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MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY "CLUSTER" STANDARDS

1



05/05/2011


Culminating Activity
:
Students will apply a medical biotechnology procedure and evaluate the process.


Content Standard

Concepts

Benchmarks

Standard 1


HLB
-
1.0

Evaluate advances in
medical biotechnology to
prevent disease and/or
improve health and
well
ness.

Overview




HLB
-
1.1

Analyze the history and purpose of medical biotechnology and its
impact on today's health and wellness.




Describe the history of medical biotechnology and relate to current medical
care issues.



Explain the purpose of medical bio
technology and its effect on health care.



Examine medical biotechnology views by discussing examples of objective
and subjective scientific, economic, and political data and positions used.



Cellular Biology




Genetics




Microbiology


HLB
-
1.2

Characterize
major common genetic disorders in order to
identify and use appropriate corresponding molecular testing.



Analyze basic structure and function of cells and how they relate to
biotechnology testing.



Correlate changes in human chromosomes to associated congen
ital
disorders.



Examine anatomy and/or physiology changes from congenital disorders
and its effect on the human body.



Classify molecular tests employed to identify congenital disorders.



Analyze the use of molecular/cellular testing to accurately identify g
enetic
disorders.

HLB
-
1.3

Characterize major infectious diseases (e.g. bacteria, viral,
respiratory, febrile, etc.) in order to identify and use appropriate
corresponding molecular testing.



Summarize major infectious diseases (e.g. bacteria, viral, res
piratory,
febrile, etc.) and its diagnosis.



Examine anatomy and/or physiology changes from infectious diseases and
its effect on the human body.



Analyze the use of molecular/cellular testing to accurately identify
infectious diseases.

MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY "CLUSTER" STANDARDS

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05/05/2011


Content Standard

Concepts

Benchmarks


Innovations




HLB
-
1.
3

Critique

advances in
medical
biotechnology to prevent disease
and/
or improve health
.

deleted repeated idea



Demonstrate knowledge of the business climate for
medical
biotechnology
industry sectors in the current market.



Examine the relationship of
m
edical
biotechnology to the development of
commercial products (innovative diagnostics, changing or enhancing
genetic characteristics, genetic engineering, nanotechnology
,
bioinformatics, or forensics) to improve health.



Explain the concept of personalized

medicine and its impact on health.



Analyze how research data is used to generate innovative test
conclusions
and/or diagnosis of
disease.

Standard 2


HLB
-
2.0

Utilize labo
ratory
procedures
and safety
practices in the delivery of
quality medical
biotechno
logy.












Laboratory
Procedures

HLB
-
2.1

Compare and apply methods and procedures in
medical
biotechnology laboratories to
adhere to

acceptable industry
practices and enforce local, state, and federal regulations.



Explain Standard Operating Proced
ures (SOP) and how it is used to ensure
accurate documentation.



Assess hazardous conditions to mitigate unnecessary exposure to self and
others and practice sterile techniques.



Describe and practice proper handling and disposal of biological and
chemical w
aste to minimize danger to self and others.



Practice quality control measures to ensure accuracy of testing results.

Psychomotor Skills


HLB
-
2.2

Recognize and demonstrate proper psychomotor skills to
produce accurate information without harm to self, ot
hers or
instruments.



Correctly use basic lab instruments and measuring devices (e.g.
microscopes, spectrophotometer, balances and pipettes etc.) to prolong the
life of the instrument.



Use appropriate instruments for measurable range in testing. (e.g.
micro
pipettes vs. serological pipits)



Properly manipulate lab glassware to achieve accurate testing.



Adopt correct ergonomic practices to avoid repetitive motion injury.

MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY "CLUSTER" STANDARDS

3



05/05/2011


Content Standard

Concepts

Benchmarks

Standard 3


HLB
-
3.0

Apply and analyze scientific
inquiry and mathematical
concepts

to com
municate
medical biotechnology
information.


























Communication



Documentation
and
Interpretation


HLC
-
3.1

Use scientific inquiry to interpret, document, and communicate
health
-
related information to provid
e quality medical
biotechnology.



Understand the scientific inquiry process as applied in the medical
biotechnology

industry.



Interpret technical journals,
graphs, and extrapolate information in a clear
and concise manner using appropriate medical terminolo
gy.



Translate medical abbreviations and acronyms accurately to ensure effective
communication.



Document observations and articulate
lab
oratory

results
precisely to provide
quality
medical

care.



Mathematical


HLC
-
3
.2

Use mathematical concepts to interpre
t, document, and
communicate health
-
related information to provide quality
medical biotechnology.



Justify the use of exact metric and standard measurements, conversions,
ratios, proportion, percentage, intake and output, Roman numerals, and
dosage calcula
tions to deliver proper health care.



Demonstrate appropriate inquiry skills and mathematical concepts to resolve
problems commonly found in various health care setting.




Manipulate mathematical functions (convert between units, calculate
solution concentra
tion
s,
use of significant figures,
etc.)
to

summarize lab
data accurately.



Use statistic analysis to draw relevant conclusions.



Technology


HLC
-
3
.3

Analyze how technology is used

to facilitate communication in
the
medical biotechnology

field
.



Identify
and explain the proper usage of common technologies that support
communication in the delivery of
medical

care.



Analyze the current use of electronic health

records to improve health care.



Research
the pros and cons of using technology
such as e
lectronic m
edical
records (EMR).

MEDICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY "CLUSTER" STANDARDS

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05/05/2011


Content Standard

Concepts

Benchmarks

Standard 3


HLB
-
3.0

continued



Interpersonal

HLC
-
3
.4

Apply and analyze interpersonal communication styles to gain
or transfer information, express ideas or solve problems.



Demonstrate effective team
work

by
collaborating

with people from diverse
backgrounds to

provide quality health care.



Identify cultural differences amongst patients, staff, and co
-
workers and
it
s
implications on

patient care.



Practice case scenarios or situations
highlighting differences between a
medical biotechnology

provider and client (e.
g. young and old, male and
female, Western and Asian, etc.) to develop stronger interpersonal skills.

Standard 4


HLC
-
4.0

Evaluate legal and ethical
principles related

to the role
of
the

medical
biotechnology professional
in the delivery of quality
hea
lth care.



Legal, Ethical and
Professional
Principles




HLC
-
4.1

Evaluate the impact of legal and ethical
issues

on the
medical
biotechnology

profession.



Demonstrate professional conduct, appropriate attire and accountability for
entry and performance o
f standards as required in the medical
biotechnology industry.



Evaluate the
legal and
ethical responsibilities of
medical biotechnology

providers based on
a professional code of conduct.



Explain what constitutes fraudulent behavior according to the Center
for
Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) laws.



Analyze case scenarios using problem
-
solving techniques with ethical and
legal dilemmas to identify responsibilities
of medial biotechnology
providers
.

HLC
-
4.2

Compare and contrast moral values, profession
al and
organizational ethics and
its

relationship to health care.



Recognize barriers (preconceived bias, stereotypes, prejudices, etc.) for
elderly, socially/economically disadvantaged (homeless, working poor), and
stigmatized groups (HIV positive, illegal

immigrants) to access quality
health care.



Analyze how discriminatory practices affect patient care.



Examine current events that involve social injustice and responsive actions
.