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Advanced Clinical Pathophysiology (NUR 6951)

By Chris Henshaw

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Summer 2010. Investigates human responses to stress and disease by analyzing selected clinical cases, comparing study findings with accepted health states, and applying research based diagnostic methods. In-depth study of a pathophysiologic condition selected by the student enhances integration of concepts learned by presentation, discussion, and literature review.

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Phenomenal nurse educator

Thanks for uploading this set of lectures for master’s level audience. Excellent nurse educator and skilled lecturer. Profoundly helpful for taking patho online (much more accessible lectures than the voiceover content from my university). The stories from practice make the content stick.


This instructor is absolutely amazing! Thank you so much for this podcast. The only other thing that would make it better is if I could print the PowerPoints. Her lectures are so informative!

Excellent supplement

I’m taking an online Advanced Pathophysiology course for Nurse Practitioner and these lectures have been a great supplemental learning tool for me. I listen to them in the car, while taking walks, anywhere I can! The professor is well spoken and explains things well. A sincere thank you to her.

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