1. Shades Of Purple:Testimonials

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    • Health CC

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      Addiction Counseling Through MCTC’s Addiction Counseling Program, the oldest in the state of Minnesota, you will receive hands-on training and excellent training from experienced faculty that will ground you in the fundamentals of counseling. This program, which emphasizes the importance of interpersonal and cross-cultural communications, prepares you for Minnesota Alcohol and Drug Counselor licensure. Classes are held on the MCTC campus. Students are accepted into this program fall and spring semesters only. Addiction Counseling A.S. Degree—68 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/addiction-counseling/ Central Services Technician This certificate program trains you to become a Central Services Technician, where you will play an important role in patient care by preventing infections. In this program, you will learn how to sterilize medical instruments, learn basic surgical instrumentation and medical terminology as well as decontamination and sterilization processes. Once you complete the program can take the Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution’s certification exam. Students are accepted into the Central Services Technician program once per year. Classes are held on the MCTC campus. Central Services Technician Certificate—10 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/central-services-technician/ Community Health Worker Community health workers teach the basics of good health and link people to health care and social service systems. Upon completion of MCTC’s 17-credit Community Health Worker (CMHW) certificate, you’ll be able to help improve health care access for underrepresented groups, the elderly and the chronically ill. The CMHW certificate program is only taught at MCTC during the fall semester. Community Health Worker Certificate—17 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/community-health-worker/ Dental Assistant Become a valuable part of a dental office with MCTC’s accredited Dental Assistant Program. Whether you are new to the field, currently work in a dental office and want to become a Dental Assistant or you are a Dental Assistant seeking an expanded functions certificate, MCTC provides the training you need. Students are accepted into the Dental Support Personnel certificate program each semester.. Dental Assistant Diploma—39 credits Dental Office Support Personnel Certificate—17 credits Expanded Functions Certificate—16 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/dental-assistant/ Electroneurodiagnostic Technology MCTC’s Electroneurodiagnostic (END) Technologist program prepares you to enter a challenging career in the health care field that offers an opportunity to work with people, apply analytic skills and help diagnose and treat patients with epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, brain tumors and other disorders. You will gain the skills and experience needed to operate a variety of advanced diagnostic equipment and perform neurological studies. Enrollments in the END Technologist program are accepted in the fall term. Classes are held on the MCTC campus. Electroneurodiagnostic Technology A.A.S. Degree— 70 credits Electroneurodiagnostic Technology Diploma—56 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/electroneurodiagnostic-technology/ Nursing Join the fast-paced world of the Health Care field by becoming a professional nurse. MCTC’s nursing program offers two academic tracks- one for those who are just starting out, and another for currently Licensed Practical Nurses (L.P.N.). Get hands-on training from experienced faculty in a program that uses state-of-the-art technology and gives you the tools you need to enter your nursing career. Courses are taught at MCTC’s downtown Minneapolis campus, and the program course work is offered in the fall and spring of each year. Admission to the program is once a year. Clinical and experiential learning also takes place at various facilities around the Twin Cities. Practical Nursing Diploma—36 credits Nursing Mobility Program A.S. Degree—73 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/nursing/ Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Nursing assistants and home health aides are essential members of today’s healthcare teams, performing hands-on resident/client care and routine tasks for individuals of various ages and health conditions. MCTC’s program provides basic skills training, including the fundamentals of how to check and monitor vital signs and deal with a wide range of resident/client needs. Courses are offered each semester. All courses are taught on MCTC’s downtown Minneapolis campus. Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Certificate—5 credits Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Extended Hour Certificate—6 credits Acute Care Option—3 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/nursing-assistant-home-health-aide/ Phlebotomy Join the fast-paced world of the Health Care field through MCTC’s Phlebotomy Certificate Program. With hands-on training from experienced faculty, you will experience a combination of MCTC’s Healthcare Core Curriculum, medical terminology and biology that prepares you for employment as a phlebotomist, a valued profession in the soaring health care industry. You may enter this program in the Fall Semester. Courses are held on MCTC’s downtown Minneapolis campus. Phlebotomy Certificate—16 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/phlebotomy/ Polysomnographic Technology Polysomnographic technologists play a key role in the rapidly growing field of sleep disorder research and treatment. They prepare, observe and record patients’ behavior and provide data and recommendations to physicians so patients can receive appropriate therapies. The Polysomnographic Technology program teaches the core skills needed to perform sleep disorder research and patient interventions. Classes are held on the MCTC campus. Polysomnographic Technology A.A.S. Degree—60 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/polysomnographic-technology/

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      • Self Help

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        (It might be kind of quiet, so turn up your speakers) A horror movie about being pregnant written by 5 college boys. Oh, also, done for the Minneapolis round of the 48 hour film challenge!

