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GA Health Care Orientation

Transcript: Joanna Nganda HEALTH CARE ORIENTATION Community Health Outreach Worker GREATER PORTLAND HEALTH GREATER PORTLAND HEALTH We are a Health Center. We offer primary care, which means that we provide a variety of health services. What We Do Immunizations Lab Work Mental Health Physicals Substance Use Disorder And Much More What We Do Benefits Of Being Connected To HealthCare Benefits Of Being Connected To HealthCare Immunizations and Testing Immunizations and Testing Hepatitis (hépatite) Mumps (oreillons) Rubeola (rubéole) Chickenpox (varicelle) Tuberculosis (tuberculose) Influenza* (virus de la grippe) etc... TESTING Diabetes HIV/AIDS Blood work Pulmonary Diseases Hypertension & Heart Diseases etc... We Can Help You With Medication Medication Prescriptions (no OTC meds) Refills on current medications Medication management Medication administration Birth Control Pills Antibiotics Insomnia Medication Some Medication that you can't get OTC Having a PCP PCP Specialist Having a PCP Treatment Procedure PCP means Primary Care Provider. Most medical staff are called Providers because not everyone is a doctor. We have Nurse Practitioners (NP), Registered Nurses (RN), Physician Assistant (PA). Referral To Specialist Intake Assessment ER ER Emergency Room When To Call 911 When To Call 911 When you believe that your life is in danger: Serious medical issues In case of a fire To report a crime Always Call The Clinical Line Do NOT Call 911 When: Small rash, skin irritation, small wound on limbs You can't get an appointment with your regular PCP Long Open Access wait (ER triage) You don't have transportation to go to the hospital ($300 - $3000) PATIENT'S ETIQUETTE PATIENT'S ETIQUETTE Be a good patient! Be Reacheable NO NO-SHOWs Arrive early (15min) Always show up SELF CARE SELF CARE Take care of yourself, do what you can to stay healthy. Physically Physically Health care is expensive and health insurance is pricey. Do what you can to maintain your health. Mentally Mentally Practice mindfulness, don't isolate yourself. Take time to focus on how you feel. Our counselors and social workers can help you. THANK YOU

Orientation Powerpoint

Transcript: Illini Experience Fall 2021 Welcome! We would like to begin today by recognizing and acknowledging that we are on the lands of the Peoria, Kaskaskia, Piankashaw, Wea, Miami, Mascoutin, Odawa, Sauk, Mesquaki, Kickapoo, Potawatomi, Ojibwe, and Chickasaw Nations. These lands were the traditional territory of these Native Nations prior to their forced removal; these lands continue to carry the stories of these Nations and their struggles for survival and identity.​ As a land-grant institution, the University of Illinois has a particular responsibility to acknowledge the peoples of these lands, as well as the histories of dispossession that have allowed for the growth of this institution for the past 150 years. We are also obligated to reflect on and actively address these histories and the role that this university has played in shaping them. This acknowledgement and the centering of Native peoples is a start as we move forward for the next 150 years.​ Meet Your ITAs! Aidan Bovee Dylann Hall Tony Choe Ryan Fang Azad Dhillon Jack Everett Sophomore Communications Ran track and cross country at his first college (UIC) Even more ITAs Lauren Zylke-Reyes Danaizha Harvey Isaiah Williams Brielle Scullark Hallie Spolarich Hanaa Siddiqui Block I Raffle Raffle Hidden within the presentation will be multiple Block I's The goal is to find them all! At the end of the presentation there will be a number you can text your answer to. The first 5 people to text the correct number will win a goodie bag. THIS COUNTS AS ONE !!! Academic Essentials Basics iCard NetID UIN Eductional Technology Educational Technology Compass 2g Moodle Canvas Degree Audit (DARS) Self-Service/Enterprise Libraries Main Library UGL Grainger ACES/FUNK Libraries Places to Study Business Instructional Facility Building Libraries Ikenberry Commons Classrooms Places to Study Tutoring Resources Tutoring and Support Services Writers workshop Office Hours Office of Minority Student Affairs (OMSA) Disability Resources and Education Services (DRES) Advising Academic Advising Major advisor Academic advisor Mandatory Programs Mandatory Programs Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations iConnect Fycare ACEIT Career Center Career Center Personal Statement reviews online Resume & Cover Letter critiques Mock interviews Virtual job Board Handshake Career fairs McKinley Health Center Health and Wellness Student Health Insurance Counseling COVID-19 Bi-weekly Testing Safer Illinois App Locations Vaccinations COVID Student Assistance Center Student Assistance Center Assistant Deans Virtual appointments Emergency Dean Women's Resource Center Safety Emergency phones Illini Alert Student Patrol Officers Safe Rides/Walks Safety Text 'IlliniAlert' to 226787 Student Life Illini Union Courtyard Cafe Food Court Illini Rec Room Events Recreation Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) Campus Recreation Center East (CRCE) Ice Arena Intramurals Recreation Moving Around Campus Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District (MTD) Parking Veorides Walk Moving Around Campus Getting Home Charter Buses Willard Airport Illinois Terminal Getting Home Places to Live Residential Housing Private Certified Housing Univeristy Apartments Off-Campus Apartments Places to Live Arts and Culture Krannert Center Krannert Art Museum Spurlock Museum Japan House Activities on Campus Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) RSOs Office of Registered Student Organizations RSO Handbook Quad Day Involved@Illinois Start Your Own! Greek Life By the numbers Types of Organizations Programs and Services Greek Life Tau Sigma Honor Society Tau Sigma Volunteer Opportunities Volunteer Opportunities Volunteer RSOs Office of Volunteer Programs Volunteer Abroad Athletics 10 Men's, 11 Women's NCAA Sports Non-Revenue Tickets Illini Pride Pass Athletics Traditions Card Stunts I-L-L William Tell Hail to the Orange LIT Transfer Student Appreciation Week TSAW ITA PANEL The End Social Media newstudent@illinois.edu Raffle Did you catch them all? Get Ready GO! Raffle

