PATH 1016 Pathology I Course Outline Winter 2016

PATH 1016 Pathology I Course Outline Winter 2016 - COURSE...

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COURSE NAME: Pathology & Therapeutics I PAGE: 1 COURSE CODE: PATH 1016 COURSE OUTLINE SALLY HORSFALL-EATON SCHOOL OF NURSING COURSE NAME: Pathology & Therapeutics I COURSE CODE: PATH 1016 CREDIT HOURS: 42 hours (3 hrs x 14 weeks) PREREQUISITES: Successful completion of all semester one courses COREQUISITES: None PLAR ELIGIBLE: YES ( ) NO ( x) EFFECTIVE DATE: September 2016 through August 2017 PROFESSOR: Sharla Adams OFFICE #: 702 by appointment PHONE: (416) 415-5000 Ext 5830 EMAIL: [email protected] NOTE TO STUDENTS: Academic Departments at George Brown College will NOT retain historical copies of Course Outlines. We urge you to retain this Course Outline for your future reference. EQUITY STATEMENT: George Brown College values the talents and contributions of its students, staff and community partners and seeks to create a welcoming environment where equity, diversity and safety of all groups are fundamental. Language or activities which are inconsistent with this philosophy violate the College policy on the Prevention of Discrimination and Harassment and will not be tolerated. The commitment and cooperation of all students and staff are required to maintain this environment. Information and assistance are available through your Chair, Student Affairs, the Student Association or the Human Rights Advisor. George Brown College is dedicated to providing equal access to students with disabilities. If you require academic accommodations visit the Disability Services Office or the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Office on your campus. STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES: Students should obtain a copy of the Student Handbook and refer to it for additional information regarding the grading system, withdrawals, exemptions, class assignments, missed tests and exams, supplemental privileges, and academic dishonesty. Students are required to apply themselves diligently to the course of study, and to prepare class and homework assignments as given. Past student performance shows a strong relationship between regular attendance and success. FOR OFFICE USE ONLY ORIGINATOR:________Jennifer Cooke____________________________________December 2002_______ SIGNATURE DATE CHAIR:_______________Wendy Ellis _______________________________________September 2016______ SIGNATURE DATE DATE OF REVISION:___Sharla Adams_____________________________________ September 2016_____
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COURSE NAME: Pathology & Therapeutics I PAGE: 2 COURSE CODE: PATH 1016 COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course builds on the foundation of scientific knowledge learned in prior and concurrent anatomy, pharmacology and nursing courses. Pathophysiological processes will be examined at the cellular, tissue, organ and systemic level for common health conditions and diseases affecting adults and children. Students will learn to relate these pathophysiological processes to common manifestations, complications, diagnostic and therapeutic interventions for these conditions and diseases within the context of practical nursing.
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