Free Online Health & Medical Classes
Come to understand how the brain works in this course that focuses on how the human brain is affected and functions when healthy and diseased.
Dr. Dana Baldwin discusses behavioral disorders and their symptoms.
This course provides a survey of theories and etiology of abnormal behavior, descriptions of symptoms, and therapy techniques and theories of prevention.
A course on implementing healthy mental habits to benefit both professional and personal life.
This course examines the physical process of producing, propagating, and receiving human speech.
This series explains the physiological mechanisms behind common conditions nurses may encounter in the acute care setting.
During this course, you’ll look at effective counseling strategies in dealing with the impact and consequences of acute stress on victims, first responders, families, and more.
Understand the importance of addiction and neural aging in this course from The Open University.
Study the various aspects of adolescence and adolescent health in this course from Johns Hopkins University.
This self-study course covers adult vaccinations and why they are beneficial.
Graduate students utilize biology, ethology, sociobiology, and comparative psychology to explore advanced topics in the study of animal behavior.
This course combines biological knowledge with quantitative engineering principles to give students a better understanding of processes like metabolic engineering, protein production and more.
This is the second in a serious of two classes designed to teach students about the advanced practice role of Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist.
This course discusses emergency medicine practices developed for use in low-middle income countries (LMIC).
This course covers the normal physiologic and pathologic mechanisms of disease.
This course looks at the more advanced skills needed for Life Coaching –
This is an advanced course on the theory and treatment of substance abuse and addiction from Liberty University and uses both secular and biblical concepts of substance abuse and recovery.
Basic aerobic exercises are covered in this video podcast series from the Community College of Philadelphia.
Utilizing psychological, neurobiological, and sociocultural principles, undergraduate students study the intangible concept of feelings.
Explore the process by which humans recognize unspoken emotion in others.
This course covers peripheral afferent and efferent nerves.
Get an overview of HIV/AIDS in the United States and worldwide from this course.
A course on the the biological effects of alcohol on the body and the effects of chronic alcoholism including liver damage and fetal alcohol syndrome.
A self-study course that offers information about effective and affordable diagnosis for rhinitis in adults and children.
This course provides a fundamental introduction to bioinformatics.
In this course, the instructors provide tips and concepts for data collection form design.
This course seeks to define health informatics and discusses various health informatics technologies.
This course discusses the definition of health informatics, the fields evolution from its beginning to present day, and an overview of sub-categorizes within medical informatics.
See how food intersects with public health in this introductory food system course.
This course is a three-part lecture series discussing infections with Gram-negative obligate anaerobes.