Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology I
(90hrs, 6 credits)
This course provides an overview of human anatomy, physiology, and the pathologies relevant to each system. Topics include cell biology, the organization of cells into tissues, and microbiology. Selected body systems will also be examined.
Healing in Primary Health Care: Part II
(45hrs, 3 credits)
Pre-requisites: NURS 0112 Practical Nurse Practicum I
This course focuses on the promotive, restorative, preventative, and rehabilitative aspects of primary health care. Topics include the nursing role in care for clients with metabolic, hematological, immunological, genitourinary, reproductive, sensory and integumentary challenges. The practical nursing care of clients with cancer will be explored. A comparison of conventional beliefs and techniques of healing to the traditional systems of knowledge of Indigenous populations of the Northwest Territories will be examined.