This course presents the mechanics of how medical words are formed from combining forms, suffixes, and prefixes as the basis for understanding the meaning of traditional medical words.

Textbook: Medical Language by Susan Turley, RN, BSN.

1 credit


This course presents the anatomy and physiology of the four most common body systems: the gastrointestinal system, pulmonary system, cardiovascular system, and urinary system.

Textbook: Medical Language by Susan Turley, RN, BSN.


1 credit

This course presents the anatomy and physiology of several common body systems: the integumentary system (skin), skeletal system, muscular system, blood, immune system, and nervous system.

Textbook: Turley, Susan. Medical Language. Prentice Hall, 2007.


Credit:1 

This course presents the anatomy and physiology of several common body systems: the male reproductive system, female reproductive system, endocrine system, eyes, and the ENT system.

Textbook: Turley, Susan. Medical Language. Prentice Hall, 2007


Credit: 1

This course presents diseases of the gastrointestinal system, pulmonary system, cardiovascular system, and urinary system and how conventional, allopathic medicine deals with them.

Textbook: Turley, Susan. Medical Language. Prentice Hall, 2011 


Credits: 3

This course presents diseases of the male reproductive system, female reproductive system, and endocrine system, and blood and lymphatic systems, and how conventional medicine deals with them. 

Textbook: Turley, Susan. Medical Language. Prentice Hall, 2011.


Credits: 3

This course presents diseases of the integumentary system (skin), musculoskeletal system, eyes, ears, nose and throat, and nervous system and how conventional medicine deals with them. 

Textbook: Turley, Susan. Medical Language. Prentice Hall, 2011


Credits: 3




This course presents the anatomy and physiology of the mind, diseases of the mind and mental health issues, and how conventional medicine deals with them using diagnostic and psychiatric therapies. 

Textbook: Turley, Susan. Medical Language. Prentice Hall, 2007


Credit: 1

This course presents the anatomy and physiology of a normal and a cancerous cell, an overview of cellular abnormalities and types and cancer, and how conventional medicine deals with them using diagnostic procedures, medical procedures, radiation, and surgical procedures. 

Textbook: Turley, Susan. Medical Language. Prentice Hall, 2007


Credit: 1

This course presents an introduction to pharmacology that includes the historical use of drugs, the origin and content of drug laws, pharmacology vocabulary as used by pharmacists and healthcare professionals, and a comprehensive view of the drug categories and drugs being prescribed today in conventional medicine.   

Textbook: Turley, Susan. Understanding Pharmacology for Healthcare Profesionals, 3rd edition (Prentice Hall, 2003)


Credits: 3