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Anatomy & Physiology
This six-week online course begins
with an explanation of the nature of matter and a review of the
principles of chemistry that are important to human physiology.
We'll place an emphasis on the organization of the human body and
the differences between nonliving matter and living organisms. We'll
also cover cell anatomy and physiology because all life processes
are ultimately carried out at the cellular level. You'll also learn
principles of genetics and gain an understanding of how traits are
passed from one generation to the next.
After we've established this foundation, we'll survey the anatomy
and physiology of each of our 11 organ systems. You'll learn how our
nervous system allows us to receive, process, and interpret
sensation and send messages to our muscles and glands. We'll cover
the skeletal and muscular systems, learning how they make movement
possible, and also about some of their little-known but equally
This course explains how the
circulatory and respiratory systems work together to provide our
bodies with the oxygen our tissues need, and how they work together
with the skin and kidneys to rid our bodies of wastes. You'll learn
how our bodies fight off diseases, and how our digestive system
converts the food we eat into energy and the tissues of our bodies.
We'll also spend time on the endocrine system, which supplies the
hormones we need for our survival, and the reproductive system, that
group of organs that allows life to be passed on to another
We'll also discuss functions of the
different organ systems that you'll probably find surprising. In
addition, each lesson includes information about specific disorders
that sometimes happen to our bodies, and we'll also talk about some
recent advances in medicine. By the end of this course, you'll have
a greater appreciation and understanding of the marvelous complexity
of the human body!
This course includes a knowledgeable and
caring instructor who will guide you through your lessons,
facilitate discussions, and answer your questions. The instructor
for this course will be Holly Trimble.
ExpertRating Online Anatomy & Physiology Course
Holly Trimble has a bachelor's degree in physical therapy from the
University of Colorado and a master's degree in pediatric physical
therapy from Boston University. She completed an additional 15
credit hours in education at the doctoral level. She taught math and
science to sixth-graders for several years at a private school, and
also worked as a private tutor for children with learning
disabilities. She has lectured on health-related topics to all age
groups, from school-age children to adults, and has been a guest
speaker at colleges and universities including Wellesley College,
Boston College, MIT, and Boston University. She is also an adjunct
professor, teaching college-level anatomy and physiology courses
online and in the classroom.
Human Anatomy & Physiology Course requirements:
For taking this
instructor led ExpertRating Online Anatomy & Physiology Course you need
Internet access, e-mail, and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or
Mozilla Firefox Web browser.
The ExpertRating Online Anatomy & Physiology Course has received
overwhelming positive feedback and reviews from students around the
world. Here are a few:
always, I really enjoyed this course. I can't wait to take another class."
an MT for over 20 years, I found this course very enlightening. It also helped
as a refresher. I thoroughly enjoyed this class and will consider taking more on
line courses. As I am not a "classroom" person, this online course is the first
one I've taken and the best! The instructor was very knowledgeable and I enjoyed
how she interjected a little humor in the lesson also! Thank you for a wonderful
challenging course presented by the instructor in a manner that held your
interest. An outstanding experience!"
course! I took this course for very specific reasons, but I have been amazed at
how often the material has made a difference in my understanding of day to day
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did a great job of teaching this course and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I look
forward to continue taking more online courses in the future."
enthusiasm is infectious. The lessons were very understandable. I never thought
I could enjoy Biology so much! Thanks, Holly."
what a terrific instructor! You really made me stop and think about the subject
we were studying and not just gloss over the reading material. On more than one
occasion my jaw dropped because I was so amazed by some fact of information I
learned about our bodies in this class. I thoroughly enjoyed your class."
Trimble wrote in a style that was entertaining and easy to understand, yet not
so simple that I felt belittled. I could tell that she has high expectations for
her students. The material itself was very well organized, and I knew what to
expect in each chapter because of how consistent they were from lesson to lesson
(e.g., there were always 5 chapters, and chapter 5 was always about disorders of
that particular system). I would highly recommend Holly Trimble's course to
anyone who is interested in taking Anatomy/Physiology."
can not say enough good things about this course. The instructor is phenomenal.
