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<ul><li><p>PLAB 1323 Phlebotomy Syllabus Page 1 </p><p> AUSTIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM </p><p>PLAB 1323/PLAB 1023 Phlebotomy Lecture/Lab Course Syllabus SUMMER 2017 </p><p> Course Website: http://www.austincc.edu/mlt/phb/phb_schedule.html Course Outline and Schedule: This schedule is tentative. Do NOT print the schedule until instructed by the professor. The schedule is subject to change. Any changes will be communicated by the professor. </p><p>Course Number and Name Campus Section Synonym PLAB 1323 Phlebotomy CYP 001 25442 PLAB 1323 Phlebotomy EVC 002 25443 </p><p> Length of Course 6 Weeks Dates May 30 July 6, 2017 </p><p> FACULTY AND COURSE INFORMATION </p><p>Campus Cypress Creek Campus Eastview Campus Instructor Lois Wagoner, </p><p>MT(ASCP) Yvette Ysa-Ramirez MLT(ASCP) </p><p>Carolyn A. Ragland, MSHP, MLS(ASCP)CM </p><p>Keri Brophy-Martinez MT(ASCP) </p><p>Lecture CYP 1, Room 1142 MWF 8:00 9:50 am </p><p>EVC8, Room 8125 MWF 8:00 9:50 am </p><p>Laboratory CYP 1, Room 1142 MWF 10:00am 1:35 pm </p><p>EVC8, Room 8125 MWF 10:00- 1:35 pm </p><p>Office CYP 1136 EVC 9316 EVC 9334 Office Hours Monday 1:45 2:45 </p><p>pm Others by appointment </p><p>Wednesdays 1:45- 2:45 pm Others by appointment </p><p>MW 2:05-4:05 Others by appointment </p><p>MW 2:00-4:00 Others by appointment </p><p>Phone 512-627-5550 512-922-2329 512-223-5931 512-223-5877 Email lwagoner@austincc.edu Yvette.ysa-</p><p>ramirez@austincc.edu cragland@austincc.edu kbrophym@austincc.edu </p><p> Students will access and print out course materials from the course web site. Assessment activities are provided as a means of assisting students in determining their level of competence in given areas as well as to assist in reviewing for examinations. Assignments will be posted to enhance the students learning experience. ACC EMAIL All College e-mail communication to students will be sent solely to the students ACCmail account, with the expectation that such communications will be read in a timely fashion. ACC will send important information and will notify you of any college related emergencies using this account. Students should only expect to receive email communication from their instructor using this account. Likewise, students should use their ACCmail account when communicating with instructors and staff. Instructions for activating an ACCmail account can be found at:http://www.austincc.edu/accmail/activation-and-login-assistance . </p><p>http://www.austincc.edu/mlt/phb/phb_schedule.htmlhttp://www.austincc.edu/mlt/phb/phb_schedule.htmlhttp://www.austincc.edu/accmail/activation-and-login-assistancehttp://www.austincc.edu/accmail/activation-and-login-assistance</p></li><li><p>PLAB 1323 Phlebotomy Syllabus Page 2 </p><p> COURSE DESCRIPTION The profession of phlebotomy is taught through didactics, student laboratory, and clinical experiences. The course will focus on skill development in the performance of a variety of blood collection methods using proper techniques and standard precautions. Blood collection procedures performed includes vacuum collection devices, syringes, capillary skin puncture, butterfly needles and blood culture, and specimen collection on adults. Collection of specimens from children and infants is discussed. Emphasis will be placed on infection prevention, patient identification, specimen labeling, quality assurance, specimen handling, processing, accessioning, professionalism, ethics, and medical terminology. Students will learn the theory and principles of CLIA waived laboratory tests and perform the tests in the student laboratory. The CLIA waived testing performed will include manual hematocrits, automated hemoglobin and glucose testing, urinalysis dipsticks, fecal occult blood, erythrocyte sedimentation rate and pregnancy testing. PREREQUISITES: No academic prerequisites. Note: Students enrolled in the PLAB 1323 as part of the ACC Health Sciences Academy will be required to be TSI complete in reading and writing. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND TECHNICAL STANDARDS Essential functions refer to those physical, cognitive / knowledge and behavioral abilities required for satisfactory completion of all aspects of the curriculum as well as the development of professional attributes required by the program officials and clinical faculty of all students upon completion of the program. The essential functions consist of minimal physical, cognitive, affective and emotional requirements to provide reasonable assurance that students can complete the entire course of study and participate fully in all aspects of clinical training. All phlebotomy student applicants are introduced to the list of psychomotor, cognitive, and affective essential functions and technical demands during the Programs Information session. Once admitted into the program, students are provided a copy of the Phlebotomy Technician Student Handbook which contains the essential functions and technical standards. The Phlebotomy Technician Student Handbook can be found at: http://www.austincc.edu/mlt/phb/phb_student_handbook.htm COURSE GOALS / RATIONALE This course serves