HEALTH POWERPOINT

Transcript: What is a Cervix? The cervix is the mouth of the uterus that sits at the back of the vagina. It's where a sperm gets in to make a baby, and how the baby comes out later. Having unprotected sex can cause cervical cancer but it also puts you in risk of other sexually transmitted dieases such as STD's, HIV's, etc. The effects of chemotherapy depends on the drugs/doses the patient takes. Anticancer usually affect blood cells which fight infection, help the blood to clot, or carry oxygen to all parts of the body. When blood cells are affected by anticancer drugs, patients are more likely to get infections, may bruise or bleed easily, and may have less energy. When chemotherapy affects these cells, patients may lose their hair and may have other side effects, such as poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, or mouth sores. Gynecologists recommends that girls have their first visit with an obstetrician-gynecologist or family doctor between ages 13 and 15, or before beginning sexual activity, to discuss sexual activity and ways to prevent sexually transmitted infections, including HPV. How to Prevent Cervical Cancer Cervical Cancer Side Effects of Biological Therapy for Cervical Cancer Cervical cancer treatment may cause cramping or other pain, bleeding, or a watery discharge.Hysterectomy is major surgery. For a few days after the operation, the woman may have pain in her lower abdomen. A woman may have difficulty emptying her bladder and may need to have a catheter inserted into the bladder to drain the urine for a few days after surgery.She also may have trouble having normal bowel movements. For a period of time after the surgery, the woman's activities should be limited to allow healing to take place, such as sexual activity. Symptoms of Cervical Cancer You wont know when you have cervical cancer when you first get it. As the cancer grows, you may have vaginal bleeding after a sexual intercourse, watery or bloody discharge that may smell or pelvic pain during a sexual intercourse or not during a sexual intercourse. The side effects of cervical cancer treatment depend mainly on the type and extent of the treatment. Cervical Cancer Surgery Cervical Cancer Radiation Therapy Chemotherapy Biological Therapy for Cervical Cancer Cervical Cancer is a curable HPV but the side effects can cause problems with other parts of your body. so it is better to protect yourself if you are sexually active, practice abstinence or get the HPV shot before you become sexually active to prevent other HPV diseases as well as Cervical Cancer Its best to see a doctor if you are having symptoms that you are worried about. Talk to your doctor about when you should get a cervical scanning and how often to get them. Get a regular Pep Smear Limit the amount of your sexual partners Protect yourself in sexual activity Get the HPV Vaccine These treatments may cause flu-like symptoms such as chills, fever, muscle aches, weakness, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Sometimes patients get a rash, and they may bleed or bruise easily. These problems can be severe, but they gradually go away after the treatment stops. Chemotherapy Side Effects of Cervical Cancer A lot of patients become very tired after recieving the treatment, especially weeks later. Usually, women are told not to have intercourse during radiation therapy or while an implant is in place. However, most women can have sexual relations within a few weeks after treatment ends. Sometimes, after radiation treatment, the vagina becomes narrower and less flexible, and intercourse may be painful. Patients may be taught how to use a dilator as well as a water-based lubricant to help minimize these problems. Patients who receive external or internal radiation therapy also may have diarrhea and frequent, uncomfortable urination. Studies have shown women who have many sexual partners increase their risk for cervical cancer. They also are increasing their risk of developing HPV, a known cause for cervical cancer. Getting regular pep smears can be helpful because the doctor can detect the cervical cancer before it gets any worse. the worse the cancer, the harder it is to get rid of it. By Maya Brown Side Effects of Cervical Cancer Radiation Therapy When to see a doctor? Side Effects of Cervical Cancer Surgery Cervical cancer is caused by an invisible virus that is spread by having sex, just like HIV. It's called HPV (human papillomavirus), and more than half of women have it by age 35. Most men and women don't know they have it, unless they get the kind that causes warts: little bumps you may see or feel on the woman's or man's genitals. Warts are not cancer.

Health care orientation

Transcript: Counselors should not prevent campers from visiting the health center Limited activity campers NO swim-campers Staff's medications should be brought to the health center Vitaminns Allergies Food Bee stings Epi Pens Communicable diseases & controlling strategies Lice Ticks Emotional disorders & psychotropic medication ADD/ADHD Anxiety Depression Drug holidays behavioral/psychiotric episodes Counselor's "Duty to Act" Questions Health center Emergencies BY: Alison Miller Staff Health Keep camper healthy Sleep needs hydration daily hygiene elimination habits Health care orientation Local & international staff insurance policies AED Enuresis First-to-do Awaking Drinking discourging Health center procedures Tires/hungry Homesickness 1) Do it in your sleeve 2) Wash hands 3) Sleep 4) protect your feet 5) Get well 6) Wear gear 7) Be camper Life theatening situation Health center staff Health center Feeling sick situation Day room/overnight Staff clinic/med calls Staff medications Out of camp medical facilities Staying on medication Role & Resbonsibility Strategies a) Clinic call b)during the day call c) After hours First band-aid Common camp illnesses Camp Mom Camper Admittance to the health center Health care discharged campers Weekly cheek - shining stars Being a role model Healthy summer 7 steps Chocking Fire situation Anaphylaxis Weather threatening Maintaing camper health prescribtive & non-prescribtive medication Staff members Blood brone pathogens procedure CPR Comman ilnesses & prevention first aid

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