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        • Health

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          Addiction Counseling Through MCTC’s Addiction Counseling Program, the oldest in the state of Minnesota, you will receive hands-on training and excellent training from experienced faculty that will ground you in the fundamentals of counseling. This program, which emphasizes the importance of interpersonal and cross-cultural communications, prepares you for Minnesota Alcohol and Drug Counselor licensure. Classes are held on the MCTC campus. Students are accepted into this program fall and spring semesters only. Addiction Counseling A.S. Degree—68 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/addiction-counseling/ Central Services Technician This certificate program trains you to become a Central Services Technician, where you will play an important role in patient care by preventing infections. In this program, you will learn how to sterilize medical instruments, learn basic surgical instrumentation and medical terminology as well as decontamination and sterilization processes. Once you complete the program can take the Certification Board for Sterile Processing and Distribution’s certification exam. Students are accepted into the Central Services Technician program once per year. Classes are held on the MCTC campus. Central Services Technician Certificate—10 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/central-services-technician/ Community Health Worker Community health workers teach the basics of good health and link people to health care and social service systems. Upon completion of MCTC’s 17-credit Community Health Worker (CMHW) certificate, you’ll be able to help improve health care access for underrepresented groups, the elderly and the chronically ill. The CMHW certificate program is only taught at MCTC during the fall semester. Community Health Worker Certificate—17 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/community-health-worker/ Dental Assistant Become a valuable part of a dental office with MCTC’s accredited Dental Assistant Program. Whether you are new to the field, currently work in a dental office and want to become a Dental Assistant or you are a Dental Assistant seeking an expanded functions certificate, MCTC provides the training you need. Students are accepted into the Dental Support Personnel certificate program each semester.. Dental Assistant Diploma—39 credits Dental Office Support Personnel Certificate—17 credits Expanded Functions Certificate—16 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/dental-assistant/ Electroneurodiagnostic Technology MCTC’s Electroneurodiagnostic (END) Technologist program prepares you to enter a challenging career in the health care field that offers an opportunity to work with people, apply analytic skills and help diagnose and treat patients with epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, brain tumors and other disorders. You will gain the skills and experience needed to operate a variety of advanced diagnostic equipment and perform neurological studies. Enrollments in the END Technologist program are accepted in the fall term. Classes are held on the MCTC campus. Electroneurodiagnostic Technology A.A.S. Degree— 70 credits Electroneurodiagnostic Technology Diploma—56 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/electroneurodiagnostic-technology/ Nursing Join the fast-paced world of the Health Care field by becoming a professional nurse. MCTC’s nursing program offers two academic tracks- one for those who are just starting out, and another for currently Licensed Practical Nurses (L.P.N.). Get hands-on training from experienced faculty in a program that uses state-of-the-art technology and gives you the tools you need to enter your nursing career. Courses are taught at MCTC’s downtown Minneapolis campus, and the program course work is offered in the fall and spring of each year. Admission to the program is once a year. Clinical and experiential learning also takes place at various facilities around the Twin Cities. Practical Nursing Diploma—36 credits Nursing Mobility Program A.S. Degree—73 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/nursing/ Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Nursing assistants and home health aides are essential members of today’s healthcare teams, performing hands-on resident/client care and routine tasks for individuals of various ages and health conditions. MCTC’s program provides basic skills training, including the fundamentals of how to check and monitor vital signs and deal with a wide range of resident/client needs. Courses are offered each semester. All courses are taught on MCTC’s downtown Minneapolis campus. Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Certificate—5 credits Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide Extended Hour Certificate—6 credits Acute Care Option—3 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/nursing-assistant-home-health-aide/ Phlebotomy Join the fast-paced world of the Health Care field through MCTC’s Phlebotomy Certificate Program. With hands-on training from experienced faculty, you will experience a combination of MCTC’s Healthcare Core Curriculum, medical terminology and biology that prepares you for employment as a phlebotomist, a valued profession in the soaring health care industry. You may enter this program in the Fall Semester. Courses are held on MCTC’s downtown Minneapolis campus. Phlebotomy Certificate—16 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/phlebotomy/ Polysomnographic Technology Polysomnographic technologists play a key role in the rapidly growing field of sleep disorder research and treatment. They prepare, observe and record patients’ behavior and provide data and recommendations to physicians so patients can receive appropriate therapies. The Polysomnographic Technology program teaches the core skills needed to perform sleep disorder research and patient interventions. Classes are held on the MCTC campus. Polysomnographic Technology A.A.S. Degree—60 credits http://www.minneapolis.edu/Educational-Programs/Programs/polysomnographic-technology/

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          • Phlebotomy Lab

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            DC student Dex Alvarez introduces us to the Phlebotomy Lab at National University of Health Sciences.

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            • Welcome to Phlebotomy Training Group

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              http://phlebotomytraininggroup.com. Visit the leading website for phlebotomy training and certification resources. Review phlebotomy job opportunities, average salaries per state and watch over our blog for news and career advice for phlebotomists.

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              • Treatment Options and Transfusion for Myelofibrosis Beyond Standard Therapy

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                At our Patient Power MPN Town meeting in Denver, an audience member asked the experts about myelofibrosis (MF) options beyond the standard treatment. The expert panel described additional treatment options for those with MF and also addressed transfusion, explaining why it’s done and the effects of multiple transfusions.

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                • bloodletting

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                  a magical winter afternoon in oakland with ida, sally, coral, sarolta and opal. Thunder Thighs and A Thimble of Light https://www.facebook.com/thunderthighss http://saroltajanecump.com/ http://www.coralshort.com/

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                  • Vampires vs Science! The Series of Not-so Scientific Experiments

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                    Animation i created for CSMLS as part of a campaign to get people interested in careers in Science. I created 4 in total. They were a lot of fun. Script: CSMLS Animation , Design, Direction: Bryce Hallett Additional Animation and Clean up: Kristin Lobb Sound and Music : Matt Reid

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                    • Phlebotomy

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                      the blood-letting truth

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