There will be a 1-week INTENSIVE in the second half of May.
Everyone needs a basic understanding of normal human health and the processes of disease to be able to identify and react to emergent situations. This course gives students an overview of practical anatomy and physiology in the context of common disease processes. Students will be introduced to patient assessment skills, physical exam, first aid principles, and the sequence of an emergency response. At the conclusion of the course, students will be certified in CPR and First Aid (by EMS Safety).
Note: DIU tuition does not include a required fee estimated to be about $65 for the formal CPR training and certification. Students enrolling in this course will pay this separate fee when registering for this course.
Course DetailsLevel: Undergraduate
Credit hours: 3
Term(s) course is offered: MayExt - Even numbered years
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