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  • Bradford School: Columbus, Ohio: Associate Degrees in Graphic Design, Health Care and Culinary Arts
    prefer to hire these workers Graduates of Bradford s program can take the National Certification Examination to become a Certified Medical Assistant The Bradford School Medical Assisting programs are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs www caahep org upon the recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board MAERB The address and telephone number of the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs are 1361 Park Street Clearwater FL 33756 727 210 2350 Bradford graduates work in Private medical offices Hospitals Clinics At Bradford School you ll Learn specific clinical procedures as well as office procedures Learn essential skills to apply as you advance in your career Be qualified for entry level medical assistant positions upon graduation Have access to Bradford s placement department to help get you the job Click the buttons below to learn more about our on time graduation rates the median debt of students who completed the program and other important information Concentration Courses ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I This course is designed to introduce the medical assisting students to basic body structures that contribute to an understanding of the human body process in normal and abnormal conditions MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY This course is designed for the medical assisting students to develop a basic knowledge of how complex medical terms are formed from Latin and Greek word parts utilizing root words prefixes and suffixes Emphasis is placed on spelling and pronunciation of medical terms ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II This course is a continuation of the study of the body structures The principles of biological and physical sciences that contribute to an understanding of human body processes are studied MEDICAL ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES I In this course the students are introduced to a competency based approach to the medical assisting profession Topics include interpersonal human relations and medical law and ethics CLINICAL PROCEDURES II This course is designed to instruct the medical assisting students in assisting the physician nurse and or licensed technologist with the following procedures minor surgery and instrumentation medical surgical asepsis diagnostic procedures diagnostic imaging and therapeutic treatments The medical assisting students will also learn how to perform electrocardiograms MEDICAL LABORATORY PROCEDURES This course is designed to introduce the medical assisting students to the basics of laboratory procedures Topics of discussion and demonstration include an introduction to the laboratory facility CLIA 88 regulations and specimen collection and testing Specialized areas include urinalysis hematology microbiology and phlebotomy CLINICAL PROCEDURES I This course is designed to instruct the medical assisting students in assisting the physician nurse and or licensed technologist in the medical facility Procedures covered include OSHA rules and regulations medical asepsis documentation and charting vital signs and the preparation of the patient for examination MEDICAL OFFICE SYSTEMS This course continues building on the students knowledge of administrative and clinical procedures through computerized simulations MEDICAL INSURANCE This course provides the students with knowledge of the basic fundamentals of ICD 9 and CPT coding managed care contracts reimbursement procedures and insurance referrals for

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  • Bradford School: Columbus, Ohio: Associate Degrees in Graphic Design, Health Care and Culinary Arts
    components that complement the areas of study from PT145 Therapeutic Interventions II Students will actively participate in activities to gain a better understanding of theory covered in PT145 Data collection and documentation for interventions covered in this class will also be covered THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS II This course focuses on the theory of therapeutic intervention related to neuromuscular conditions pathologies The study of human development across the life span is emphasized specifically special handling techniques relative to physical therapy management The concepts of motor control motor learning and recovery of function are addressed as they apply to rehabilitation of this population The concepts of functional mobility skills and activities of daily living ADLs are also covered Students are expected to complete one literature review project related to therapeutic interventions presented in this course PHYSICAL AGENTS I This course introduces the use of physical agents in physical therapy interventions The use of superficial and deep thermal athermal cryotherapy mechanical traction and compression therapies is studied Data collection and documentation for physical agent use will also be covered CLINICAL PREPARATION This course helps to ensure that all students are prepared for their clinical experiences in the PTA program Overseen by the Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education ACCE this class is meant to serve as an orientation to what students can expect to encounter what sites will expect of them and what the students responsibilities are in relation to tracking and documenting their off site clinical experience Guest lectures field trips and simulations will comprise some of the methods of preparing students CLINICAL I This first off site clinical affiliation introduces the PTA student to the clinical setting and allows the student to apply knowledge concepts and skills learned in all previous academic work PTA students will work under the supervision of a PT or a PTA in an actual clinical facility Clinical experiences are closely monitored by the Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education ACCE Clinical locations are determined by the ACCE based on a student s appropriate level of clinical skills Sites are not assigned based on distance of travel Students are expected to have access to transportation on a daily basis Students are expected to attend clinical sites on the days and times designated by the assigned clinical facility The length of Clinical I is 4 weeks Students will be expected to conduct an educational in service during this clinical Students will be expected to maintain a journal of their observations and activities during their clinical experience Prerequisite Successful completion of Semester II of PTA curriculum sequence MANUAL THERAPY TECHNIQUES Principles and practical application of physical therapy massage and soft tissue mobilization techniques currently used in clinical practice are covered Data collection and documentation for manual techniques will also be covered PTA PROFESSIONAL ISSUES This course correlates professional ethical and legal concepts with patients rights privileges team interaction and the healthcare delivery system Reimbursement for service licensure risk management resume writing and career development are also covered THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTIONS III This course

