Date

12-2018

Document Type

Capstone Project (Open Access)

Degree Name

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Department

Health and Human Services

Major

Collaborative Health and Human Services

First Advisor

Adrienne Saxton

Abstract

Salinas Valley Memorial Hospital Foundation: Children Miracle Network Hospitals (CMNH) Screen, Educate, and Equip (S.E.E.) Program provides free of cost cardiac screenings by EKGs, hands-only CPR training, and an AED to participating high schools for student athletes within Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito County. Its purpose is to prevent and/or reduce sudden cardiac arrest among student athletes. To insure easier access to the programs information and history to potential participating high schools a program guide has been created. The guide contains information on sudden cardiac arrest, history of the program and CMNH, and the contracts and EKG results sheets. The guide is the first for the program as a tool to provide information to persuade potential participants to take part in the screenings. The participants who will benefit from the information are the employees of CMNH, the high schools and their student athletes ages 14-18, and future CMNH interns. A Recommendation for the agency is to have CMNH interns to continue updating and improving the guide.

Additional Files

S.E.E. Program Guide PDF.pdf (9915 kB)
Complete Guide for the S.E.E. Program, which is a cardiovascular screening program for student athletes at local high schools in Monterey, Santa Cruz, and San Benito County

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