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BIOL 121: Anatomy & Physiology I

By Rob Swatski

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Anatomy & Physiology I is an introductory overview of human biology, intended for pre-clinical Nursing and Allied Health majors who are in the early stages of their academic studies. Topics in this course include: basic body organization; functional biochemistry; cell biology and histology; the study of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, circulatory, lymphatic, and respiratory systems, with an emphasis on normal anatomy and physiology with some clinical applications. I create my own videos using iPad Pro, in which I explain and illustrate essential anatomy and physiology concepts in order to enhance students' learning in both the lecture and laboratory. Most of my videos are under 10 minutes in length. I'm currently in the process of re-recording previous videos, complete with my own digital illustrations. Look for my A & P I course to go Public on iTunes U in 2017, along with the publication of the first in a planned series of multi-touch books. I hope you find my videos a helpful addition to your introductory human biology studies! Your comments and feedback are always appreciated. I love hearing from students around the world who have benefited from my learning resources. Thanks for watching and best of success to you in your courses! Email - Website - Twitter - @ProfSwatski

Customer Reviews

Great Podcast

Way better than most. The speed you go through material is perfect. The sound quality is good (better than most) and unlike most you don’t waste 3-4 minutes each episode talking about yourself. Also, the podcast has picture as you go through and listen and using a pointer really makes it better for audio/visual learners. Wish I had this years ago.

Thank you!

Thank you so much for this podcast. I listen to them on my commute. It is been so helpful in learning in anatomy and physiology.


I listen to this while driving to and from my A&P1 class. It really helps prepare me for the lesson and cement in my mind what I’ve just learned. I don’t always have time/discipline to read the way I should so it really helps supplement that material I’m missing. Thank you for publishing these lessons, please keep doing so!