What are the 6 HOSA charter states?
New Jersey, Alabama, North Carolina, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas
Who designed the HOSA emblem?
It was adapted by the delegate assembly during the first HOSA National Leadership Conference in OK City, OK on April 27-30, 1978 from a designe submitted by TN HOSA state association
What is the organization level of National HOSA (in order of importance from highest to lowest)?
1. Associate,2. Professional,3. Postsecondary,4. Secondary,5. Collegiate,6. Alumni,7. Honorary
What are the postitions of the executive board of TNHOSA?
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Historian, Reporter,Parliamentarian, and Elcection Committee Chairman
Who is in charge of TN state meetings?
Who is the 2009-2010 National HOSA President?
Who is the 2008-2009 National President-Elect?
Who is the 2008-2009 National Region II Vice-Predent?
What states are included in the National HOSA Region II?
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, Puerto Rico, Tennessee, Wisconsin
What is the national HOSA Motto?
"The hands of HOSA mold the health of tomorrow."
What is this year's National HOSA theme?
" From Simple Scrapes to Failing Hearts, HOSA's Where the Healing Starts!"
What is the 2009-2010 service project?
This year's 2009-2010 Biomedical Debate Project?
"Cord Blood For Sale"
What is this year's Researched Persuasive Speaking topic?
1.Obesity: Family vs. Society, 2. Prevent Hearing Loss: The government should regulate volume on personal audio devices.
What are the offices of MS HOSA?
President, President-Elect, Vice-President, Board members
According to ROBERTS RULE of ORDER, what are the five types of motions?
1. Main motions,2. Secondary motions,3. Subsidiary motions,4. Privileged motions,5. Incidental motions
What is the importance of parliamentary procedure?
To perform and execute a meeting in an organized and timely manner
Where will this year's NLC be held?
Who is your state advisor?
Complete the following sentence from the HOSA creed: "I will treat each individual with respect and _____"
What does the circle in the HOSA emblem represent?
the continuity of health care
What is the duty of the state parliamentarian?
1.Be prepared to advise the presiding officer and other Chaptermembers on points of parliamentary procedure 2.Have reference material pertaining to acceptable parliamentary procedure available 3.Be very alert and call attention to significant irregularities with thought about the fair and equal rights of all members 4.Assist Chapter members in understanding the fundamental purposes of parliamentary procedure 5.Follow Robert's Rules of Order, Newly Revised, as the final authority for procedures 6. Be dedicated to seeing that no business is conducted within the Chapter without the application of parliamentary procedure
Is the time fixed which to adjourn debatable?
When was HOSA founded?
What does the 5th line in the HOSA creed say?
I believe in myself.
What national region is FL in?
How many regional leadership conferences does TN have?
How many National Offices did TN have in the 2006-2007 year?
What are the official colors of HOSA?
navy blue,medical white, maroon
The term "rules of order" refers to what?
When is National HOSA Week?
The first full week of November (Sunday-Saturday
Who presides over a meeting in the absence of the President?
What is the new name of each of the following categories in National HOSA Competitive Events, I, II, III, IV, V
Health science, health professions, emergency preparedness, leadership, and teamwork
The National Leadership Conference is held in what month?
What are the new changes related to Alumni membership?
They are not part of the outstanding chapter anymore
Who is the 2009-2010 HOSA Inc. Chairman of the Board
Who is the Executive Director of National HOSA?
What is a chapter program of work?
The Program of Work for a HOSA chapter is a list or calendar of activities that your chapter has planned for the year
What is the curriculum guide that assists instructors with teaching HOSA?
How many students are needed to affiliate a chapter?
How many hours are required to receive the President's Award in the Barbara James Service Award?
What does it mean for a chapter to be a member of the HOSA 100 Club?
HOSA chapters that submit their paid affiliation fee by October 15 are recognized as part of the HOSA 100 Club
What US Government agency is HOSA working with emergency preparedness?
Medical Reserve Corps National
What competition requires a written test and question round after students have read five approved books?
What is official dress for males?
tailored navy blazer, whit closed-neck shirt, solid navy or maroon long tie, with mactching navy or white slacks. NO TENNIS SHOES!
What is official dress for females?
White tailored blouse, optional maroon scarf, and slacks or skirts. NO TENNIS SHOES!
What does HOSA Handbook section "A" address?
The introduction to HOSA
What does HOSA Handbook section "B" address?
Organizing a HOSA Chapter
What does HOSA Handbook section "C" address?
Managing HOSA Chapter Activities
Who is the provider for most HOSA items and supplies?
the executive director
What does CTSO stand for?
Career and Technology Student Organization
Where is National HOSA headquarters located?
