Chapter 6: Career Skills in Therapeutic Services | Crossword


1.practices that seek to protect people from airborne infectious particles; also called cough etiquette.
5.the group of people who work in healthcare that someone might know.
8.people who are willing to discuss someone's skills and job qualifications with potential employers.
10.the ability to communicate difficult or embarrassing information without giving offense.
11.procedure that includes regular hand washing using plain or antibacterial soap and the use of alcohol-based gels.
14.highly specialized program or subspecialty, such as endocrinology or pediatric cardiology, that requires even more training than other fields.
16.a healthcare worker who completes a one-year technical training program and can perform basic nursing tasks such as giving injections, monitoring catheters, and dressing wounds. work together; to consult with each other.
18.the ability to identify with another person's feelings and thoughts.


1.the full extent of movement for a joint.
2.a term that describes a student doctor when he or she is completing rotations through various specialties in the first year of residency.
3.(1) individuals living in long- term care facilities; (2) medical school graduates who are completing the last portion of their medical training before becoming licensed physicians.
4.term that describes education and training completed after receiving a bachelor's degree. contract out jobs to workers in a foreign country.
7.people who receive treatment in privately owned offices and treatment facilities, as well as in their own homes. direct another healthcare worker to perform a care task that is within that worker's training and experience and within the scope of practice of the licensed provider giving the direction. of two or more rows, levels, or ranks arranged one above another. cut off a limb or extremity, usually by surgical operation.
13.a condition characterized by memory loss and the decline of other thinking skills.

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