Heidi Harris

Contact

Heidi
Harris
Forest 210B
School of Kinesiology, 555 S. Forest Ave.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
(734) 647-2838
(734) 764-0440

Classes

Course Course Title Credits Term Instructor
AT 218 Emergency Response 3 Fall, Winter Harris
Course Name RO: Emergency Response
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
This course certifies students with the skills necessary for application and/or certification into careers in medicine as well as training them to be first responders at the scene of an emergency. Skill competencies include: CPR for the Professional Rescuer, measuring blood pressure, airway management, bleeding control and splinting, and the administration of an automated External Defibrillator, epinephrine pen, asthma inhaler and oxygen. Required for AT students regardless of previous CPR certifications.
Prerequisites: Required for AT students regardless of previous CPR certifications.
Component: LEC
HF 218 Emergency Response 3 Fall, Winter Harris
Course Name RO: Emergency Response
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
This course certifies students with the skills necessary for application and/or certification into careers in medicine as well as training them to be first responders at the scene of an emergency. Skill competencies include: CPR for the Professional Rescuer, measuring blood pressure, airway management, bleeding control and splinting, and the administration of an automated External Defibrillator, epinephrine pen, asthma inhaler and oxygen. AT 218 is required for AT students, regardless of previous CPR certifications.
Prerequisites: AT 218 is required for AT students regardless of previous CPR certifications.
Component: LEC
PHYSED 216 First Aid and Safety Education 2 Fall, Winter Harris
Course Name RO:
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
This course teaches first aid, safety education, and CPR in relation to home, school, and community. Content strongly emphasizes safety principles as applied to activities of the gymnasium, playground, and athletic field.
Prerequisites:
Component: LEC
PHYSED 301 Coordinated School Health Programs 3 Winter Harris
Course Name RO: Coord Schl Hlth Prog
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
Introduction to eight essential components of coordinated school health programs - health education; physical education; health services; nutrition services; counseling and psychological services; health school environment; health promotion for staff; parents and community involvement. Attention directed to national and state health initiatives, health behaviors and conditions that affect youth and strategies effective in helping young people lead healthier lives.
Prerequisites:
Component: LEC