Flower Mound, Texas
The official HOSA Supplier is:
President of HOSA
Postsecondary/Collegiate Vice President
Region I Vice President
Region II Vice President
Region III Vice President
Secondary Board Representative
Postsecondary/Collegiate Board Representative
08-09 National Theme
HOSA: Where One Person's Passion Becomes Another Person's Hero
Senior VP for Technology and Education Development
Coordinator of Membership Services
Dennis Van Perren
Odont , Dent
Nephro , Ren
Ocul , Opthal
Mamm , Mast
Ped , Pod
Gall , Bile
Pneumo , Pulm
Mind , Soul
Passing Off Rays
Bladder , Sac
Among the People
Throat , Chest
Origin , Causing , Producing
Same , Alike
A , An
Both , Two
Painful , Difficult
Endo , Intra
Upper , Above
Out , From
Excessive , Above , More Than
Bad , Difficult
Mega , Macro
Mono , Uni
One , Single
Many , Much
Behind , After
Before , In Front Of
Backward , Behind
Distant , Far
A, AC, AL
Genesis , Genic
Origin , Source
Gram , Graph
Pictures , Record
IC , Cial , IS
Like , Similar
Stroke , Paralysis
Picture , Inspection
ABD , abd
Abdomen , Abdominal
Director of Nursing
Arterial Blood Gas
Dram , Drainage
Activities of Daily Living
Dextrose in Water
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
AMB , amb
Ears , Eyes , Nose , Tongue
As Soon As Possible
EKG , ECG
Ateriosclerotic Heart Disease
Ax , ax
BE , be
BID , bid
Fasting Blood Sugar
Fl or fl
Fever of Unknown Origin
Computer Axial Tomography
Complete Blood Count
Complete Bed Rest
Hepatitis B Virus
Coronary/Critical Care Unit
Congestive Heart Failure
Head of Bed
Hr or h
Hour of Sleep (Bedtime)
Chronic Obstructer Pulmonary Disease
I & D
Incision & Drainage
I & O
Intake and Output
C & S
Culture & Sensitivity
Intensive Care Unit
Cerebral Vascular Accident
D & C
Dilation and Curettage
D/C , dc
Discontinued , Discharged
Internal or Interior
Differential White Count
Do Not Resuscitate
Dead on Arrival
Date of Birth
Kg or kg
PT or pt
Kidney, Ureter, & Kidney X-Ray
Q or q
L & D
Labor and Delivery
qd or Qd
Qh or qh
Q2h or q2h
Every Two Hours
Every Night at Bedtime
Qid or qid
Four Times Daily
Lower Left Quadrant
Qs or qs
Qt or qt
Left Upper Quadrant
Respiration or Rectal
Red Blood Cell
Right Lower Quadrant
Range of Motion
Magnetic Resonance Imagining
Right Upper Quadrant
S & A
Sugar & Acetone
Nothing By Mouth
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Short of Breath
N & V
Nausea & Vomiting
O & P
Ova & Parasites
Soap Suds Enema
T & A
Tonsils & Adenoids
Out of Bed
tbsp or Tbsp
Transient Ischemic Attack
Tid or tid
3 Times Daily
Tender Loving Care
Temperature, Pulse & Respiration
Tsp or tsp
Tx or tx
Traction & Treatment
UA or U/A
Pc or pc
Every Other Day
Physicians Desk Reference
By or Through
Measure of Acidity/Alkalinity
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Laxative of Choice
PO or po
Cx or cx
Before an Operation
Blood, Uria, Nitrogen
Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
Give the Following
Signs and Symptoms
No Known Allergies
Health Maintenance Organization
Above Knee Amputation
Below Knee Amputation
D & I
Dry & Intact
Estimated Blood Loss
Hard of Hearing
H & P
History and Physical
HOSA Emblem: Circle
The circle represents the continuity of health care.
HOSA Emblem: Triangle
The triangle represents social, physical, and mental well-being.
HOSA Emblem: Hands
The hands signify the caring of each HOSA member.
HOSA Emblem: Maroon
Background of outer circle.
HOSA Emblem: Medical White
Letters of circle. Hands, figure, HOSA in triangle. Area around triangle.
HOSA Emblem: Navy Blue
Triangle. Founded in 1976.
Navy Blue, Medical White, Maroon
HOSA COLORS: Navy Blue
Loyalty to the Healthcare Profession
HOSA COLORS: Medical White
Purity of Purpose
HOSA COLORS: Maroon
Compassion of HOSA Members
The Hands of HOSA Mold the Health of Tomorrow
A motion requires a ____ to be considered, unless the motion is made on behalf of a ______.
Nominations do not need a ______.
Every meeting must be _______. A motion to _______ must be seconded.
The main motion brings business before the assembly and/or introduce a new subject. This motion can only be made when no other business is pending.
Subsidiary Motion assist the group in treating or disposing of a main motion, and sometimes other motion.
