HOYA 2 Nov/Dec Article
We had an extremely busy November but did not forget about being grateful for things in our lives. All students, first and second year, designed their gratitude diagrams. We then placed them on our wall for everyone to view. It was great to see how if we reflect upon our lives, we can find things to be grateful for.
We are finishing up with our Healthcare Delivery course shortly and will be moving on to Medical Terminology.
Students were given the assignment of choosing a disease that they are personally interested in and visually creating a pumpkin into a person with the hallmark signs/symptoms of the specific disease process. They did not share their disease with their classmates and after the patients were completed and then everyone attempted to “diagnosis” the pumpkin patients with provided case studies and the visual “patient.”
In December, not only will we begin Medical Terminology prior to Christmas break, we will be volunteering by ringing bells for The Salvation Army. Students will also receive their Community Health Surveys.