She is an extremely knowledgeable & caring individual. She always responded to
any questions or comments within 24 hours. The reading material for the course
was so much more interesting than a standard textbook. I truly looked forward to
the release of each successive lesson. The mini quizzes tested your grasp of the
material and the assignments reinforced what you had learned as well as being
fun. The instructor had a knack for making learning a very challenging
subject-with tons of information-an absolute joyful experience. I would
absolutely recommend this course to anyone currently in or just entering the
health care field, or for that matter, to someone who just has an interest in
Anatomy & Physiology."
didn't realize how much I had learned until I happened to be watching a TV show
on PBS. I could actually understand what the scientists/doctors were talking
about and explaining. The show dealt with diseases of the brain and things that
can go wrong in the human body. I knew exactly what they were talking about
thanks to your course!"
enjoyed taking this class. I have a strong interest in science, especially the
human body. My full-time job is accounting, but I hope to go back to school to
become a nurse. I enjoyed reading the questions and the responses from the
teacher and the students. The answers were very clear and they were not too
technical to comprehend. Thank you for offering this course."
felt that Holly was a great instructor who interacted well with myself and other
students. She was very responsive to questions online and came across as upbeat.
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about your own body can be fascinating and the Human Anatomy and
Physiology course will help you do that.
Anatomy and physiology are closely
related fields of study: anatomy is the study of form, and
physiology is the study of function. Both of them are intrinsically
tied and are studied in tandem as part of a medical curriculum. This
valuable course will include topics like cellular metabolism,
tissues, skeletal system, and many more interesting concepts related
to your own body. You will learn about the structure and function of
the human body. This course would become more interesting if you
have a basic understanding of chemistry and biology. This
interactive course will cover even the microscopic details of the
human body including the structure and function of cells, membranes
The ExpertRating Human Anatomy and Physiology Certification course
is a comprehensive guide on human anatomy and physiology and it will
educate you about skeletal, muscular, nervous and cardiovascular
This first lesson
will introduce you to the fascinating subject of
human anatomy and physiology. Since chemical
reactions drive all of your bodies' functions,
you'll start by reviewing some basic chemistry.
Then this lesson will discuss how the human body
is organized and the four main types of
molecules it contains. It'll even touch on a
little history because humans used to have some
pretty funny ideas about living organisms.
Later, you'll learn why a living human being is
so different from one who's died. Finally, this
lesson will discuss homeostasis—that drive you
have to keep many different variables (like
temperature and blood pressure) within a narrow
range. By the time you're done with this lesson,
you'll be ready to learn more about the
structure and function of your bodies.
Friday - Lesson 02
living unit of the body is the cell, and
it's so amazing, it deserves a lesson of its
own. Even though almost all cells are
microscopic, they're jam-packed with many
different kinds of organelles and surrounded
by complex membranes. You'll be amazed at
their complexity as this lesson discusses
their different functions. It'll also talk
about how cells reproduce, and will finish
up with a discussion on cancer—which is cell
reproduction gone amok.
Wednesday - Lesson 03
This lesson will
tackle the subject of heredity. It's
probably the most technical of all the
lessons because it'll be exploring genetics.
You'll learn how genes determine your
physical and mental characteristics, and how
your parents' genetic material determine
these traits. You'll learn the important
differences between reproductive cells and
all of the other cells in the body. Then
this lesson will spend some time talking
about a man who lived in the 1800's—Gregor
Mendel, the Father of Genetics—because his
insights paved the way for our modern
understanding of heredity. After that, it'll
discuss some different genetic disorders as
you learn about specific mutations in the
genetic code that can cause problems.
Friday - Lesson 04
This lesson will move
on to the organ systems. It'll start with the
one that the instructor finds most
interesting—the nervous system. You'll learn how
it's organized, its different jobs, and the
structures that make thinking, feeling, and
moving possible. You'll also learn how the
nervous system works when you think you're in
danger or you've suddenly been affected by
physical pain. You'll use your knowledge about
chemistry in this chapter, too, as this chapter
talks about how nervous impulses are
transmitted. Finally, this lesson will talk
about some disorders of the nervous system—what
causes them and their effects.
