Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology for beginners
What you'll learn
- At the conclusion of our course, students will be able to identify the systems of the Human Body, their basic operation and interaction with each other and what part of the body they occupy.
- At the end of our course, students should have gained basic knowledge of the Human Body and its component systems.
- An internet connection
- A willingness to learn
Struggling to learn Anatomy & Physiology? This course is for you!
Learn the basics of Anatomy & Physiology easily with this course, developed for beginners.
If you’re looking to learn the basics of anatomy, physiology and body systems you need to enrol in this course, you will receive unparalleled support from our team of experienced instructors who have over 30 years of experience in the medical field.
Course content and overview
This course covers everything you need to know including:
- Anatomical positions and terms
- Body systems
Bonus: Bleeding control course, learn how to apply first aid techniques to stop minor to severe bleeding! taught by emergency care professionals learn to Stop the bleed and Save a life!
Who this course is for:
- Students could be those wanting to become medical professionals, nurses, doctors, paramedics etc
- Anybody who wants to gain a basic insight into the Human Body.
I am an EMT with experience working in remote environments such as Nepal and Australia,providing medical care to the sick and injured.
I have undergone training to allow me to undertake more advanced procedures such as....
Intraosseous Vascular Access
Wound Management and closure (Suturing, Surgical staples, Surgical glue)
Low voltage rescue (LVR)
I have over 25 years pre-hospital care experience as a Paramedic on Ambulance, Fast Response vehicles, Helicopter and Lifeboat operations in the UK and Australia.
I have 4 years experience as a Paramedic Trainer/Assessor/Instructor and continue to provide high quality training to both the public and medical professionals including nurses, doctors, paramedics, first responders etc.