This class was tough.
I would recommend this because she is an excellent teacher who has a ton of knowledge in the field of study. She answers questions effectively and pushes us really hard because it is a very important class. I mean this is the class that is the building block for health care/medical field. She did a great job. You will find ways to study effective for her exams. She is tough and very demanding, but of course, rightfully so.
I can write a book on what we learned in this class. First, we had to get the basics down of anatomy and physiology. Started off small with learning about the bones and structures and the science behind it. Second, we got more in-depth about movements of the body parts and learning more basic physiology with "Ligand-Receptor-Response" which is how our body responses to internal and external environments. Lastly, we got way more in-depth with the main systems of the body which is Urinary, Reproductive (male/female), Parturition (Pregnancy and Birth), Cardiovascular, Digestive, etc. There are a ton of very important information and it is very interesting on how the body responses and works together. I highly recommend this course for anyone who is interested in the medical field or just wants to learn about the human body because it is very interesting.
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The advice I would give people who are considering this course is study everyday and don't just study the slides because the slides are only going to give some basic information at times, you need to REALLY, REALLY, REALLY, understand the concepts. It might sound very confusing at first or for awhile, but it all comes together. She is going to push you hard to understand it because it is so very vital to the medical field.