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Under the umbrella of Allied Health are a number of Certificates of Competence enabling individuals to gain the education and training needed for entry to various nursing-related professions. Grade C or better is required in all courses for a certificate or degree in Allied Health, unless stipulated otherwise. Contact the Allied Health department chair, Anne Scharnhorst, at 984-3250, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Nurse Assistant (CO): 6 credits Prepares individuals to work in hospitals, extended care facilities, private nursing agencies, and home health agencies under supervision of an LPN or RN. Graduates are eligible to take the Certification Examination given by American Red Cross. Nursing 100(6) Nurse Assistant (This course takes one semester; there is no selection process.) Prerequisite: ENG 19 with grade C or better or placement at least ENG 22. Adult Residential Care Home Operator (CO): 3 credits* ARCH prepares individuals to apply for certification to operate a Care Home in the State of Hawai’i. Nursing 12(1), 13(1), 14(1) Three 5-week courses offered during one semester. Recommended: NURS 100 with grade C or better. Medical Assistant I (CC): See Business Technology program map. Medication Assistant (CO): 3 credits Prepares individuals to work in assisted living and community-based settings. Pharmacology 103(1), 104(1), 105(1) Three 5-week courses offered during one semester. Prerequisite: BIOL 100 with grade C or better, or consent. Recommended: NURS 100 with grade C or better. Pharmacy Technician (CC): 22 credits Prepares individuals as pharmacy technicians. Includes preparation for National Certification Exam as a Pharmacy Technician. Grade C or better is required in all courses for the certificate. First Semester (Fall) Credits BIOL 100 Human Biology 3 HLTH 125 Survey of Medical Technology 1 BUSN 150 Introduction to Business Computing
University of Hawaiʻi Maui College Professor Nancy K. Johnson has been selected as the recipient of the 2013 Willard Wilson Award for Distinguished Service to the University of Hawaiʻi. Johnson was hired as a probationary instructor in the nursing program in 1983 and earned full professorship in 2007. She went on to chair the allied health department from 1989 to 2012. During that time, the program grew from a few faculty members and one class per year, to more than 30 faculty, staff and clinical lecturers serving two new classes per year, with a total of 150 students per semester. Johnson has served as a key player in local and state discussions on healthcare workforce needs, caring for the aging population, meeting dental care needs for the underserved and building the Hawaiʻi State Nursing Consortium, which allows students to seamlessly transition from Maui College’s program to UH Mānoa’s bachelor of science in nursing program, without leaving their home campus. The award is named in honor of the long-time University of Hawaiʻi administrator and secretary to the Board of Regents, Willard Wilson, who set a standard for exemplary service to the university during his 40-year career.
Prospective students interested in community health can take advantage of two new short-term certificate programs launching this fall at the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College. The certificates can be earned in one or two semesters, with class schedules designed for participants already balancing work and family obligations. The new Community Health Worker/Health Navigator 1 Certificate of Competence requires 15 credits, and will allow participants to finish in less than a year. New distance learning options will be also be available for Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi, Hāna, and Lāhainā. Community health workers (CHWs) in Maui County hold job titles that include outreach specialist, wellness navigator, program assistant, and health aide. They serve as bridges between the community and healthcare and social services providers, helping to ensure services are accessible and culturally appropriate. CHWs often provide care coordination and supportive counseling. “This work is about trust and compassion,” said Haunani Kamakana, a navigator at Molokaʻi General Hospital. They also focus on prevention, leading outreach and education efforts and supporting individuals, families, and communities in making healthy changes. Dr. Joe Humphry, Medical Director of the Lānaʻi Community Health Center, notes that “CHWs connect people to the resources they need to stay healthy, detect problems early on and improve management of chronic conditions. They are essential members of our health care team.” The CHW certificate was developed with input from local healthcare, public health, and social service employers, as well as national and state efforts like Hawaiʻi’s Healthcare Innovation Plan, and workforce studies conducted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Project partners include Lānaʻi Community Health Center and Na Puʻuwai. Leadership and key staff from Lānaʻi Community Health Center, Na Puʻuwai, Hui No Ke Ola Pono, Mālama I
