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Anatomy & Physiology: Exchange and Energy (Coursera)

Apr 15th 2024
Anatomy & Physiology: Exchange and Energy (Coursera)
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The course of the second A&P specialization continues a systems-based approach to human anatomy and physiology at the organ, organ system, and organism level. Two major body systems related to gas exchange and energy consumption will be explored in detail: the respiratory and digestive systems.

Anatomy & Physiology: Fluids, Transport, and Defense (Coursera)

Apr 15th 2024
Anatomy & Physiology: Fluids, Transport, and Defense (Coursera)
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This course in the second A&P specialization uses a systems-based approach to human anatomy and physiology at the organ, organ system, and organism level. Two major body systems related to fluids and transportation will be explored in detail: the cardiovascular and lymphatic/immune systems.

Anatomy & Physiology: Filtration and Reproduction (Coursera)

Apr 15th 2024
Anatomy & Physiology: Filtration and Reproduction (Coursera)
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This course of the second A&P specialization concludes with a systems-based approach to human anatomy and physiology at the organ, organ system, and organism level with the major body systems related to blood filtration and continuity of life: the urinary and reproductive systems.

Fundamental Human Physiology in Sports Medicine (Coursera)

This is a course on fundamental sports-related musculoskeletal anatomy which provides students with a basic understanding of the musculoskeletal structure and function of different body regions. Topics include an overview of the musculoskeletal system, spine, upper limb, and lower limb.

Medical Terminology, Anatomy, and Physiology Fundamentals (Coursera)

Apr 8th 2024
Medical Terminology, Anatomy, and Physiology Fundamentals (Coursera)
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In this Introduction to Medical Terminology and the Human Body course, you will learn about the medical language that is used to describe the human body. Throughout each Lesson, the roots of terms are explained to help students understand how medical terminology works in healthcare and to increase their [...]
Apr 8th 2024
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Anatomy & Physiology: Regulation, Integration, & Control (Coursera)

Apr 8th 2024
Anatomy & Physiology: Regulation, Integration, & Control (Coursera)
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This course continues the systems-based approach to human anatomy and physiology at the organ, organ system, and organism level. Two major body systems related to regulation and integration of information will be explored in detail: the nervous and endocrine systems. Course material will cover both the structure (anatomy) and [...]

Anatomy & Physiology: Levels of Organization (Coursera)

Apr 8th 2024
Anatomy & Physiology: Levels of Organization (Coursera)
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This course will provide a basic introduction to the human body. It will examine common organizational patterns and terms in anatomy. It will also provide a micro-level view of essential elements and compounds at the atomical and molecular level before expanding to the cellular and tissue levels. Finally, we [...]

Renal, Gastrointestinal and Endocrine Systems (edX)

The renal, gastrointestinal and endocrine systems are key body systems, essential for normal human health. Learn how these systems work together to maintain homeostasis. Comprehending the complexity and integration of the human body systems is the core to learning human physiology.

Human Anatomy and Physiology II (edX)

The second of two Anatomy and Physiology courses advances your knowledge of structure, function and interdependence of human body systems. Learn about the endocrine, circulatory, immune, respiratory, digestive, excretory and reproductive systems.

Human Anatomy and Physiology I (edX)

Examine the structure, function, and interdependence of the human body system. You’ll discover and gain significant knowledge of four of the 11 body systems including the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems.