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A motion requires a ____ to be considered, unless the motion is made on behalf of a ______.

second; committee

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Nominations do not need a ______.

second

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Every meeting must be _______. A motion to _______ must be seconded.

adjourned; adjourn

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Main Motion

The main motion brings business before the assembly and/or introduce a new subject. This motion can only be made when no other business is pending.

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Subsidiary Motion

Subsidiary Motion assist the group in treating or disposing of a main motion, and sometimes other motion.

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Privileged Motions

Privileged Motions do not relate to the pending motion. They relate to special materials of particular importance, and should be allowed to interrupt the consideration of other matters.

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Incidental Motions

Incidental motions deal with questions of procedure arising out of another pending motion, or sometimes another item of business.

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How many taps of the gavel are requires to adjourne a meeting?

One

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How to stand: Women

A female stands up straight and yall with the left foot facing front and at a slight angle, and the right heel placed in the instep of the left foto and at a 90 degree angel to the left foot. The right leg may be slightly bent to prevent a stiff looking pose.

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How to stand: Men

A male stands up straight with feet spaced comfortably apart and facing forward.

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How to stand: Everyone

Eyes forward, chin-up. Hands comfortably relaxed at the sides with shoulders back.

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How to sit

1) Approach the chair, turn, and locate the edge of the chair with the back of your leg. 2) Men may pull up pants legs slightly before sitting. Female should not arrange their skirts by smoothing the back of the skirt before sitting. 3) Looking straight ahead with the back straight and keeping your hands at your sides, sit on the front half of the chair with body weight forward. 4) Slide to the back of the chair. Females' upper backs should not touch the backs of their chairs. 4) Females should sit with feet crossed at the ankles. Men should sit with feet flat on the floor.

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How to stand up after sitting

1) Shift torso weight forward and, using leg muscles and keeping your back straight, stand straight up - gracefully. Don't use your hands to push yourself up. 2) Walk away gracefully.

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GA HOSA Regions

7

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Your GA HOSA Region

2A

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How many voting delegates? 5-25 Members

One

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How many voting delegates? 26-50

Two

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How many voting delegates? 51-75

Three

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How many voting delegates? 76-100

Four

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How many voting delegates? 101-125

Five

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How many voting delegates? 126-150

Six

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How many voting delegates? 151+

Seven

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HOSA Slogan

Health Science and HOSA: A Healthy Partnership

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HOSA tagline

HOSA- A Student-Led Association of future Health Professionals

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Morphine (opium)

from a poppy plant, used to treat severe pain, highly addictive

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Digitalis

from the foxglove plant, used to strengthen and slow the heart rate

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Quinine

from the bark of the cinchona tree, is used to treat fever and relieves muscle spasm, also prevents malaria

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Belladonna (Atropopine)

from the poisonus night shade plant, relieves stomach pain.

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Primitive Times (4000BC-3000BC)

· Belief that illness was punishment from Gods & Demons · Religion played an important part in health care during this time · Dissection was not permitted so exploring the structure of the body was limited · First physicians were witch doctors, tribal doctors, Shaman, or medicine men. (treated illness with ceremonies ex: exorcisms) · People were superstitious · Herbs & plants used as medicine - Foxglove leaves could be chewed to strengthen & slow down the heart · Foxglove is now given through IV, pills, or injections · Average life span: 20 years · Trepanation- o One of the first surgeries o A hole would be cut into the skull to release demons o This was believed to cure disease. (This often resulted in death)

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Ancient Chinese (1700BC-AD220)

· Strong belief to cure the entire spirit & nourish the body · Used holistic health methods (treating the mind, body, & soul) · Used therapies such as acupuncture