This course will cover a group of concepts that prepare the students for the material they will take in the medical college. Those concepts include:
1- Overview of anatomy and physiology, levels of structural organization (1st lecture)
2- Maintaining life (2nd lecture)
3- Homeostasis (3rd lecture)
4- The language of anatomy (4th lecture).
you will learn those concepts by watching videos which include a lot of media to enhance your understanding, and taking quiz to test what you learned after each lecture.
In the medical field, there are a lot of stuff that need memorizing, but in this course, i tried as possible i can to make you understand not memorize.
This course should take about 1 hour to finish. so, you can learn (any student, or premedical student) or review (medical student) the basic concepts quickly and thoroughly.
in this lecture, I will introduce some important point about the course, and starting with the overview of anatomy and physiology, then, i will talk about the levels of structural organization.
This quiz will test what you learned in the first lecture, which include: the anatomy and physiology definitions, the relationship between anatomy and physiology, and the levels of structural organization.
In this lecture, we will answer the simple question: what does the human being do to maintain his life.
This quiz will test what you learned in the Necessary Life Functions lecture.
the second part of this lecture, introduce the survival needs for body.
In this lecture, we will learn very important concept, which is the homeostasis, what is its importance, its components and how does the homeostasis mechanism work
in this lecture, i will teach you the anatomical position, and the directional terms.
In this lecture, i will teach you the body planes and sections and the body cavities.
this note gives you some important points about this course and other courses that follow it.
I am, Anas Idris, a medical student at Alfaisal University, which is the one of the best universities in medicine in the middle east. I'm very passionate to teach what I learned during my academic career. I want through my medical courses to simplify the medical concepts as possible as i can, and my goal is to make the student understand the concept not to memorize it.