The goal of this course is to describe the different forms of depressive disorders, pathophysiology, symptoms, and diagnosis as well as the conventional and integrative treatment approaches for depression.
The goal of this course is to describe the various types of therapeutic bodywork techniques and healing therapies.
The goal of this course is to review family and caregiver issues,
explain patient rights and the ethical principles of caregiving, and examine
behavioral, nutritional, and safety issues of caregiving.
The goal of this course is to provide an overview of the concept of
spiritual, conscious eating, examine the effects of unconscious eating
on the health of humans, animals, and plants, and provide guidelines.
The PALS course is designed for healthcare providers who act in participation or directing the resuscitation of children, who have different likely causes and methods to revive than adults. Techniques are applicable in or outside of the hospital setting.
The goal of this course is to identify the components of the brain and
their functions; differentiate the current theories of neuroplasticity,
neurogenesis, and epigenetics; and discuss the effects of physical
activity, nutrition, and mental stimulation.
The goal of this course is to provide an overview of PAHT, also called shaken baby syndrome.
The goal of this course is to examine the epidemiology of pediatric
death; differentiate between hospice, palliative, and end-of-life care;
explain important elements of symptom management.
The goal of this course is to provide an overview of global perinatal
issues, including the extent of the problem; maternal, newborn, and
child health issues; the global impact of maternal and child health on
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