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INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

The main aim of this course human anatomy and physiology for nurses is designed to help nurse students to learn and understand how the human body is organized and function. Equipping the student nurse with the knowledge of anatomy and physiology will further assist the student in understanding what happens and what to do when the body is injured, diseased or placed under stress. This teaching and learning material for nursing students at a diploma level is prepared in line with this concept.

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The main aim of this course human anatomy and physiology for nurses is designed to help nurse students to learn and understand how the human body is organized and function.

Equipping the student nurse with the knowledge of anatomy and physiology will further assist the student in understanding what happens and what to do when the body is injured, diseased or placed under stress.

This teaching and learning material for nursing students at a diploma level is prepared in line with this concept.

Course Curriculum

INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYFREE 03:00:00
This unit is about human anatomy and physiology which is the study of structures that make up the body and how those structures relate with each other and physiology is the study of how the body and its part work or function.
INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY10, 00:00
CELL 03:00:00
This unit is about acell and its structure, which is the basic living structural and functional unit of the body.
TISSUES & MEMBRANES 04:10:00
This unit is about tissue which are highly organized units and membrane which are thin pliable layers of epithelial and/or connective tissue.
TISSUES & MEMBRANES10, 00:00
THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM AND THE SKELETAL SYSTEM 05:50:00
This unit is about the integumentary system which consist of the skin and its derivatives, The skeltal system which includes bones, joints, cartilages and ligaments.
THE INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM AND THE SKELETAL SYSTEM10, 00:00
DESCRIPTION AND FUNCTIONS OF FACIAL BONES 04:10:00
This unit is about the Description and function of Facial bones and other types of bones.
DESCRIPTION AND FUNCTIONS OF FACIAL BONES10, 00:00

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