. These courses will kepp you up to date on new treatments and diseases in the field. Some experience I could get would shadowing or volunteering at an orthodintist office. http://www.ehow.com/facts_5006210_orthodontist-schooling- requirements.html
  36. 36. Career (6)Career (6) The sixth job I am interested in is a dentist. I think that working with people’s mouths would be very interesting. The job requirements necessary for this job is taking high school biology, chemistry, physics, health and mathematics courses, and maintain a high grade point average in high school. After accomplishing this you should seek information on colleges that have a two-year pre-dental program the emphasizes the sciences. Most pre-dental students complete a bachelor’s degree. Then commit yourself to receiving high grades in college, espcially in science. Next contact the ADA for a list of 4 year dental schools accredited by the CDA. Then take the Dental Admissions Test. Understand that the first two years in dental school will consist of classroom and lab courses. The final two years are spent in clinics under the supervision of licensed dentist. Obtain your license by passing additonal written and practical state examinations after you’ve graduated from dental school. I can obtain experience by volunteering and shadowing a dentist. http://www.ehow.com/how_7978_become- dentist.html
  37. 37. Lecture SummariesLecture Summaries Dr. Summerhouse on Friday, September 17, came to our class to inform us on his personal experiences with being a family doctor, and how to become a doctor. He was a family practice doctor for thirty-five years. Dr. Summerhouse really enjoyed his work, and helping people.During Dr. Summerhouse’s speech he told us about three types of people who care for patients. Dr. Summerhouse also informed us on the amount of school each position needed. The first one is an advanced training nurse. This can also be known as an RN and the amount of schooling necessary is two years. The second is a Physicians Assistant, also known as a PA, and it requires four years of schooling. The third is an actual doctor. MDs and Dos require four years of college. Some other examples are Chiropractors, and they just work on backs. An MD does surgery and passes out pills. There is also a DO and they can do both. DOs were started by MDs. Here are some random facts that Dr. Summerhouse informed us of. Dr. Summerhouse informed us that each medical school has certain requirements. He also told us that if you graduate, you will be called a doctor but you can’t always see patients, and in each state you have to own a license. There is a hierarchy among doctors, and the main Doctor is in charge, and all the younger doctors do what everything they say. We also learned that Family Practice doctors are expected to know everything, unlike surgeons who just do surgery. He also told us that little training – little pay, and more training more pay. The lowest paid doctors are pediatrics. The main hours for doctors and nurses are work twelve hours, and then twelve hours off. The funniest thing he said all say was that most doctors wish they could be home with their families and watch their children grow… not Dr. Summerhouse. He didn’t care. ;)
  38. 38. Lecture SummariesLecture Summaries On Friday October 1, 2010, we had a speaker come in and talk to us about the different fields of psychology, and how she became interested in it. The first field Carrissa Coleman told us about was community psychology. This is the field that she is interested in, and has been pursuing since studying at KU. At KU, she was very interested in science, but she did not want to work in a lab. The science degree she was interested in was biology, especially the behavior aspect of it. She took psychology classes, and this led to her taking a job in social services. In social services, she became a case manager for a HIV agency. She said that she liked helping people, but she did not want to be one on one. The next step in her life was to move to California. Here she worked at a children’s mental health agency. Then she decided to move back to Wichita, Kansas, and attend Wichita State University. Our speaker was very helpful, and I really like that she told us about the things she would have done differently. She told us to get into psychology early, and find what population we are really interested in. We also discussed the other types of psychology. The first and most popular is clinical psychology. This requires a Doctrine (PHD). In this field you mainly work with meeting clients, one on one, and help people cope with daily living. Another type of psychology is Developmental. This shows you how to help with children who have emotional or physical abuse. They also help adults with aging, relationships, and especially those in nursing homes. Our speaker is doing her dissertation on CNAs coping with residents. This includes helping them with activities of daily living, just helping the resident CNA relationship, and putting the person before the task. She is also helping to train CNAs in Wichita and in Manhattan.
