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Sick Call Screener Course (SCSC)
 
Description: Sick Call Screener Course (SCSC) provides Hospital Corpsmen (HM) the training, knowledge, and skill sets necessary in assisting medical providers with more complicated cases.

Target Audience:  Applies to enterprise-wide Hospital Corpsmen (HM) within pay grades of E-1 through E-6. All candidates MUST complete the Hospital Corpsman Skills Basic (HMSB) training and HMSB Performance Checklist (PCL) prior to requesting enrollment in the Sick Call Screener Course (SCSC).

Prerequisites: - All candidates must have completed the Hospital Corpsman Skills Basic (HMSB) training and HMSB Performance Checklist (PCL) prior to requesting enrollment in the Sick Call Screener Course (SCSC).  SCSC training MUST not exceed 60 calendar days.

Instructions: BUMEDINST 6550.9C 

Performance Test/Administrator’s Guide

SCSC Trainee Guide
SCSC  Lesson Plan

-PT 1: SOAP Note
-PT 2: HEENT
-PT 3: Respiratory
-PT 4: Cardiovascular
-PT 5: Gastrointestinal
-PT 6: Neurology
-PT 7: Upper Extremity
-PT 8: Neck and Spine
-PT 9: Lower Extremity
-PT 10: Integumentary
-PT 11: Bites and Stings
-PT 12: Heat and Cold

Teaching Materials (Topics)                   
1.0 Course Introduction                                                                
      1.1 Scope of Care                                                                           
      1.2 Ethics                                                                                                                         
      1.3 SOAP Note                                                                                 
      1.4 Patient Presentation
                                                       
2.1 HEENT                                                                                         
2.2 Respiratory                                                                                  
2.3 Cardiovascular System                                                              
2.4 Gastrointestinal System                                                             
2.5 Genitourinary System                                                                
2.6 Neurological System                                                                 
2.7 Upper Extremities                                                                      
2.8 Neck and Spine                                                                          
2.9 Lower Extremities                                                                     
2.9.1 Lower Musculoskeletal System         
2.10 Integumentary System                                                            
2.11 Endocrine System
2.12 Environmental Injuries
2.13 Pharmacology

 
 
 
 
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