AN INTRODUCTION BASIC HUMAN ANATOMY
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This self-paced online course is an introduction to basic human anatomy and physiology. It discusses the tissues, structures and functions within the following human systems: integumentary, skeletal, muscular, digestive, respiratory, urinary cardiovascular, lymphatic, endocrine, and nervous. The material is presented in a practical manner. This course combines an interactive study experience using the convenience of the Internet. It is important that the participant study the internet links to the specific systems and view the educational videos to truly acquire the benefits of this online program.
OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Identify the levels of organization of the human body
- Understand the anatomical planes of the human body
- Identify the various organ systems of the body
- Recognize terms related to human bodyís anatomy
- Define anatomy
- Define the anatomical positions
CE CONTACT HOURS: 3
COURSE FEE: $24 (Group rates are available upon request. Contact .)
WHO MAY TAKE THIS COURSE: Clinical laboratory scientists (medical technologists, medical laboratory technicians, phlebotomists, certified phlebotomy technicians (CPT), students, medical assistants, and other medical professionals). The course is perfect for non-medical professionals (college students) who want to learn anatomy and for those who wish to pursue a career in the healthcare or pharmaceutical industries.
AVAILABILITY: Upon Demand
PRESENTATION METHOD: This downloadable course is in PDF format.
TEACHING METHOD: This is a self-paced course.
DURATION: All course requirements must be completed within 6 months of enrollment.
METHOD OF COURSE GRADING: Pass/fail grading system. Course examination is multiple choice and true/false statements. When a score of less than 70% is received, the examination may be taken one time without charge. Contact: for further information regarding additional retakes of the examination.
METHOD OF COURSE EVALUATION: After successful completion of the course examination, a course evaluation must be submitted to .
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION: Upon completion of the course content, examination with a passing grade of 70% and evaluation, student will receive a certificate of completion.
REQUIRED COURSE MATERIALS: All readings are incorporated in the course.
SUGGESTED COURSE MATERIALS: There are none.
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AUTHORíS BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION: Faye Battiste-Otto, RN
Course Procedure from start to completion.
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