Health occupations education (HOE) - Programs offered at high school level to prepare students for immediate employment in health careers or additional education, Post-secondary education - After high school; can include training in a career-technical school, community college or university, Associate's Degree - Awarded by a technical school or a community college after completion of a 2 year course of study, Bachelor's Degree - Awarded by a college or university after 4 or more years of a prescribed course of study, Master's Degree - Awarded by a college or university after completion of one or more years of work beyond a bachelor's degree, Doctorate, Doctoral Degree - Awarded by a college or university after completion of two or more years of work beyond a bachelor's or master's degree. Some require 4-6 years of additional study., Certification - A person has fulfilled requirements of education and performance and meets the standards and qualifications established by the professional association or government agency that regulates that career field., Registration - Granted by a regulatory body that administers examinations and maintains a current list of qualified personnel in that career field., Licensure - Authorizes individuals to work in a given occupation. Obtaining and retaining this usually require that a person complete an approved educational program, pass a state board test, and maintain certain standards., Accreditation - Ensures that a program of study meets the established standards and prepares students for employment in the health career., Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - Additional hours of education in a health career area during a specified time period that is required to renew licenses or maintain certification or registration in many states., Entrepreneur - An individual who organizes, manages, and assumes the risk of a business., Health Care Core Standards - Specify the knowledge and skills that the vast majority of health care workers should have., Therapeutic/Diagnostic Core Standards - Specify the knowledge and skills required to focus on direct client care in both the therapeutic and diagnostic occupations., Therapeutic Cluster Standards - Specify the knowledge and skills required of workers in health occupations that are involved in changing the health status of the client over time., Diagnostic Cluster Standards - Specify the knowledge and skills required of workers in health occupations that are involved in creating a picture of the health status of the clients at a single point in time., Information Services Cluster Standards - Specify the knowledge and skills required of workers in health occupations that are involved with the documentation of client care., Environmental Services Cluster Standards - Specify the knowledge and skills required of workers in health occupations that are involved with creating a therapeutic environment to provide direct or indirect client care.,
Introduction to Health Careers 4:1 Vocabulary
Foundations of Health Science
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