Assmnt, Dgnsis, Intgrtn, Refrl
Academic Term and Year
This course focuses on developing knowledge to promote the understanding of the changes in normal mechanical, physical, and biochemical functions that are caused by disease, trauma, or a dysfunctional physiological process. Specifically how these alterations produce pain and present to the clinician. Comprehensive knowledge of the pathophysiology associated with pain is the foundation of outstanding pain management. Content will be delivered via distance education in a combination of synchronous and asychronous activities. Students are required to complete all content and participate in all aspects of this course in order to be eligible to receive any credit.
Wallace, Melynda, "EDUC7222-01.Assmnt, Dgnsis, Intgrtn, Refrl.Su14.Wallace,Melynda" (2014). Syllabi. 8326.