Health Science 1: The Whole Individual - Semester 1 and 2
We know the world is filled with different health problems and finding effective solutions is one of our greatest challenges. How close are we to finding a cure for cancer? What’s the best way to treat diabetes and asthma? How are such illnesses as meningitis and tuberculosis identified and diagnosed? Health Sciences I: The Whole Individual provides the answers to these questions and more as it introduces you to such health science disciplines as toxicology, clinical medicine, and biotechnology. Understanding the
value of diagnostics and research can lead to better identification and treatment of many diseases, and by learning all the pertinent information and terminology you can discover how this amazing field will contribute to the betterment human life in our future.
Identify career options within the field of health sciences and the typical work that each performs.
Analyze the importance of communication and leadership in the health sciences.
Explore the importance of research and diagnostics in treating diseases and illnesses.
Examine ethical and safety issues within the health sciences and how they are handled.
This is a 2 semester course, split at the midterm.
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