Explore courseware that prepares students in allied health programs to work in healthcare, use electronic health records effectively, and more.
Emergency & Disaster Preparedness for Health Professionals, Second Edition
Being prepared to respond to natural disasters, terrorist events, and infectious disease outbreaks has become an important competency for healthcare professionals. Yet most instructors wonder: What do my students need to know? Emergency & Disaster Preparedness for Health Professionals distills the essential, cutting-edge information about how communities and healthcare facilities prepare and manage the response processes, meeting federal guidelines.Learn More | Order Today
Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology
This interactive course content is ideal for one-semester human anatomy and physiology courses taught within allied health and life sciences programs. Content is organized by body system and covers standard scope and sequence requirements.Learn More | Order Today
NEW! Exploring Electronic Health Records, Third Edition
When your students transition from your program to the real world, it’s critical that they are proficient navigating electronic health records. Build their skills and confidence with our Exploring Electronic Health Records courseware and EHR Navigator application.Learn More | Order Today
Medical Terminology Pocket Guide
Paradigm's Medical Terminology Pocket Guide is an ideal tool for students enrolled in health career courses. It is designed for quick and convenient access to prefixes, suffixes, combining forms, and other important medical terms.
This easy-to-use reference is organized in two ways:
- in alphabetical order in chapter 1
- by body system in chapters 3 to 16
This dual approach allows students to study or access information in whatever way is most convenient to them.Learn More | Order Today
What Language Does Your Patient Hurt In?
As the population in the United States grows increasingly multicultural, the US patient population and the US healthcare workforce grow proportionately diverse. In order to deliver high-quality health care to people from a wide variety of cultures, healthcare workers must become both linguistically and culturally competent.Learn More | Order Today