Privileged Motions do not relate to the pending motion. They relate to special materials of particular importance, and should be allowed to interrupt the consideration of other matters.
Incidental motions deal with questions of procedure arising out of another pending motion, or sometimes another item of business.
How many taps of the gavel are requires to adjourne a meeting?
How to stand: Women
A female stands up straight and tall with the left foot facing front and at a slight angle, and the right heel placed in the instep of the left foto and at a 90 degree angel to the left foot. The right leg may be slightly bent to prevent a stiff looking pose.
How to stand: Men
A male stands up straight with feet spaced comfortably apart and facing forward.
How to stand: Everyone
Eyes forward, chin-up. Hands comfortably relaxed at the sides with shoulders back.
How to sit
1) Approach the chair, turn, and locate the edge of the chair with the back of your leg. 2) Men may pull up pants legs slightly before sitting. Female should not arrange their skirts by smoothing the back of the skirt before sitting. 3) Looking straight ahead with the back straight and keeping your hands at your sides, sit on the front half of the chair with body weight forward. 4) Slide to the back of the chair. Females' upper backs should not touch the backs of their chairs. 4) Females should sit with feet crossed at the ankles. Men should sit with feet flat on the floor.
How to stand up after sitting
1) Shift torso weight forward and, using leg muscles and keeping your back straight, stand straight up - gracefully. Don't use your hands to push yourself up. 2) Walk away gracefully.
NC HOSA Regions
Your NC HOSA Region
How many voting delegates? 5-25 Members
How many voting delegates? 26-50
How many voting delegates? 51-75
How many voting delegates? 76-100
How many voting delegates? 101-125
How many voting delegates? 126-150
How many voting delegates? 151+
Health Science and HOSA: A Healthy Partnership
HOSA- A Student-Led Association of future Health Professionals
from a poppy plant, used to treat severe pain, highly addictive
from the foxglove plant, used to strengthen and slow the heart rate
from the bark of the cinchona tree, is used to treat fever and relieves muscle spasm, also prevents malaria
from the poisonus night shade plant, relieves stomach pain.
Primitive Times (4000BC-3000BC)
· Belief that illness was punishment from Gods & Demons · Religion played an important part in health care during this time · Dissection was not permitted so exploring the structure of the body was limited · First physicians were witch doctors, tribal doctors, Shaman, or medicine men. (treated illness with ceremonies ex: exorcisms) · People were superstitious · Herbs & plants used as medicine - Foxglove leaves could be chewed to strengthen & slow down the heart · Foxglove is now given through IV, pills, or injections · Average life span: 20 years · Trepanation- o One of the first surgeries o A hole would be cut into the skull to release demons o This was believed to cure disease. (This often resulted in death)
Ancient Chinese (1700BC-AD220)
· Strong belief to cure the entire spirit & nourish the body · Used holistic health methods (treating the mind, body, & soul) · Used therapies such as acupuncture
· Wrote the first accurate health records · Prescriptions were written on papyrus · Temples were used for worships, medical schools, & hospitals · Priest were doctors · Embalming led to underst&ing of anatomy & disease · Embalming was done by priest · Gauze used to wrap bodies is much like the gauze used today · Most people could not read · Used bloodletting & leeches as medical treatments o Using leeches to suck out the 'bad' blood
Ancient Greeks (1200BC-200BC)
· Hippocrates' knowledge of anatomy & physiology based on observation · Learned that disease is caused by natural cause & not demons · 1st to use massage & art therapy · Stressed that a good diet & cleanliness prevented disease
Ancient Romans (753BC-AD410)
· Developed sanitation systems (eg: sewers) · Created first hospitals · Cause of diseases still unknown & treatment is limited · Simple infections killed many · Average life span 25-30 years
Leonardo da Vinci
First to study and record the human body through pictures and paintings. He was a scientist, inventor, and artist. Born in Vinci, Italy on APril 15th, 1452.
Discovered the circulation of blood and the role of the heart in propelling it. Harvey developed an accurate theory of how the heart and ciculatory system operated. He speculated that humans and animals reproduced through the joining of an egg.
Anton van Leeuwenhoek
invented the microscope.
Father of medicine. Created Hippocratic oath.
Discovered the small pox vacine.
Rene TH Laennec
Invented the stethoscope (lay a neck).
Isolated oxygen by heating mercuric oxide.
Invented bifocals. Created a catheter.
First female physician in the USA. 1849
Established sanitary nursing care units. Founder of modern nursing. began professional education of nursing.
First to use antiseptic.
Father of microbiology. Pasteurization.
Identified cause of childbed fever. Emphasized doctor cleanliness.
Proved Pasteur's theory of germs. Discovered rats cause the black plague.
Discovered first cure for syphilis.