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  • Bradford School: Columbus, Ohio: Associate Degrees in Graphic Design, Health Care and Culinary Arts
    TERMINOLOGY The student will be introduced to basic medical terminology Emphasis is placed on understanding the composition of terms including the use of prefixes and suffixes ANIMAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II This course builds on Animal Anatomy and Physiology I The structure and function of the respiratory urinary digestive sensory and reproductive systems will be studied In addition the unique anatomy of birds amphibians and reptiles will also be covered Emphasis is placed on the clinical use of anatomy and physiology in veterinary medicine CLINICAL LABORATORY I This course reviews basic laboratory equipment and glassware The student is then introduced to basic veterinary hematology with emphasis placed on normal test values of individual animal species CLINICAL LABORATORY II This course builds upon Clinical Laboratory I with a more in depth study of hematology Blood cell appearance to recognize diseases is emphasized along with cell and platelet counts Other measurements of blood components are also covered CLINICAL LABORATORY III This course builds upon Clinical Laboratory II and emphasizes clinical chemistries Blood chemistries are used to teach students how to detect organ malfunctions The study of urine to detect metabolic diseases is covered along with other blood tests for specific canine and feline diseases and coagulation testing VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY I This course focuses on the veterinary technician s role in the veterinary pharmacy the process of drug development how drugs are active in the body and rules and regulation governing veterinary drug use In addition gastrointestinal drugs and inflammatory drugs will be discussed A review of veterinary math focusing on dosage calculations is also included ANESTHESIA I This course concerns the anesthetic process focusing on anesthetic agents used in veterinary medicine and their effects The student will apply mathematical skills to practice calculations using common anesthetics and their dosages The veterinary technician s role in relationship to the veterinarian is a key point of study VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY II This course builds on the principles of Veterinary Pharmacology I Antimicrobial drugs antiparasitic drugs respiratory drugs cardiovascular drugs nervous system drugs urinary drugs hormonal and reproduction drugs dermatologic drugs and ophthalmic and otic drugs are covered ANESTHESIA II This course builds on the information presented in Anesthesia I Coursework will cover anesthetic equipment common anesthetic emergencies and the technician s role in reacting to them anesthetic safety and special anesthetic techniques In addition anesthesia of rodents rabbits and large animals will be discussed CLINICAL MEDICINE V This course is a continuation of Clinical Medicine IV Diseases of the digestive system and renal system will be discussed as well as emergency management and the veterinary technician s role in emergency situations Emphasis is placed on the following topics proper methods of evaluating an animal in an emergency situation how disease processes manifest as emergencies and the equipment and medications used during emergencies ANIMAL TECHNOLOGY V This course builds upon Animal Technology IV Emphasis is placed on advanced technical procedures including intravenous injections of the cephalic and jugular veins and IV catheter placement for the jugular

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  • Bradford School: Columbus, Ohio: Associate Degrees in Graphic Design, Health Care and Culinary Arts
    ARTS Students are introduced to the fabrication of primal cuts of meat and poultry for various industry operations Emphasis is given to portion control purchasing costing and the utilization of byproducts Attention and encouragement are given to creativity and individual plate presentation FISH AND SHELLFISH ARTS This course is designed to introduce the student to the processes of purchasing receiving and handling fish and shellfish Attention is given to techniques and procedures for fabricating fresh fish Fundamental cooking concepts are introduced early on Students progress through economical and attractive plate presentations Emphasis is placed on the total use of whole fish shellfish and mollusk BREADS CAKES AND PASTRY ARTS Students are introduced to the basic information procedures and techniques necessary for an understanding and application of the function of baking ingredients Product differentiation and ingredients identification are developed along with the application of weights and measures Each student produces an assortment of breads rolls Danish and a variety of other bakery products Students are exposed to advanced skills and decorating techniques required for the production of high quality pastry products Each student participates in producing items such as variety pies tarts puff pastry and pate choux products Assorted cookies mousses hot and cold soufflés European style tortes marzipan and pastillage are produced GARDE MANGER AND CHARCUTERIE Students are exposed to the Garde Manger department by applying proper techniques for cold food presentation Attention is given to the proper care and use of tools for grinding and smoking as well as the handling of forcemeats to create a variety of sausage Students are introduced to the organization and responsibilities of the cold kitchen Attention to detail in the production of pates en croute terrines hors d oeuvres and classical garnishes is given Students are exposed to using tallow for displays as well as creating centerpieces from blocks of ice SAFETY SANITATION AND KITCHEN DESIGN This course enables foodservice professionals to meet the sanitation requirements and controls of a food production operation Students are introduced to the practices of preventing food borne illnesses through a study of the principles of food borne illness sanitation personal hygiene health regulations and inspections The safe use cleaning and maintenance of equipment is stressed The principles of HACCP will be studied Students work in kitchen situations working with thermometers and inspection for safe food handling Verification of lab experiences will be documented Students are also introduced to the proper procedures for the design of a professional kitchen Each student designs a foodservice facility This course follows the guidelines of the American Culinary Federation Educational Institute PURCHASING AND STORE ROOM PROCEDURES This course provides students with an overview of the purchasing procedures for foodservice operations which includes the theory of the flow of goods purchasing trends and cycles and ethical and legal considerations for purchasing and comparing product and bidding specifications Students gain hands on experience with inventory proper receiving and issuing techniques product quality comparison testing and various purchasing systems COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR FOODSERVICE This course

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  • NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY Please enter the full year XXXX or GED Select Your Program of Interest Not Sure Culinary Arts Graphic Design Medical Assisting Physical Therapist Assistant Veterinary Technology How Did You Hear About Us Friend family High school presentation Radio TV Newspaper Search engine Current student graduate Website Other Required

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