Wednesday - Lesson 05-
Your bones have
several functions, and some aren't so obvious.
For example, did you know that red blood cells
are made in your bones? Or that bones store
minerals that are essential for the function of
your nerves and muscles? This lesson on the
skeletal system will explore the structure and
function of bones, and then it'll talk about
different types of joints and the amazing
structure of your spinal column. You'll learn
about some common disorders of this system and
what you can do to keep your bones strong.
Friday - Lesson 06
Like the skeletal
system, the muscular system is crucial for
movement, but it has other functions, too. This
lesson will discuss them in detail. Muscles are
also a lot more complicated than they appear, so
this lesson will spend some time talking about
both the structures that you can see and the
structures that you can't see without a
microscope. This lesson will go over some of the
specific muscles in the body and how they work
together to perform specific movements. You'll
also learn why even simple movements involve
chemical reactions and a close coordination
between this system and the nervous system. The
last chapter will look at several common
injuries to different parts of the muscular
Wednesday - Lesson 07
Lesson 7 will focus on
the respiratory system. As you're probably
aware, it's the group of organs that allow you
to get that crucial substance—oxygen—to all the
cells in your body. But your respiratory system
has some other functions that will be touched in
this lesson. You'll learn about the anatomy of
your respiratory organs and which muscles are
crucial for breathing. You'll also become aware
of the differences between ventilation, external
respiration, internal respiration, and cellular
respiration. And this lesson will talk about
some illnesses that could affect your
respiratory system, compromising your ability to
Friday - Lesson 08
There's so much to
learn about the circulatory system! Lesson 8
will explore the composition of blood, the
various blood cells, and the different kinds of
blood vessels in your body. Of course, the heart
is a crucial part of the circulatory system, so
this lesson will talk about its chambers,
valves, coronary vessels, and electrical system.
You'll learn how blood travels around the body
and its important functions. This lesson will
spend some time on two of the most common health
problems people experience—high blood pressure
and coronary artery disease. You'll finish this
lesson knowing the importance of taking care of
this organ system.
Wednesday - Lesson 09
In this very
interesting lesson, you'll learn all about the
disease-fighting ability of your body. Did you
know that your body is constantly bombarded with
germs that want to make you sick? Lesson 9 will
talk about that, as well as some of the many
ways your body fights back to keep you well. The
human body also has a system of vessels (similar
to blood vessels) called the lymphatic system.
This lesson will talk about its disease-fighting
role as well as some of its other functions.
You'll learn about some of the other organs in
your body that are involved in the battle
against disease. At the end this lesson will
talk about different ways the body's
disease-fighting ability can be compromised and
why sometimes the body turns on its own cells.
Friday - Lesson 10
Lesson 10 will take a
close look at two different organ systems—the
integumentary system (the skin) and the urinary
system. Both of these systems work to get rid of
waste products that would kill you if they were
allowed to build up in your body. You'll learn,
too, how important these two systems are in
maintaining homeostasis. This lesson will spend
quite a bit of time on the structure of these
two systems. People are often surprised to learn
how complex even the skin can be. And the
structures of the urinary system, particularly
the kidneys, are quite amazing. At the end of
this lesson, you'll learn about kidney failure
and the challenges of dialysis and kidney
Wednesday - Lesson 11
You'll never think
about food the same way again after this lesson
on the digestive system! Just writing about it
made the instructor want to be a bit more
careful about what she eats. You'll learn about
all the different structures involved with
converting food into the chemicals your bodies
need to grow, repair tissues, and carry on all
the functions of life. This lesson will also
discuss the role of the three main types of
foods and the importance of many different
vitamins and minerals. When you finish this
lesson, you'll understand the value of eating a
variety of foods and how good food choices will
enhance your health. This lesson will spend some
time discussing two common digestive disorders,
and then it'll talk about one of the most common
kinds of cancer—colon cancer.