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[Please note: formerly Clinical Medical Assistant - CMA, 2016)
Books and media on Medical Assistants can be found in the Library under the classification R728.8. Books on Human Anatomy can be found in QM1 through QM695, and Human Physiology, QP1 through QP899.
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♦ Anatomy: A photographic atlas / Johannes W. Rohen, Chihiro Yokochi,
Elke Lütjen-Drecoll. [12/16]
Ref. QM25 .R55 2016
♦ Clinical skills for healthcare assistants and assistant practioners / Angela Whelan
RT84 .W43 2016
Provides background knowledge on the day-to-day care that is provided by those working in caring environments-- fundamental skills, accountability, role development, communication, psychological care and also, documentation/record keeping. [12/16]
♦ Anatomy: A photographic atlas / Johannes W. Rohen, Chihiro Yokochi, Elke Lütjen-Drecoll. [12/16]
Ref. QM25 .R55 2016
♦ Delmar's comprehensive medical assisting : administrative and clinical competencies / Wilburta Q. Lindh ... [et al.].
R728.8 .D43 2010 [8/14]
♦ Medical assistant exam strategies, practice, and review with practice test / Kaplan
R728.8 ,M384 2015
♦ Medical assisting review : passing the CMA, RMA, and CCMA exams /
R728.8 .M653 2012 [5/16]
♦ Trauma Competency: A clinician's guide /Linda Curran
RC552.T7 .C87 2010
The author not only defines and explains current trauma paradigm, relevant theories, and current neuroscience but also step-by-step demonstrates its in-session clinical utility and applicability. [12/16]
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♦ Acland’s video atlas of human anatomy. Volume 1, the upper extremity [videorecording] / by Robert D. Acland.
Media (DVD) QM25 .A353 2004
Uses dissections of fresh, unembalmed human specimens to show true color, texture, and movement of these structures in the living body. This segment looks at the shoulder, arm and forearm, and the hand. (First part of a six video program).
Last updated 201612/JU