Anatomy, Physiology, & Disease: Foundations for the Health Professions https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1264130155.jpeg 3 2023 9781264130153 Roiger and Bullock’s unique pedagogical and visual approach helps students make the important connections between systems and learn how the body functions normally in homeostasis, and how disruption of homeostasis leads to disease and disorder. With a straightforward, engaging writing style, the authors explain difficult concepts in the context of routine activities, making concepts easier to grasp. Measurable learning outcomes throughout the textbook, workbook, and digital learning and assessment program help direct students through the content so there are no surprises. Anatomy, Physiology, Disease requires no prior knowledge of chemistry or cell biology, and is designed for an anatomy and physiology course or an anatomy, physiology, and pathology course. It is neither too high nor too low and can be customized to accommodate the organization of individual courses.
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Anatomy, Physiology, & Disease: Foundations for the Health Professions

Anatomy, Physiology, & Disease: Foundations for the Health Professions, 3rd Edition

ISBN10: 1264130155 | ISBN13: 9781264130153
By Deborah Roiger, Nia Bullock

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Roiger and Bullock’s unique pedagogical and visual approach helps students make the important connections between systems and learn how the body functions normally in homeostasis, and how disruption of homeostasis leads to disease and disorder. With a straightforward, engaging writing style, the authors explain difficult concepts in the context of routine activities, making concepts easier to grasp. Measurable learning outcomes throughout the textbook, workbook, and digital learning and assessment program help direct students through the content so there are no surprises. Anatomy, Physiology, Disease requires no prior knowledge of chemistry or cell biology, and is designed for an anatomy and physiology course or an anatomy, physiology, and pathology course. It is neither too high nor too low and can be customized to accommodate the organization of individual courses.

1 The Basics
2 Levels of Organization of the Human Body
3 The Integumentary System
4 The Skeletal System
5 The Muscular System
6 The Nervous System
7 The Nervous System—Senses
8 The Endocrine System
9 The Cardiovascular System—Blood
10 The Cardiovascular System—Heart and Vessels
11 The Lymphatic System
12 The Respiratory System
13 The Digestive System
14 The Excretory/Urinary System
15 The Male Reproductive System
16 The Female Reproductive System
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About the Author

Deborah Roiger

Deborah Roiger has taught for 12 years in the Minnesota State Colleges and University (MNSCU) system of 32 state-sponsored technical colleges, community colleges, and universities. She was voted instructor of the year in 2007 by the students at St. Cloud Technical College, received five awards for excellence by MNSCU for projects she developed, and was named educator of the year in 2009 by the MNSCU board of trustees. Deborah’s development of digital resources for teaching anatomy and physiology online also earned an Innovation of the Year award in 2009 from the League for Innovation in the Community College. She has presented her work in the development of anatomy and physiology resources at four national conferences. Deborah is the author of Anatomy & Physiology: Foundations for the Health Professions and its accompanying workbook. She is a member of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS), American Academy for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), and National Science Teachers’ Association.

Nia Bullock

Dr. Nia Joyner Bullock has 13 years of teaching experience in private career colleges and universities. During her tenure at Miller-Motte College, she served in various professional capacities, including Academic Dean and Medical Assisting Program Director. She also teaches a variety of courses within the curriculum. Dr. Bullock has developed courses for the online division of the college and was instrumental in the implementation and use of various virtual training tools for allied health programs. She has made scholarly presentations at a number of scientific conferences and published articles and abstracts on maternal diabetes and its effects on embryonic heart development. She is a member of American Medical Technologists. Dr. Bullock lives in Simi Valley, CA, with her husband and two sons.

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