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If you are struggling with the physiology part of your anatomy and physiology course, a new online course “30-Day Challenge: Craft Your plan for learning physiology” could be just what you are looking for.
Have you ever wondered what people are talking about when they refer to “physiologic cause and effect”? Physiologic cause and effect is a description of how the body’s 3 Master Controllers respond to any part of the system moving away from its normal set point.
Learn how the human body’s 3 Master Controllers coordinate its internal control of exercise, the fight-or-flight response, blood pressure, the structure of your living skeleton and much more. Come away with a strategy for learning the physiology of each body system regardless the order in which the systems are presented.
In “30-Day Challenge: Craft Your Plan for Learning Physiology” you will learn about:
Master Controller #1: The Nervous System & Its Partnership with Cardiovascular and Endocrine Systems
- Sensing the Internal & External World
- Somatic Motor Control – Skeletal Muscle
- Autonomic Motor Control – Smooth Muscle
- Brain’s Role in Exercise
- All 3 Master Controllers in Fight-Or-Flight Response
Master Controller #2: The Cardiovascular System & Its Partnership with the Nervous System and Endocrine System
- Body’s Liquid Recirculating System
- Heart – a Semi-autonomous Pump
- Nutrient/Waste Exchange
- Control of Blood Pressure
- Control of Blood Volume
Master Controller #3: The Endocrine System & Its Partnership with the Cardiovascular System and the Nervous System
- Endocrine Basics – Hormones and Receptors
- Endocrine Feedback Loops
- A Case Study – Live Bone
Crafting Your Plan for Tackling the Physiology of Any Anatomic System
The last module of “30-Day Challenge: Craft Your Plans for Learning Physiology” leads you through how to create your own strategy for learning physiology of every anatomic system using the information gained here about how the 3 Master Controllers work in partnership.
Over the course of her career she published her research findings about female reproductive disorders and cancers in top level peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Dr. Reece served 18 years as a Laboratory Director in clinical departments in New York and Massachusetts. Subsequently, until 2012, she served as Chief Scientific Officer for a biotechnology company in Upstate New York developing lead compounds for drug development.
Dr. Reece is presently CEO of Reece Biomedical Consulting LLC, a company dedicated to supporting undergraduate life science and graduate medical students in their efforts to master the complexities of human anatomy and physiology.by