So what's new for year three, semester two? Here is a brief overview of my new classes:
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In Office Procedures (IOP): minor medical procedures are taught in this class. Like blood draws (phlebotomy), vitamin B12 injections, administering intravenous (IV) therapy, minor skin surgery, etc.
Pediatrics: the class all about treating patients aged newborn to teenager.
Manipulation: we learn to manipulate the spine and other bones in the body to re-position realign bones in the body use hands thrusting techniques.
Maternal and Newborn Care: the class all about pregnancy, birth, and the first year of life.
Emergency Medicine: how to handle emergencies as a health care provider. Everything from fainting to head trauma to tackling major skin wounds.
Clinic 3: I am now in the school's teaching clinic (the RSNC) for one shift a week! This program/class is designed to help bridge the gap between classroom studies and our full-time clinical rotation that begins in May.