Learn and remember the Foundations of Health Science through proven and highly effective applied mnemonic techniques.
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Meeting the demand of students and educators nationwide, the Dean Vaughn Total Retention System™: Foundations of Health Science, combines the content of our innovative and dramatically effective Medical Terminology 350 and our Basic Human Anatomy courses.
Unique learning experience
Combining the natural learning process of the brain with complex medical elements into crazy, fantastical, yet familiar images of real objects – each subject becomes incredibly easy to learn and remember!
This is the perfect solution for those seeking to master medical terminology and learn the principal parts of all the major systems of the adult human body at the same time. It combines visual and audio cues to help break down medical terminology, parts of the human body, and anatomical location.
- Hours of fully transcribed, subtitled videos
- Targeted and focused explanations
- Interactive learning activities
- Reinforcement assessments
- Medical terminology structure and combining forms
- 150+ universal medical terms
- Prefixes, roots, and suffixes
- Anatomical terms, locations, positions, and directions
- Function and structure, diseases and disorders, and associative
- Medical terminology of each principal body system
- Names and anatomical locations of all major body parts
Delivered in a browser-based, interactive, online course. Access lessons anywhere you have internet access, on our reliable, accessible platform.
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