ALH 1114 Clinical Phlebotomy Practice
Introduction to the phlebotomy clinical setting involving structured observation and participation in the blood collection aspects of patient care under the supervision of a phlebotomist; performing venipunctures and microcollection techniques on adult and pediatric patients. One hour seminar on main campus and 105 hours un-paid practicum per term.
Prerequisites: ALH 1113
- Identify how the role of a phlebotomist varies according to clinical setting.
- Explain the legal and ethical responsibilities associated with patient care.
- Observe the management of phlebotomist duties in an assigned, off-campus medical setting.
- Demonstrate the ability to document appropriately and accurately in both content and vocabulary.
- Demonstrate professional behavior in dress, language and interactions within a medical setting.
Credit Hours: 2
- Classroom: 1 hour
- Practicum: 105 hours
- Division: Health Sciences
- Department: Allied Health
- Repeatable Credit: No
- Offered Online: No
5:00PM to 5:50PM