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Using an anatomy and physiology systems approach, this course reviews common terms associated with medical practice, research, and different healthcare settings. The goal: to better prepare individuals to be productive in healthcare work environments. Students should be able to decipher an entry in a medical chart or record and know how to approach and read unfamiliar terms. Students complete the course within the 4 week section in which they are enrolled.

Other Credits : BRN: 18 hours CE credit.

  • NOTE  Book required. Prerequisite for Professional Certificate in Clinical Trials Design and Management; may be waived (if you can read a medical chart, you do not need this course). Required for these additional certificate programs: Lactation Consultant; Medical Writing; and Medical Coding.

  • COURSE NUMBER  FPM-40632
  • CREDIT  1.50 unit(s)


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