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    The class I looked most forward to in high school was Anatomy and Physiology. In my Anatomy and Physiology class, we covered the basics of Anatomy and Physiology as well as depending on the unit we were on, our teacher would give us a list of diseases we would be tested on. We had to know what the disease was, the symptoms associated with it, and the…

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    African American Disparity

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    these stolen bodies indicate how the subject of anatomy was once figured out through abusing mainly African Americans and dissecting their bodies. In comparison, African American prisoners were also used for anatomical dissection after being executed (123). These anatomical dissections show that the research done on the human body came about from a dark history that had multiple illegal actions in order to obtain information on subjects. The subject anatomy came about from the murder of many…

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    What am I going to do with my life? What am I going to major in? What do I want to be? Many people ask themselves these questions, especially students who are attending college for the first time. I was one of those students. After meticulous research on possible career paths based on my interests, I came to an answer for all of these questions--I desired to pursue a career in occupational therapy. It is an occupational therapist’s job to aid patients develop, recover, and improve skills needed…

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    Tech. I started off a medical assistant student. I was going to class on Mondays and Wednesdays. I went to class for six weeks, I learned a lot. In those six weeks I had three classes, Human Anatomy and Physiology I, Medical Terminology for Health Care, and Strategies for the Technical Professional. In anatomy and Physiology I we learned the human body using a systems approach, focusing on the integumentary system, bones and skeleton tissues, joints, and muscles, the nervous system, special…

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    Cadaver Observation

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    Cadaver Observation and Interaction The cadaver interaction is the last part of the HAPI lab. The cadavers are previously covered up until we reach this stage of the program to prevent undue distraction. We reveal the cadavers and students can come around to see how everything that we have observed and discussed fits and is connected in the human body (Figure 6). It is of critical importance to ensure that the students can not identify the cadavers. The face remains permanently covered and not…

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    am currently taking 4 out 10 ten prerequisites in my fall semester 2016 so for the the spring semester I am going to register for 5 classes. According to the KCC website information about the nursing program, ZOOL 141 (Human Anatomy and Physiology I), ZOOL 142 (Human Anatomy and Physiology II) and PHRM 203 which is a co requisite (General Pharmacology) this courses must be completed in the proper sequence. Also, ZOOL 141 has a ZOOL 141 Lab and ZOOL 142 has ZOOL 142 Lab so I am planning to all…

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    to evaluate, I thought of all of the things that I would want if I was a student. The ease of navigation, the available content, the accuracy of the content, and if the information is age appropriate. In my search, I came across the app called Anatomy and Physiology 3D Free: Anatomical Model of the Human Body. This was a free app that I was able to download within a few minutes on my personal iPad. Total size of the app is 723 MB. The web rating is 12+. A brief summary of the app was…

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    in undergraduate programs is essential for acquisition of anatomical knowledge. The weight of information the student must learn in a Human Anatomy course is a heavy burden and becomes increasingly cumbersome when the student has not developed the study skills to compensate for the immensity. Often students…

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    Progression Of Anatomy

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    James Alex Plunk FHS Sickness and Healing Cooper The Progression of Anatomy Anatomy is the study of the components that make up the human body. Throughout history, it has faced technological and social challenges that have hindered its growth and have resulted in various errors made by significant leaders in the world of medicine. The distinction between the eras of anatomical knowledge can be differentiated by the dominating theories of the times or their respective key medical figures. The…

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    Physician Career Goals

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    I am a compilation of firsts and I have never been more proud of this fact than I am now. To begin, I am the first of my immediate family to attend and graduate from a four year university. Both of my parents graduated from high school and then joined the United States Navy afterwards. While both gained a tremendous amount of knowledge throughout their career in the military and in life, neither had pursued a college education. My mother was the closest of the two. She was planning on attending…

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