Found 14 courses
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medicine science health professions subject

English Language - Medical Terminology II

Theodora Tseligka-Gkaziani - Undergraduate - (A-)
Medical School, University of Ioannina

English Language - Medical Terminology II (Αγγλική Ιατρική Ορολογία II) is a course intended to help 1st year medical students with their studies in Medicine. The main purpose is to explore the basic medical terminology and develop primarily reading skills but attention is also paid to writing, speaking and listening. On completion of this course, students should be able to read and comprehend English medical journals and books from a wide range of specialisms (e.g. obstetrics, neurology, cardiology).

medicine science health professions subject

English Language - Medical Terminology I

Theodora Tseligka-Gkaziani - Undergraduate - (A-)
Medical School, University of Ioannina

English Language - Medical Terminology I (Αγγλική Ιατρική Ορολογία I) is a course intended to help 1st year medical students with their studies in Medicine. The main purpose is to explore the basic medical terminology and develop primarily reading skills but attention is also paid to writing, speaking and listening. On completion of this course, students should be able to read and comprehend English medical journals and books from a wide range of specialisms (e.g. obstetrics, neurology, cardiology).

medicine science health professions subject

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Not available Not available - Undergraduate - (A+)
Not available, TEI of Athens

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medicine science health professions subject

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Aristeidis Galiatsatos - Undergraduate - (A-)
Department of Dental Technology, TEI of Athens

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medicine science health professions subject

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Michael Zografakis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Nursing, TEI of Crete

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medicine science health professions subject

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Rikos Nikolaos - Undergraduate - (A-)
Nursing, TEI of Crete

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medicine science health professions subject

Biochemistry: Intermediary Metabolism

George Simos - Undergraduate - (A+)
School of Medicine, University of Thessaly

This course aims at understanding the essential metabolic functions of the human organism as well as and the molecular & biochemical basis of human diseases through analysis of • the mechanisms of production, consumption and storage of energy • intermediary metabolism of main biomolecules and its regulatory mechanisms The course consists of the following chapters: 01. Introduction to biochemistry, metabolism, metabolic diseases and metabolic regulation 02. Digestion and degradation of carbohydrates - Glycolysis 03. Gluconeogenesis and regulation of blood glucose levels 04. Citric acid cycle 05. Respiratory chain – Oxidative phosphorylation – ATP synthesis 06. Pentose phosphate pathway 07. Glycogen metabolism and glucose homeostasis 08. Glycolysis, metabolism and cancer 09. Digestion of lipids, degradation of fatty acids, ketone bodies. 10. Biosynthesis of lipids and regulation of their metabolism 11. Membrane lipids and structure of biological membranes 12. Cholesterol and lipoprotein metabolism 13. Digestion and degradation of proteins and amino acids, urea cycle 14. Aminoacid biosynthesis and heme metabolism 15. Nucleotide metabolims 16. Summary and integration of metabolism

medicine science health professions subject

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Michael Zografakis - Undergraduate - (A-)
Nursing, TEI of Crete

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medicine science health professions subject

Nursing introduction

Evangelia Kotrotsiou - Undergraduate - (A-)
Nursing Department, TEI of Thessaly

Introduction to the science of mental health nursing and a detailed description of mental disorders.

medicine science health professions subject

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Nikolaos Rikos - Undergraduate - (A-)
Nursing, TEI of Crete

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