Bartlett Medical Course Offerings
Health Occupations Essentials
Learn basic First Aid and CPR and get certified through the American Heart Association. This class is designed for anyone thinking about a career in the health care industry or wanting to learn more about their options in this field. This course is open to all students in grades 9-12.
Physiology of Wellness
This course is designed to introduce the students to the concepts and theories of wellness, sign/symptoms and management of diseases that affect each body system, body mass index, urinalysis, and exercise and its effects on the human body. This course is open to all students in grades 9-12
Medical Terminology This one semester course is designed for students who want to understand medical language and terminology used by health care professionals. Students will gain an understanding of the rules of building medical terms from word origins and will learn correct definitions, and spelling for all of the body systems, diseases, common disorders, prescribed medications, and more. Whether a student is interested in learning more about the medical field or they want to acquire practical knowledge for future personal use, this course provides the foundation for understanding the language of medicine. This course also offers three UAA college credits.
Prerequisites: Biology or concurrent
Introduction to Pharmacy
No matter where your interest lies in the health industry, everyone is part of a team. The pharmacist and pharmacy technician play an important role in determining medication needs of patients. Learn about common medications and how they work in the body along with gaining hands on pharmacy skills.
Prerequisites: Biology, Algebra and Grade 11-12.
Essentials of Athletic Injury
If you love athletics or want to be a sports trainer/physical therapist this course is for you. Students will learn how to prevent, evaluate, treat and rehab athletic injuries, including wrapping/taping/bandaging techniques for athletes.
Prerequisites: Biology and Anatomy or concurrent