Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Define what a “model” is in your own words,,,

  • Identify two pros and two cons of using models,

  • Identify a model that you have used in the past to view or understand your body

  • Describe the three guiding principles of Integral Anatomy in your own words,

  • Describe the onion-tree model of Integral Anatomy by describing what the onion and trees represent.

Course Curriculum

    1. About This Course

    2. Course Materials

    3. Q&A

    1. Module Overview

    2. What's a Model?

    3. Models of Anatomy: Integral Anatomy vs. Regional Anatomy

    4. Review

    5. Module Summary

    1. Module Overview

    2. Guiding Principle 1: Remember the Whole

    3. Guiding Principle 2: Look for Continuities, Relationships, and Connections

    4. Guiding Principle 3: Start with the Individual

    5. Review

    6. Module Summary

    1. Module Overview

    2. The Onion-Tree Model

    3. Appreciation

    4. Review

    5. Module Summary

    1. Final Review Quiz

    2. Course Conclusion

About this course

  • 21 lessons