CH 5 in Morewitz & Goldstein
Cognitive Changes in Older Adults
Dementias, including Alzheimers Disease
Speed of processing info.
Depression and Social Losses
Adverse Impact on Quality of Life
Week 2 Assignment
Kaiser Permanente Clinic in Pinole CA.
1301 Pinole Valley Rd, Pinole, CA 94564
Adult Medicine - Provides individual patient care for their needs and concerns of their
overall health. Help improve their patients healt
Holistic health involves preventive care, willness, and treatment of the entire person.
Traditional disease-oriented care involves diagnoses and treatment of illness, and
treatment of the disease, not the total person. In your opinion, what are the
HSC 1000 Week 2
One of the results of improvements in health care is that people are living longer. This
also means there are more older people to care for.
What are two benefits of a longer lifespan AND two negative drawbacks.
As longevity increase, ther
HSC 1000 Exam Chapter 3 and 4
What are some of the benefits of being a member of a professional organization?
Interaction with other health professionals
Updates on new technological advances and communication with other geographical areas
Chapter 7,8,9 HSC1000
Motivating or driving forces are called:
The five rights of delegation do NOT include the:
To arrange or deal with your tasks in order of importance is to
The 24-hour clock is used in the medical environment:
to keep documentation uniform throughout the
to prevent confusion between A.M. and P.M.
because the military dictates what hospitals
for all of the above.
The Roman numeral for one hu
Week 3 Assignment
In the case of the Sharp HealthCare in San Diego, CA, the hospitals key factors
that lead them to a successful motivational approach was due to their main objectives of
making Sharp the best place to work, practice medicine, and receive
Managers must first understand what motivation is, by being able to state feelings
or thinking of ones energized or aroused performance within a task or particular engaged
behavior (Burns, Bradley, & Weiner, 2012). In order to distinguish a motivational
In the case of Dr. Grant, a new director of ambulatory care of the Kennedy Medical
Center he faces many problems in the hospital (Burns, Bradley, & Weiner, 2012). The issues that
arose were having large volume of patients and family members waiti
Inpatient facilities are health facilities that are not located in a hospital setting. An
inpatient facility is a place where patients who do not require hospitalization or nursing
care. Some facilities like drug, alcohol, group homes
Grading Rubric for
Healthcare Occupation Presentation
Your Name on Presentation
Name of person interviewed and name of profession
Why did you choose this individual and how do know this
(For interviewee: ) How did you decide on yo
Health Occupation Presentation
Description of Assignment
You will be investigating an area of practice within the health care profession.
You will be interviewing a practicing health professional in a healthcare area
that interests you.
DISCUSSION BOARD PARTICIPATION RUBIC
10 POINTS PER DISCUSSION TOPIC
Every week you are required to answer the posted discussion topic(s) listed in the
Main Discussion Board section. Your answers need to be complete and detailed.
Additionally you must post
California State University East Bay
Introduction to Health Professionals Practice
Assignment Due Dates
Please read the following information very carefully, as it
outlines the course assignments and their due dates in this
course. You will need
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY
HEALTH SCIENCES DEPARTMENT
HEALTH SCIENCE 1000
INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH PROFESSIONS PRACTICE (4 units)
PRESENTED AS A WEB COURSE
Instructor: Susan McCoy, RN, MSN
Adjunct Faculty /Health Scien
HSC 4600 Course Schedule
Module discussion forums posting is due on or before Wednesdays 11:59 PM and peer responses are due on or before Saturdays by 11:59 PM.
All other assignments unless otherwise indicated are due by 11:59 PM on Saturday
California State University Eastbay
Department of Nursing and Health Science
HSC 4600 Health Systems Management (4 UNITS)
Online Course Syllabus
Instructor: Nicole L. Hatcher, DHSc, MPAS, PA-C
Adjunct Faculty/Dept. of Nurs
True or False? Physical factors affecting community health include
geography, community size, and industrial development.
Mammography for breast cancer is an example of primary prevention.