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Health Sciences:
Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology

The Health Sciences in Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology Course

Who is this course for:

Students who wish to study Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology, this course/module constitutes the Foundation for any other course either in Health and or Pharmacology courses.

AP&P: Introductory Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology
6 Months

Dates: 3 weeks of 5 days  (Required to attend 15 Days of AP&P Lectures)
 
1. Scientific Study Hours:  100 Hours of Scientific Health Sciences Study (Over 6 months)
2. Classroom Lecture Hours:  9.5 Units: 95 Hours in 127 Lessons ( 45 min.) (Over 15 Lecture Days)
 

Course Fees:  500


AP-ADV: Advanced Anatomy & Physiology
6 Months

Dates: 2 weeks of 5 days  (Required to attend 10 Days of AP Lectures) 1. Scientific Study Hours:  100 Hours of Scientific Health Sciences Study (Over 6 months)
2. Classroom Lecture Hours:  6 Units: 60 Hours in 80 Lessons ( 45 min.) (Over 10 Lecture Days)

Course Fees:  500


PD-ADV: Advanced Pathology
6 Months

Dates: 2 weeks of 5 days  (Required to attend 10 Days of PD Lectures) 1. Scientific Study Hours:  100 Hours of Scientific Health Sciences Study (Over 6 months)
2. Classroom Lecture Hours:  6 Units: 60 Hours in 80 Lessons ( 45 min.) (Over 10 Lecture Days)

Course Fees:  500


Award
Students who attend all class lectures but do not pass the final exam, and or do not wish to retake the exam will be issued an Award Certificate.


Certificate
Students who complete and successfully pass their exams will receive a Certificate.


Diploma
Students who complete and successfully pass their exams in all courses are awarded a Diploma in Health Sciences.


      Human Sciences - Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology
 

Human Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology of the Body Systems

Definition and Terms

Definitions
Directional terms
Anatomical regional terms
Body planes

Structural Organisation

Chemistry
The cell
Cell structure
Tissues
Nervous tissue
Functions
Cell diversity
Connective tissue
Membranes

The Human Body

The Skeleton

Type of Joins
The Spine
The Muscles
Types of muscle

The Cardiovascular system

Arteries and veins
Structure of the heart
Blood circulation

Counter current mechanisms in Physiology

The Respiratory system

Pulmonary physiology, lungs
How breathing works
Gas exchange in the body
How lungs function in health and illness.

The Nervous system

Structure and function of the brain
Organization of the nervous system
Structure of the spinal cord

The senses

Vision
Hearing and balance
Smell
Taste
Touch

The Digestive system

Structure of the digestive system
The organs involved and how they work
Mouth and oesophagus
Stomach
Small intestine
Large intestine
Liver, gallbladder, and pancreas

The Endocrine system

Pituitary gland and hypothalamus
Pineal gland
Thyroid and parathyroid glands
Adrenal glands
Pancreas
Ovaries
Testes

The Exocrine system

Lymphatic system

Vessels and nodes
Spleen and thymus

Integumentary system

Diseases and injuries to the human integumentary system

Urinary system

Structure of the kidney
Kidney Physiology

Pathology

Introductions and Definitions, Classifications and Types of Diseases

Understanding Common Pathology
(diseases and disorders) of the following body systems:

Skeletal
Muscular
Cardiovascular
Respiratory
Endocrine
Skin
Cells
Reproductive
Urinary
Neurological
Digestive
Lymphatic

Gastroenterology

The digestive system and its disorders
Diseases affecting the gastrointestinal tract
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Irritable Bowel Disease    (IBD)

Allopathic Medicine and Man made Diseases

Allopathic Medicine Short Falls
Allopathic Surgery: the good, the bad and the ugly. Needed surgery, needless surgery its complications and dangers
Allopathic Medicine and the Nescience of the cause of Disease: Vast List of Diseases that aren't cured by Allopathic Medicine.
Cure Versus Profit Equation
The Drug Factor and its consequences on Human Health

Biographical phases in human development

Male reproductive system

Sperm production

Female reproductive system

The menstrual cycle
Role of the breasts
The menopause

Conception and pregnancy

Fertilization
Beginning of pregnancy
How the baby is nourished
The babys development
Changes in the mothers body

The newborn baby

Reflex actions and movements
The heart before and after birth

The growing child

How bones grow and develop
How the skull and brain develop
The growing body
Gaining skills during the first 5 years
Growth Charts

Course Fees:  500

AP&P Module Subjects
  Biochemistry
Human Physiology General
Human Anatomy General
Dates: 3 weeks of 5 days  (Required to attend 15 Days of AP&P Lectures)

Locations:
England, Chile

Course Fees:
 500
 
1. Scientific Study Hours:  100 Hours of Scientific Health Sciences Study (Over 6 months)
2. Classroom Lecture Hours:  9.5 Units: 95 Hours in 127 Lessons ( 45 min.) (Over 15 Lecture Days)
 

 

AP-ADV  Module Subjects
  Human Physiology
Human Anatomy
Human Histology
Dates: 2 weeks of 5 days  (Required to attend 10 Days of AP Lectures)

Locations: England, Chile

Course Fees:  500
1. Scientific Study Hours:  100 Hours of Scientific Health Sciences Study (Over 6 months)
2. Classroom Lecture Hours:  6 Units: 60 Hours in 80 Lessons ( 45 min.) (Over 10 Lecture Days)

 

PD-ADV

Module Subjects

  Pathology
Dates: 2 weeks of 5 days  (Required to attend 10 Days of PD Lectures)

Locations: England, Chile

Course Fees:  500
1. Scientific Study Hours:  100 Hours of Scientific Health Sciences Study (Over 6 months)
2. Classroom Lecture Hours:  6 Units: 60 Hours
in 80 Lessons ( 45 min.) (Over 10 Lecture Days)

 

 

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