to develop a working knowledge of the principles and procedures of phlebotomy, to produce accurate, skilled phlebotomists with strong ethical and professional values, and to encourage respect and understanding of all allied health professionals. COURSE EXPECTATIONS </p><p>1. Demonstrate professionalism by: a. Complying with the attendance policy b. Complying with the dress code c. Submitting assignments by the stated deadline d. Complying with ACC Student Standards of Conduct and all ACC policies and procedures </p><p>as stated in ACC Student Handbook located at: http://www.austincc.edu/handbook e. Complying with Policies and Procedures outlined in ACC Phlebotomy Technician Student </p><p>Handbook located at: http://www.austincc.edu/mlt/phb/phb_student_handbook.htm 2. Demonstrate enthusiasm and interest in the profession of phlebotomy by asking questions, </p><p>participating in class discussions and meeting with professors during office hours as needed. 3. Demonstrate initiative by reviewing objectives and lab exercises, as well as completion of reading </p><p>assignments prior to class. 4. Demonstrate progression in laboratory skills by effective organization, coordination of multiple </p><p>tasks, and insightful evaluation of results obtained. 5. Utilize constructive criticism to correct deficiencies and improve performance. </p><p>http://www.austincc.edu/handbookhttp://www.austincc.edu/mlt/phb/phb_student_handbook.htm</p></li><li><p>PLAB 1323 Phlebotomy Syllabus Page 3 </p><p>6. Work cooperatively with professors and fellow students to achieve the goals of each activity assigned. </p><p>7. Perform a variety of blood collection procedures using appropriate interpersonal skills and competent technique. </p><p>COURSE OBJECTIVES The course objectives for each lecture unit of instruction and laboratory exercise are found on the course website for that unit or laboratory activity. Upon successful completion of each unit of instruction and laboratory activity, the student will be able to meet each course or laboratory objective listed in the unit. COURSE MATERIALS REQUIRED </p><p>1. Textbook: Garza, Diana; Becan-McBride, Kathleen, Phlebotomy Handbook, 9th Edition, 2015, Pearson. (ISBN-10 0133144569/ ISBN-13 9780133144567). To view or order textbooks go to: http://www.austincc.edu/online-services/view-order-textbooks. </p><p>2. Phlebotomy Course Objectives, Lecture Unit Notes, Laboratory Exercises, Course Schedule and Assignments available online at the course website: http://www.austincc.edu/mlt/phb/phb_schedule.html </p><p>3. Scrubs- appropriately fitting and professional in appearance. Teal scrubs are required for the clinical practicum component of the program (PLAB 1166). </p><p>4. Gloves- must fit properly. Nitrile is strongly recommended. Latex gloves are discouraged due to the frequency of latex allergy. VINYL gloves are NOT permitted. </p><p>5. Three (3) inch or larger 3-ring binder with dividers. Suggested organization of notebook: </p><p>i. Schedule and Assignments ii. Syllabus iii. Originals of documents uploaded to Castle Branch iv. Course Objectives v. Lecture Unit Notes vi. Laboratory Exercises vii. Graded Lab Papers viii. Graded Study Questions </p><p>6. Sharpie permanent marker, Ultra fine point, black or blue 7. Austin Community College Student Photo ID- must show to instructor by the second class day. </p><p> SCANS COMPETENCIES Recently the U.S. Department of Labor established the Secretarys Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) to examine the demands of the workplace and whether the nations students are capable of meeting those demands. The Commission determined that todays jobs generally require competencies in the following areas. </p><p>a. Resources: Identifies, organizes, plans, and allocates resources b. Interpersonal: Works with others c. Information: Acquires and uses information d. Systems: Understands complex interrelationships e. Technology: Works with a variety of technologies f. Basic Skills: Reads, writes, listens, and speaks g. Thinking Skills: Thinks creatively, makes decisions, solves problems, visualized, knows how </p><p>to learn, and reasons h. Personal Qualities: Displays responsibility, self-esteem, sociability, self-management, </p><p>integrity and honesty The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board is now requiring all degree plans in institutions of higher education incorporate these competencies and identify to the student how these competencies are achieved in course objectives. </p><p>http://www.austincc.edu/online-services/view-order-textbookshttp://www.austincc.edu/mlt/phb/phb_schedule.htmlhttp://www.austincc.edu/mlt/phb/phb_schedule.html</p></li><li><p>PLAB 1323 Phlebotomy Syllabus Page 4 </p><p> Examples of SCANS competencies being incorporated are as follows: </p><p>COMPETENCY EXAMPLE Resources Following standard precautions, performs vein and capillary puncture procedures using </p><p>only necessary supplies and within a predetermined reasonable amount of time </p><p>Interpersonal Demonstrates an understanding of the profession of Phlebotomy, through ethical behavior when dealing with patients and other members of the health care