  39. 39. Lecture SummariesLecture Summaries  On Friday, November 5th, 2010, we went to Newman and had a speakerOn Friday, November 5th, 2010, we went to Newman and had a speaker talk about nursing.talk about nursing. Bernadette FeheroltBernadette Feherolt, the director at Newman for, the director at Newman for nursing, informed us on what first makes a good nurse. The qualities shenursing, informed us on what first makes a good nurse. The qualities she talked about were being good at science, a people person, quick learner,talked about were being good at science, a people person, quick learner, constantly like learning, good at thinking on your feet, and a good teamconstantly like learning, good at thinking on your feet, and a good team player. She also explained to us that in the next twenty years to comeplayer. She also explained to us that in the next twenty years to come there will be a shortage of nurses by about 500,000 – 1,000,000. Thatthere will be a shortage of nurses by about 500,000 – 1,000,000. That means that nursing is looking like a productive career to go into, especiallymeans that nursing is looking like a productive career to go into, especially because there are so many fields to go into. Nurses can work in manybecause there are so many fields to go into. Nurses can work in many settings like hospitals, research labs, schools, clinics, etc. Mrs. Feheroltsettings like hospitals, research labs, schools, clinics, etc. Mrs. Feherolt also informed us that the starting salary for most nurses is nineteenalso informed us that the starting salary for most nurses is nineteen dollars an hour. Overall it seems like nursing is a very broad career anddollars an hour. Overall it seems like nursing is a very broad career and offers a lot of opportunities.offers a lot of opportunities.  Then she informed us on the schooling necessary for nursing. AnThen she informed us on the schooling necessary for nursing. An associate degree requires two to three years of schooling withassociate degree requires two to three years of schooling with prerequisites. There is also the BSN degree and this requires four years ofprerequisites. There is also the BSN degree and this requires four years of schooling. A BSN is more flexible, it prepares the individual better, andschooling. A BSN is more flexible, it prepares the individual better, and allows an individual a better opportunity for more pay.allows an individual a better opportunity for more pay.  There were also many things to look at when looking at a nursingThere were also many things to look at when looking at a nursing program. Mrs. Feherolt told us to look at the Curriculum, their mission,program. Mrs. Feherolt told us to look at the Curriculum, their mission, their philosophy, and the admission process. We also discussed the pre-their philosophy, and the admission process. We also discussed the pre- requisites like chemistry, college algebra, and college writing.requisites like chemistry, college algebra, and college writing.
  40. 40. Lecture SummariesLecture Summaries  On Friday, November 5, 2010, we went to Newman and I hadOn Friday, November 5, 2010, we went to Newman and I had speaker talk to us about being a Radiology Technician. Thespeaker talk to us about being a Radiology Technician. The schooling necessary for this profession is a two year Associateschooling necessary for this profession is a two year Associate Degree. The care that goes into being a Radiology Tech is firstDegree. The care that goes into being a Radiology Tech is first providing patient care. This would include being able to give theproviding patient care. This would include being able to give the care that nurses give, being able to do ethical practices, practicecare that nurses give, being able to do ethical practices, practice radiation protection, and being sure to take quality assuranceradiation protection, and being sure to take quality assurance measures. The second is position patients for the different testsmeasures. The second is position patients for the different tests and pictures being taken. A Rad Tech has to be able to positionand pictures being taken. A Rad Tech has to be able to position the patient’s body so the radiologist can identify the problem. Thethe patient’s body so the radiologist can identify the problem. The third care provided is being able to select the proper amount ofthird care provided is being able to select the proper amount of radiation exposure. The fourth measure Rad Techs have to do isradiation exposure. The fourth measure Rad Techs have to do is being able to assist the radiologist as best as possible. This wouldbeing able to assist the radiologist as best as possible. This would include taking x-rays well for the distinct diagnosis.include taking x-rays well for the distinct diagnosis.  There are many machines that Rad Techs have to now howThere are many machines that Rad Techs have to now how to use, like CT scanners, MRIs which use radio waves and are bestto use, like CT scanners, MRIs which use radio waves and are best for soft tissue, Sonograms which uses sound waves, Nuclearfor soft tissue, Sonograms which uses sound waves, Nuclear medicines which are the opposites of x-rays, and PETs.medicines which are the opposites of x-rays, and PETs.
  41. 41. Lecture SummariesLecture Summaries  We went to Newman to hear Meg TrumpWe went to Newman to hear Meg Trump talk about respiratory therapy. Shetalk about respiratory therapy. She informed us that respiratory therapistsinformed us that respiratory therapists work in all areas of the healthcare field.work in all areas of the healthcare field. They also work with all different ageThey also work with all different age groups. Respiratory therapists have togroups. Respiratory therapists have to constantly be learning. Technology isconstantly be learning. Technology is constantly changing, so respiratoryconstantly changing, so respiratory therapists have to change and learn alongtherapists have to change and learn along with it. Respiratory therapists is a verywith it. Respiratory therapists is a very good entry-level associate’s degree.good entry-level associate’s degree.
  42. 42. Final SummaryFinal Summary  Overall, this semester has opened my eyes to theOverall, this semester has opened my eyes to the health care world. I started out thinking that thathealth care world. I started out thinking that that I wanted to go into nursing, but now I do notI wanted to go into nursing, but now I do not think that that is my calling.think that that is my calling.  The highlight of my semester was going onThe highlight of my semester was going on rotations and meeting individuals who actuallyrotations and meeting individuals who actually work in the health care field.work in the health care field.  This class was a lot like real life. We were notThis class was a lot like real life. We were not babied and we had to be responsible for stayingbabied and we had to be responsible for staying on top of our work.on top of our work.  I did learn a lot from this class, and even thoughI did learn a lot from this class, and even though it is a challenge I would recommend it to others.it is a challenge I would recommend it to others.
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