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1A24/B24: The Human Factor: Communication and Teamwork in Health Care Why is Communication and Teamwork so critical to the Healthcare Industry? Allan Frankel MD Partners HealthCare System Michael Leonard MD Kaiser Permanente December 2003 Childrens Hospital, Boston
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Note: Course content may be changed, term to term, without notice. The information below is provided as a guide for course selection and is not binding in any form, and should not be used to purchase course materials.
COURSESYLLABUSHUMN101 HUMANITIES INWESTERNCULTURECOURSEDESCRIPTIONA survey course which concentrates on the development of Western Culture. It is an integrated study of the visual arts, drama and music, and the discipline of philosophy that permeates all the arts. RATIONALEThe study of the humanities is foundational to a liberal arts education. We will be studying what culture is and how values shape the character and direction of a culture. We are all (in part) the products of culture—and so studying culture is one of the ways we can understand ourselves better and our relationship to the world around us. Such studies are especially important to Christians, who are in but not of the world (John 17:1416), and who are called to be “salt” and “light” within their culture (Matthew 5:1315). I.PREREQUISITESNone II.REQUIREDRESOURCEPURCHASEClick on the following link to view the required resource for the term in which you are registered:http://bookstore.mbsdirect.net/liberty.htmIII.ADDITIONALMATERIALS FORLEARNINGA.Computer with basic audio/video output equipment B.Internet access (broadband recommended) C.Microsoft Word (optional) (Microsoft Office is available at a special discount to Liberty University students.) IV.MEASURABLELEARNINGOUTCOMESUpon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: A.Identify the types of artistic works that make up the western canon. B.Define the key intellectual achievements that have shaped western thought. C.Evaluate the diverse ways a culture expresses its values through what it produces. D.Explain how change and conflict in culture result from shifts in worldview. E.Critique cultural values within the framework of a biblical worldview.
HUMN 101 Syllabus
V.CORECOMPETENCYLEARNINGOUTCOMESUpon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to: A.Evaluate information to determine if it is supported by the evidence.B.Generate conclusions based on credible research, analysis, and interpretation.C.Apply reading comprehension strategies including interpreting, evaluating, and analyzing written content.VI.COURSEREQUIREMENTS ANDASSIGNMENTSA.Textbook readings and lecture presentations. (Comprehension of this material will be assessed through weekly quizzes.)B.Discussion Board forums (8)The student will have eight Discussion Board forums (one per module/week) in this course. In each module/week, the student will post an initial thread of 250 words in three welldeveloped paragraphs. The student must not upload his/her posts as document files. Initial posts are due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Friday of the assigned module/week. The student will also reply to two fellow classmates’ threads. Each reply must be 100 words in length and in one paragraph. Replies are due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of the module/week assigned, except for Module/Week 8 when replies are due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Friday. Word counts should be included in parentheses at the end of each post.C.Learning Activity (8)The student is required to complete one Learning Activity by the end of each module/week. Each learning activity is a onepage assignment (firm 250–300 word limit) in which the student applies what is being learned in a flexible and creative way. No research is necessary for these assignments, unless specifically requested. These activities should be pasted directly into the submission box for the assignment. The student must not upload document files. Each learning activity is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of the module/week assigned except Learning Activity 8, which is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Friday of Module/Week 8. D.Quiz (8)The student is required to complete a 20question quiz consisting of multiple choice and true/false questions over the Reading & Study material at the end of each module/week. Each quiz is openbook/opennotes and time restricted to 30 minutes. Points may be deducted if the time limit is exceeded. None of the quizzes are cumulative; they cover only the material for that specific module/week’s reading assignments. Each quiz is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Monday of the module/week assigned, except for Quiz 8 which is due by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Friday of Module/Week 8. VII.COURSEGRADING ANDPOLICIESA.Points
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HUMN 101 Syllabus
Discussion Board forums (8 at 25 pts ea)200 Learning Activity (8 at 50 pts ea)400 Quiz (8 at 50 pts ea)400 Total 1000 B.Scale A = 900–1000B = 800–899C = 700–799D = 600–699F = 0–599 C.Late Assignment Policy Each assignment should be completed by the end of the module in which it is assigned. Without prior permission from the instructor, no assignments will be accepted late without penalty. All late work will be assessed a deduction of 5% per day of the assignment’s point value. In cases of documented medical emergency, military deployment, or other extenuating circumstances addressed by Liberty University Online policy, the late penalty does not apply. D.Disability Assistance Students with a documented disability may contact Liberty University Online’s Office of Disability Academic Support (ODAS) atLUOODAS@liberty.eduto make arrangements for academic accommodations. VIII. BIBLIOGRAPHYBishop, Philip E.Adventures in the Human Spirit. PrenticeHall, 2004 (and subsequent editions). Clark, Kenneth.Civilisation. Harper & Row, 1969 (and subsequent editions). th Lamm, Robert.Humanities in Western Cultureed. McGrawHill,. 10 1995 (and subsequent editions). Schaeffer, Francis.How Should We Then Live?Revell, 1976 (and subsequent editions).
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COURSESCHEDULEHUMN 101 Textbook: Babcock,The Story of Western Culture(2011). WEEK/ READING&STUDY ASSIGNMENTS POINTSMODULECourse Requirements Checklist0 Babcock: chs. 1–3DB Forum 125 1 1 presentationLearning Activity 150 Quiz 150 DB Forum 225 Babcock: chs. 4–6 2Learning Activity 250 1 presentation Quiz 250 DB Forum 325 Babcock: chs. 7–9 350Learning Activity 3 1 presentation Quiz 350 DB Forum 425 Babcock: chs. 10–12 4Learning Activity 450 1 presentation Quiz 450 DB Forum 525 Babcock: chs. 13–15 550Learning Activity 5 1 presentation Quiz 550 DB Forum 625 Babcock: chs. 16–18 650Learning Activity 6 1 presentation Quiz 650 DB Forum 725 Babcock: chs. 19–21 750Learning Activity 7 1 presentation Quiz 750 DB Forum 825 Babcock: chs. 22–24 850Learning Activity 8 1 presentation Quiz 850 TOTAL1000DB = Discussion Board NOTE: Each course week (except Module/Week 1) begins on Tuesday morning at 12:00 a.m. (ET) and ends on Monday night at 11:59 p.m. (ET). The final week ends at 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Friday.