|Introduction||Sensory system||Nervous system||Respiratory system||Cardiovascular System||Digestive system||Endocrine system|
|BIO:James Van Tassel has a degree in political science, and has been a registered nurse since 1989. He has worked at Southside Hospital, Central Suffolk Hospital, and IGHL. He was the director of nursing for the Epilepsy Foundation and has worked as a consultant auditor for the New York State Office of Mental Retardation and Development Disabilities. (OMR-DD) His interest in education led him to pursue a master's degree in education, from Dowling College (1996) and he is NYS certified.|
The website is divided into body systems, which is the way we will study them during the program. Each page has materials and notes from specific chapters in our text.
When you see the bullet symbolthat will let you know that these are notes from lectures or other word documents covering a specific chapter in the book. You may print these to bring to class or may use them to study at home.
Class meets 5 days a week, for classroom lecture. Class start promptly at 8 AM. All homework assignments are due at 8 am as you arrive to class; late homework will be marked down one grade.
There is a great deal to learn in Anatomy and Physiology. In order to succeed you will need to plan regular time to study, keep up on the chapter reading assignments, and prepare yourself for clinicals and for quizzes. Here are just a few suggestions to help you:
Best wishes and see you in class!