Basic Neuroanatomy for the Non-Neurologists

Create a Practical Knowledge of Basic Brain Neoranatomy and Neuroscience
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Basic Neuroanatomy for the Non-Neurologists
New
Rating: 4.6 out of 5 (12 ratings)
559 students
Learn the basic neuroananotomy of the brain
Learn the different structures and functions of the brain
Learn examples of certain dysfunctional states of the brain
Case studies make the lectures interesting

Requirements

  • There only has to be a willingness and interest in learning more about basic neuroanatomy
  • Beginners are welcome!

Description

People who take this course will understand the basic neuroanatomy of the brain. They will learn the different parts of the brain along with their particular function. Case studies will also delve into dysfunctional states in the brain and their corresponding diseases.

All are welcome to take this course. It is fun and fast moving. After taking it, you will having a basic understanding of the brain and have fun learning about it.

What you will learn:

  1. Brain anatomy

  2. How the brain functions

  3. Difference between the central and peripheral nervous system

  4. Dysfunctional states of the brain

How this knowledge is useful:

  1. Increase clinical skills as a health professional

  2. Board exams for medical students, residents, and psychiatrists

  3. Great learning tool for EMS, nurses, and therapists

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone with a basic interest in the brain
  • Nurses
  • Medical students
  • EMS
  • Physical Therapists
  • Residents
  • Students

Course content

3 sections • 20 lectures • 1h 23m total length
  • Introduction
    01:06

Instructor

Board Certified Neurologist
Stephen Martino MD
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 102 Reviews
  • 3,782 Students
  • 4 Courses

Stephen Martino MD is a board certified neurologist trained at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Maryland Hospital. He has subspecialties in stroke neurology, neuromuscular disorders, and botox injection. He teaches medical school students and residents and has teaching appointments at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and Seton Hall University School Medicine. He has been named one of New Jersey's Top Docs, and lectures throughout the state.