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Due Week 5 Day 4
This discussion question is an audio dialogue. You will start the discussion and your classmates will help you finish it by responding to you. You must also provide a written transcript of all of your responses. Your portion of the discussion should:
o Be recorded in an audio file and submitted as an attachment.
o Include a written transcript.
o You will need to use at least two appropriate and specific medical words from this week’s reading. Instead of using the word lung, use more specific language like the lower lobe of the left lung.
To participate in this discussion:
o Respond to your classmates’ discussions by adding the next logical statement.
o Earn participation for the day by replying to two classmates in an audio format. You must also include a written transcript for every response you post.
o Participate in all three scenarios during the participation week.
o Each response needs to use at least two appropriate and specific medical words.
Choose one of the three following scenarios to begin your discussion.
o Scenario 1: You are a physician's assistant working next to a cosmetic surgeon during an operation. Begin a description of the procedure or begin a dialogue that might take place in this setting.
o Scenario 2: You are a lab technician analyzing a patient's blood. Begin describing what type of testing is being performed. Let your classmates contribute to the discussion by adding to the descriptions and reporting their findings.
o Scenario 3: You are an allied health professional working with an endocrinologist. You have been working with the patient and need to update the doctor on the reason for the patient's visit. Begin describing the patient's concerns. Your classmates can continue with the discussion or summarize the rest of the patient's visit.
HCA 220 -
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HCA 220 -
You are a physician's assistant working next to a cosmetic surgeon during an operation. Begin a description of the procedure or begin a dialogue that might take place in this setting.