American Heart Association BLS for healthcare providers, taught by Alan Haynie, who is American Heart Association Training Center Faculty.

This class fulfills all basic CPR requirements for

In the class we cover:

 Critical concepts of high-quality CPR

 The American Heart Association Chain of Survival

 1-Rescuer CPR and AED for adult, child and infant

 2-Rescuer CPR and AED for adult, child and infant

 Differences between adult, child and infant rescue techniques

 Bag-mask techniques for adult, child and infant

 Rescue breathing for adult, child and infant

 Relief of choking for adult, child and infant

 CPR with an advanced airway

Class cost is $40.00 and is taught on campus usually in the Palo Verde room. We begin at

5:00pm and class is scheduled to go until about 8:30pm

Current available open enrollment class dates are as follows:
June 2nd

Jun 9th

June 17th

July 1st

July 9th

July 16th

July 22nd

July 28th

Aug 5th
Aug 11th

Aug 17th

Aug 26th

The Office of Student Life and Student Wellness Programs, are proud to host, for the first time on the Arizona-campus, Powder Puff Football!
The schedules for the game(s) are as follows:
Game One:
ASDOH versus ASHS: Physical Therapy & Athletic Training
Tuesday, March 31 at 5:30 p.m.
Game Two:
SOMA versus ASHS: Audiology, Occupational Therapy & Physician Assistant
Wednesday, April 1 at 5:30 p.m.
Championship Game:
Winner Game 1 versus Winner Game 2
Thursday, April 2 at 5:30 p.m.
All students in good standing are eligible and encouraged to participate!
If you are interested in serving a Captain, or co-Captains, for ASDOH during this event please contact me directly. I will meet with those interested to discuss game details and rules.
Note: each program must have a captain to represent them in order to be eligible to compete.
Please e-mail Mykel Estes, Director of Student Life, by Tuesday, March 24 at 5:00 p.m. with your interest.

This is the first of several Student Life initiatives in Arizona to bring organized sporting activities to campus.

Students:

My name is Ryan Bradley and I am the Sports Director of the Ross Farnsworth East Valley YMCA. I am contacting you today to let you know of a great volunteer opportunity that is just next door to you here at the East Valley Y. I am currently looking for three volleyball coaches, for 4th – 6th grade competitive and recreational teams, and a soccer coach for Pre-School and Kindergarten aged children. The commitment for you is only 16 hours for the entire season: 8 games and 8 practices each. Working with children and with the YMCA on the whole will look great on resume, and it will be a fun experience to re-visit the sports you love.
The season has technically already begun, so we need to move fast on this, it will transpire from March 21st – May 9th, with a break on Easter weekend. If interested, please contact me ASAP at rbradley@vosymca.org or 602-212-6317

Thank You!

Ryan Bradley – Sports Director

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The Library is proud to announce its acquisition of a new Board Exam review tool, BoardVitals. It offers a question bank with up-to-date explanations from the literature with answers and detailed feedback. You can find information on how to sign up for an account, as well as BoardVitals tutorials on the Library’s ExamPrep/Case Studies page.  The link to this page is under the Guides menu on the left column of the Library’s main page.  The direct link to the Board Vitals Guide’s page is: http://guides.atsu.edu/examprep_cases/boardvitals


 

The Library has purchased the following specialties:


Comlex Level 1 Family Medicine Shelf Exam
NBDE Part I Internal Medicine Shelf Exam
NBDE Part II Neurology Shelf Exam
PANCE OBGYN Shelf Exam
USMLE Step 1 Pediatrics Shelf Exam
USMLE Step 1 – Part 2 Psychiatry Shelf Exam
USMLE Step 2 Surgery Shelf Exam
USMLE Step 3

 

We are seeking your participation to help develop and coordinate our 1st Annual Diversity Week Festival, slated for April 27-May 1, 2015. Please navigate to an online survey (here) to see how you can help!

Are you ready for some powder puff football?
Join the Office of Student Life for an informational session* to learn more about how to get involved as a player, coach, or cheerleader:
Thursday, March 12 at 5:00 p.m.
Friday, March 13 at Noon
Sunday, March 15 at 7:00 p.m.
Monday, March 16 at Noon and 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, March 17 at Noon
All information sessions are in Palm (Main Building, AT Still Memorial Library)

Note: you must attend at least one information session to be involved with the game.
Games will be held during Spring Wellness Week (March 30 through April 2). The tentative schedule of games:
Game 1: ASDOH v. ASHS: PT & AT
Game 2: SOMA v. ASHS: AUD, PA, & OT
Championship: Winner Game 1 v. Winner Game 2
Entertainment Healers Presents
CHANGE WARS!
Help us raise funds to support the Special Olympics of Arizona Healthy Athletes Organization 
in efforts to train health care providers to treat special needs patients.
SOMA vs ASDOH vs ASHS
Collection jugs are located in main building at the security desk.
Open to all students, faculty, and staff
Let the competition begin!
As many of you have probably noticed by now, the City of Mesa has made several traffic control changes to the intersection of Sunview and Inverness that directly affects traffic flow to and from the Arizona campus.

- Stop signs have been added on Sunview to create a FOUR WAY STOP at the intersection.

- Crosswalks have been added to assist visibility of pedestrians crossing the street.

- Left turn lanes have been added at the intersection.

Hopefully this will assist in creating better traffic flow when entering or exiting the campus, especially during peak times. Several things to keep in mind:

- All vehicle traffic MUST YIELD TO PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE TRAFFIC AT ALL TIMES.

- There will probably be an increase to police monitoring the intersection due to the change, so
please keep aware of all street signs.

In addition to these changes, overnight parking on Inverness (West of Sunview) has been restricted between the hours of 10 PM and 5 AM.

Please be safe and courteous during your travels to and from the campus. As always, any suggestions or feedback is appreciated. For any questions or concerns you can contact me directly at jluginbuhl@atsu.edu or the number below.

Congratulations to the 2015 Free Community Health & Wellness Day Winning Design!

 

Designed by Katie Kopal, Physical Therapy Class of 2017

Send us your pictures of your registered student organization in action on campus and in the community. We’ll display the best in our office!

E-mail them to studentlife@atsu.edu.

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