team, maintaining a professional appearance to relieve patient anxiety, and maintaining patient confidentiality </p><p>Information Record quality control results for basic CLIA waived laboratory tests performed and point out unexpected results to a supervisor; uses computers to process information </p><p>Systems Use problem-solving skills to troubleshoot basic equipment or procedures that do not fall within standards, take corrective actions or inform an appropriate supervisor </p><p>Technology Perform vein and capillary puncture procedures using a variety of methods and equipment including Vacuum System, micro-collection devices, Winged Infusion Set, syringe, and needle </p><p>Basic Skills Locates, understands, and interprets written information in laboratory procedures to perform tasks. Receives, attends to, interprets and responds to both verbal and written messages and other cues such as body language from patients and other health care staff. Speaks clearly and communicates a message, understands and responds to listener feedback and asks questions when needed. </p><p>Thinking Skills Recognizes and adapts new knowledge and skills in both familiar and changing situations. Assess each patients unique attributes in order to select the best and most appropriate collection equipment and method. Participates in continuing education in order to maintain and expand knowledge and skills. </p><p>Personal Qualities </p><p>Demonstrates knowledge of phlebotomy skills and abilities. Pays attention to details, displays high standards of ethical behavior, attendance, punctuality, enthusiasm, and optimism when dealing with patients. Always maintains patient confidentiality </p><p> PROGRAM STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the Certificate in Phlebotomy, the student will: </p><p>1. Demonstrate knowledge of the health care delivery system and medical terminology. 2. Demonstrate knowledge of infection control and safety. 3. Demonstrate basic understanding of the anatomy and physiology of body systems and anatomic </p><p>terminology in order to relate major areas of the clinical laboratory to general pathologic conditions associated with the body systems. </p><p>4. Demonstrate basic understanding of age specific or psycho-social considerations involved in the performance of phlebotomy procedures on various groups of patients. </p><p>5. Demonstrate understanding of the importance of specimen collection and specimen integrity in the delivery of patient care. </p><p>6. Demonstrate knowledge of collection equipment, various types of additives used, special precautions necessary and substances that can interfere in clinical analysis of blood constituents. </p><p>7. Demonstrate proper techniques and follow standard operating procedures to collect specimens. 8. Demonstrate knowledge of phlebotomy complications and pre-analytical errors that can </p><p>significantly alter results. 9. Demonstrate understanding of requisitioning, specimen transport and specimen processing. 10. Demonstrate understanding of quality assurance and quality control in phlebotomy. </p></li><li><p>PLAB 1323 Phlebotomy Syllabus Page 5 </p><p>11. Demonstrate understanding of the basic concepts of verbal and nonverbal communications, personal and patient interaction, stress management, professional behavior and legal implications of the work environment. </p><p>INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGY Lecture and PowerPoint presentation Discussion Demonstration Audio/visual materials Laboratory practice Simulation/Role play </p><p> BLACKBOARD ON-LINE SYSTEM A considerable portion of this course will be available via the computer on-line Blackboard learning system. All students will be required to use the internet to access their ACC email, course materials, learning activities, and exams. Students are strongly advised NOT to use iPads, tablets or cell phones to take course examinations. These devices may not be able to properly display the questions, graphics or photographs in the exam, as Blackboard may not be fully functional on these devices. Students may use their home computers OR may access all materials and take exams at any public computer, including those in Learning Labs and libraries at all ACC campuses. How to Log Into Blackboard </p><p>1. To access Blackboard, go to: http://acconline.austincc.edu/ 2. Enter your ACCeID and ACCeID Password in the provided boxes, and then click on the Login </p><p>button. 3. Access your course(s) by clicking the course title located in the My Courses module. 4. ACC Blackboard support website is: http://irt.austincc.edu/blackboard/StudentSupport.php </p><p> COURSE REQUIREMENTS AND REGULATIONS </p><p>1. Time Commitment According to Hints on How to Succeed in College Classes http://tinyurl.com/n83tktx you should budget your time per week for this four hour credit course as follows: </p><p>a. Reading assigned text 2 to4 hours b. Homework assignments 2 to 3 hours c. Time for review and test preparation 2 hours d. Total study time 6 to 9 hours PER WEEK </p><p>2. Instructor Recommendations </p><p>a. Print out and review the course objectives and unit notes for each lecture and...</p></li></ul>