The UHMC Academic Senate Budget Committee has representation from across campus. Its purpose is to review projected annual, biennial, long term budgets, Capital Improvement Projects (CIP), and master plans; identify resource allocation based on the mission, plans, and goals of the college articulated in the strategic plan and recommended by the Planning committee; advise the Academic Senate regarding budget development and fund allocations; and fulfill other related duties as assigned by the Senate. Meetings: Typically 3rd Fridays of each month 9:00 - 10:30am in Ka'a'ike 210. (Spring 16: Feb. 19 / Mar. 18 / Ap. 15) ACADEMIC SENATE BUDGET COMMITTEE Member Roll / Affiliation (*non-voting members) Name Affiliation/Representation Angela Gannon (Administrative Affairs, representing Civil Sr Unit #3) Anne Scharnhorst (Allied Health / Nursing) Cindy Yamamoto* (Business Office APT Unit #8) David Tamanaha* (VC Administrative Affairs) Derek Snyder (English) Elaine Yamashita* (Strategic Planning Co-chair, Early Childhood) Flora Mora Registrar (Registrar, APT #8) Jan Moore (Business/HOST) Kaleikoa Ka’eo (Humanities) Karen Hanada (UH Center Director/ OCET) Kelley Dudoit (Molokai-Ed Center Coordinator / Outreach) Laura Nagle* (Strategic Planning Co-Chair, English) Lee Stein (Social Science, Human Services) Mariah Rapanot-Mcguire* (UPW / United Public Worker Unit #1 / O&M) Michele Katsutani (Non-Instructional Faculty / AS / Counseling) Mike Albert (Media Center / IT / Interim VCIT) Refugio Gonzalez* (Budget Committee chair, ABIT) Sue Feltz (OCET) Susan Tokunaga* (Personnel, Unit #8) Thomas Hussey (Automotive Technology / CTE) Timothy Botkin (STEM) Sean Phillips * (Student Government / ECET)
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Strategic Planning Assessment Committee Members Amir Amiraslani, Math Faculty Debra Nakama, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Lui Hokoana, Chancellor David Grooms, Interim Assistant Dean of Instruction David Tamanaha, Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services Debasis Bhattacharya, IT faculty and IT representative Elaine Yamashita, Early Childhood Education Faculty Eric Engh, English Faculty and General Education Assessment Coordinator Jan Moore, Accounting Faculty and Program Learning Assessment Coordinator John McKee, Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs Kari Nunokawa, Counselling Faculty Member Kim Gray, STEM Department Administrative Assistant Kiope Raymond, Hawaiian Studies Faculty Lee Stein, Human Services Faculty Lori Teragawachi, Director of the Office of Continuing Education Michele Katsutani, Counselling Faculty Member Maggie Ward, Nursing Faculty Sean Calder, Biology Faculty Susan Nartatez, Counselor, Molokai Education Center Meeting Notes Strategic Planning Event Invitation Strategic Planning Academic Summary Strategic Planning Agenda and Framing Questions Strategic Planning Business Summary Strategic Planning Student Services Summary Strategic Planning IT Summary Attendee List WASC Planning Meeting Agenda Responses Standard 1 Responses Standard 2 Responses Standard 3 Responses Standard 4 Themes that emerged from the WASC retreat May 2, 2014 April 11, 2014 March 21, 2014 February 21, 2014 February 7, 2014 December 6, 2013
On December 6th, second-year, second-semester nursing students conducted an emergency exercise near the Allied Health Office on the lower end of campus. Some of the students pretended to be disaster victims complete with trauma make-up, while others played the roles of routine emergency patients and sick patients.
Paying for College > Overview Federal Financial Aid Scholarshp Tips SCHOLARSHIP LISTINGS Scholarship tips 1. Scholarships are competitive, widely available, and another source of college funding. It does require the most effort, but once you've mastered it, it can be another source of college funding. 2. Expect to spend a minimum of six hours on the project to start. It takes about 15 minutes to complete a scholarship application, two hours to create a personal statement, two hours to complete a FAFSA, and two hours to solicit and gather your letters of recommendation. 3. Once you've assembled your first financial aid packet, future scholarship applications will go quickly. You can often reuse your personal statement (sometimes with a little editing to meet new scholarship criteria), your letters of recommendation, and your FAFSA. 4. The financial aid season begins in January with the release of the next academic year's FAFSA, college applications, and many major scholarship applications. The majority of scholarships have an early-March deadline so they can award students by June. 5. You must follow directions and complete everything required by a scholarship to be eligible for it. For example, the MCC-UH Foundation requires an original of the application packet and one copy. If an application packet is submitted without the copy, it can be considered an incomplete packet and set aside without consideration. 6. Need help? Call EOC at 984-3286. Types of scholarships There are two major types of scholarships. Institution-based scholarships are available only to students at a particular institution. State and national scholarships are more competitive and open to a larger pool of students. At MCC, all current scholarships are listed on a bulletin board at the Educational Opportunity Center and on-line