Gab's Class at Phoenix Charter School - gwphoenix
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Welcome to our world of Health and Health Tech. Here on our site you can check out what we've been doing in our classes, and find ways that you can be involved in our programs. We'll keep you updated with photos, events, and progress that we are making in our academic year. Feel free to visit as often as you like!
You can reach me, Gabrielle, at 541-440-1109. However, this is my classroom phone, and there will be times when I am unable to answer due to teaching. You can also reach me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I check my email every morning and afternoon. If there is a matter that requires my immediate attention, please call the front office (541-673-3036), and they will make sure you can reach me. Thanks!
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SIM Lab Day, May 21, 2012
Several of the 2nd year UCC Nursing students set up a day at the SIM Lab for my health tech students to experience nursing skills firsdthand. My students got to help deliver a baby (via a birthing manikin), take blood pressure, perform head to toe assessments on patients, learn about EKGs, and participate in an ER code situation (intubating, CPR, and BVM breathing for the patient). It was a fabulous day! The UCC students were great, and my students are still raving about the things they learned. :-)
Mercy Hospital Volunteer Opportunities
Our Health Tech classes had Rose Zoellner and Bridget (AmeriCorp) as guest speakers today. Rose is the director of Youth Volunteer Services at Mercy Hospital. We had 24 students attend, and several who expressed interest in applying to be volunteers. At the end of the presentation, Rose and Bridget did a trivia game, and our students ROCKED it!! I was very proud of our students.
Mercy Hospital SIM Lab
Took my health tech classes to tour the SIM Lab at Mercy yesterday. Very cool indeed! Mannequins that can give birth, have a pulse, can talk to you (and even make vomit sounds!), breathe, blink, and can have "fluids" placed in them to simulate actual body fluids. The students were fabulous. Please view photos in our photo area.
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