This course offers instruction that leads students to be able to understand the causes and onset mechanisms of disease from the molecular to the systemic levels. In addition, students can acquire basic knowledge in such areas as human anatomy, human physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and microbiology, and they can learn how to apply this knowledge in patient care. In the research area, our main focus are to understand the cellular and molecular changes that happen during synaptic plasticity, using electrophysiological technique.
Basic Nursing Science I
Basic Nursing Science Lab I
Basic Nursing Science II
Basic Nursing Science Lab II
Basic Nursing Science III
Basic Nursing Science IV
Microbiology in Nursing
Advanced Basic Nursing Science
>>Basic Nursing Science I
It focuses on anatomical and functional studies of human body. This course offers a comprehensive study of human anatomy and physiology at the cell, tissue, nervous, muscle, endocrine system level of organization.
>>Basic Nursing Science Lab I
It focuses on anatomical study of human body. Laboratory exercises provide the real learning experience in any anatomy course and serve to illustrate, validate, and reinforce what you learn in lecture.
>>Basic Nursing Science II
This course includes the cardiovascular, immune, digestive, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive systems. As students learn about the function of these systems, they will also learn how these systems contribute to the function of the entire human body.
>>Basic Nursing Science Lab II
The course will help you understand human physiology. As students learn about the function of these systems, they will also learn how these systems contribute to the function of the entire human body.
>>Basic Nursing Science III
This course provides understanding of disease and its treatment, and an understanding of basic principles of pathology as the basis for nursing assessment and intervention. Major diseases will be explored, in part by using a conceptual approach.
>>Basic Nursing Science IV
This introductory course examines the principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics for major drug classes. Assessment and management of the therapeutic and toxic effects of pharmacologic interventions are emphasized.
>>Microbiology in Nursing
Provides the principles essential for understanding infectious diseases based on the host-parasite relationship in the human population.
>>Advanced Basic Nursing Science
This course provides an introduction to basic nursing science and aims at integrating knowledge of research in basic nursing science by reviewing research papers within neuronal physiology.
This course focuses on the understanding of the pathophysiological status of nursing clients. Students learn the physiological functions of human body and the etiology, pathogenesis, and functional alterations of a variety of systemic and organ specific human diseases.
This course focuses on the principles of clinical drug applications. Students cultivate the abilities to estimate the clinical effects of therapeutic drugs, and to design their proper-dosage regimens.