MLT 252 - Clinical Experience II
Lecture Hours: 1 Lab Hours: 0 Clinical Hours: 12 Credits: 5
Description: This course provides an integrated, clinically-based rotation which correlates cognitive and technical skills in selected areas of the clinical laboratory.
Prerequisite(s): Take MLT 210 and MLT 131 with a minimum grade of C.
- Performance of tests in areas of Transfusion Medicine (Blood Banking), Hematology, Chemistry, Microbiology, and Urinalysis
- Collecting blood samples via venous and capillary punctures
- Correlating laboratory test results with patient diagnosis and treatment
Textbook information can be found on the Book Inn website
- Each student will be required to attend OSHA and HIPPA training at one of the clinical facilities or complete OSHA and HIPPA training on campus prior to beginning clinical training
- Students must wear a Photo ID while training at the clinical facility. The Photo ID is obtained in Admissions. The student must purchase a lanyard or clip to display the ID on their person at all times.
- Prior to entering a Health and Human Services program each student must submit the specific Required Tests/Immunizations Documentation and Medical History forms with appropriate information documented and signed by their physician
- At the beginning of the second year of training, each student must be retested for tuberculosis
- A criminal background investigation (CBI) and drug testing are required for each Health and Human Services student who has been accepted into a curriculum program of study with clinical experiences
- All students must wear clean, well-fitting scrubs to class and clinical.
The final course grade for MLT 252 will be made up of 1 major and 1 minor rotation grade.
An overall grade of C or higher is required for transferability.
A = 90 - 100
B = 80 - 89
C = 70 - 79
D = 60 - 69
F = 0 - 59
Student Learning Outcomes:
Students must master all MLT 252 student learning outcomes in order to receive an overall passing grade in this course.
- Demonstrate professional behavior consistent with current academic and professional standards.
- Demonstrate mastery of all procedures in Blood Bank.
- Demonstrate mastery of all procedures in Clinical Chemistry.
- Demonstrate mastery of all procedures in Hematology and Hemastasis.
- Demonstrate mastery of all procedures in Microbiology, Parasitology and Serology.
- Demonstrate mastery of all procedures in Urinalysis.
- Demonstrate mastery of all procedures in Blood Collection.
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Official Course Syllabus