Medical Investigation 101

Teacher: Russ
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0 FREE Course Intro: Why Take Medical Investigation 101 Course? 04:30

In this FREE lesson you will meet Dr. Hill, author of Medical Investigation 101 and course instructor. He will outline his goals for your learning in the course. Find out why YOU will benefit from investing your time and money on Medical Investigation 101.

1 Lesson 1: Introduction to Medical Investigation 101 14:16

Welcome to Medical Investigation 101. In Lesson 1 you will learn how the course is divided into three sections: Healthcare Careers, The Medical Examination, & Case Histories & Anatomy/Physiology. We also discuss the "Art" vs "Science" of medical practice.

2 Lesson 1 Support Materials Review 05:16

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3 Lesson 2: The Road to Your Medical Degree 11:08

Lesson 2 discusses the available paths on the road to a medical degree and the choices and training required to enter primary care, specialist, or even sub-specialist medical practice. We also learn how hybrid thinking, combining human intelligence with artificial intelligence, is affecting medical practice.

4 Lesson 2 Support Materials Review 04:29

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5 Lesson 3: Primary Care Docs 09:40

Lesson 3 teaches the role of primary care physicians and who fills that role. You will also learn about triage, treat, and refer. Finally, we will play the "Treat or Refer Game".

6 Lesson 3 Support Materials Review 03:41

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7 Lesson 4: Medical Specialists 08:40

Lesson 4 discusses the difference between primary care and specialists, and provides many examples of specialist roles to consider following medical school.

8 Lesson 4 Support Materials Review 03:46

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9 Lesson 5: Medical Sub-Specialties 06:17

Lesson 5 provides insights into additional training requirements to pursue a medical sub-specialty. Examples of sub-specialties are discussed.

10 Lesson 5 Support Materials Review 03:12

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11 Lesson 6: The Medical Support Team 13:37

The medical support team administers the majority of actual patient care. We discuss many good-paying career opportunities in healthcare that require significantly less training than medical school.

12 Lesson 6 Support Materials Review 03:07

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13 Lesson 7: Support Team Referrals 09:04

Lesson 7 demonstrates the process of physician referrals to support team experts in evaluation or treatment. You will act as the family physician and select the referral you think can best assist the care of your patients. At the end we will compare notes to see how you did.

14 Lesson 7 Support Materials Review 04:06

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15 Lesson 8: Introduction to Medical Diagnosis 04:32

Lesson 8 discusses the origin of of medical diagnosis and introduces the components of the medical examination leading to medical diagnosis. Finally we discusses the importance of both Science and Art in medical practice.

16 Lesson 8 Support Materials Review 03:46

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17 Lesson 9: The Chief Complaint 04:03

Lesson 9 discusses the importance of determining the chief complaint and asking lots of questions in order to direct the medical examination. We discuss the important questions that help guide us to a differential diagnosis.

18 Lesson 9 Support Materials Review 02:56

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19 Lesson 10: The Medical History 03:29

Lesson 10 discusses the importance of taking a good medical history and the type of questions asked to obtain vital information to your medical investigation.

20 Lesson 10 Support Materials Review 04:18

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21 Lesson 11: Review of Systems 06:30

Lesson 11 reviews the importance of ensuring the patient didn't leave anything out from their medical history by going over each body system with the patient. We also discuss the importance of using care when abbreviating when writing medical notes.

22 Lesson 11 Support Materials Review 03:02

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23 Lesson 12: The Medical Examination 09:07

Lesson 12 reviews the importance of reviewing each body system in the examination of any new patient. We also discuss the basic tools physicians use in their exam.

24 Lesson 12 Support Materials Review 03:39

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25 Lesson 13: The Differential Diagnosis 04:26

Lesson 13 reviews the importance and purpose of the "Differential Diagnosis" and compares it to a police line-up. We also discuss how it can be difficult to solve medical mysteries due to the extensive list sometimes encountered.

26 Lesson 13 Support Materials Review 04:24

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27 Lesson 14: The Diagnosis 04:50

Lesson 14 discusses the importance of making the correct diagnosis and the three classifications of diagnoses.

28 Lesson 14 Support Materials Review 05:02

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29 Lesson 15: SOAP Notes 05:56

Lesson 15 reviews the SOAP technique for notetaking on follow-up patients, and how SOAP notes help keep the physician organized and ready for each patient.

30 Lesson 15 Support Materials Review 03:35

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31 FREE Lesson 16: Introduction to Part 3 of Course 01:53

FREE Lesson 16 briefly describes what was taught in Parts 1 and 2 of Medical Investigation 101. It also summarizes the way in which lessons in Part 3 are organized and how they utilize the knowledge gained in Parts 1 and 2 of the course.

32 Lesson 17: Breathing Difficulty 06:50

Lesson 17 discusses a patient who presents with difficulty breathing. We work through our mental differential diagnosis and rule out until limiting of differential diagnosis to our final two possibilities, which are further analyzed in Lesson 18.

33 Lesson 17 Support Materials Review 04:36

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34 Lesson 18: Pulmonary Embolism 04:28

Lesson 18 further analyzes the final considerations from our differential diagnosis and develops a treatment plan for the patient.

35 Lesson 18 Support Materials Review 03:11

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36 Lesson 19: Abdominal Anatomy 04:35

Lesson 19 reviews the basic division of the abdomen into four quadrants and the structures within each quadrant. It stresses the importance of viewing the patient as though they were seen in a mirror.

37 Lesson 19 Support Materials Review 02:55

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38 Lesson 20: Abdominal Pain 07:21

Lesson 20 discusses a patient complaining of abdominal pain and leads an investigation to the source of the pain and plan to resolve the problem.

39 Lesson 20 Support Materials Review 03:58

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40 Lesson 21: Brief History of Microbes 08:25

Lesson 21 offers a brief history of how we came to understand microbes and how they adapt to changing environment. We explain why our evolutionary advantage does not work as well in our fight against pathogenic microbes as we might hope.

41 Lesson 21 Support Materials Review 05:05

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42 Lesson 22: Communicable Microbes 02:49

Lesson 22 discusses the types of microbes and methods by which they are communicated with others.

43 Lesson 22 Support Materials Review 03:03

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44 Lesson 23: Viral Infections 08:52

Lesson 23 introduces viruses as non-living microbes than require a host for survival. We introduce several common viral illnesses.

45 Lesson 23 Support Materials Review 02:51

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46 Lesson 24: Bacterial Infections 07:05

Lesson 24 discusses characteristics of bacteria that allow them to build immunity to our antibiotics. Common bacterial infections are introduced, but not all bacteria cause illness.

47 Lesson 24 Support Materials Review 03:37

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48 Lesson 25: Protozoan Infections 05:17

Lesson 25 discusses how protozoans differ from bacteria and viruses and introduces common illnesses caused by protozoans.

49 Lesson 25 Support Materials Review 02:53

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50 Lesson 26: Fungal Disease 05:26

Lesson 26 discusses how fungus differs from bacteria, virus, and protozoa. It introduces good and harmful fungus, and discusses the difficulty of treating fungal infections.

51 Lesson 26 Support Materials Review 03:54

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52 Lesson 27: Rib Area Pain 05:58

Lesson 27 reviews some reasons rib area pain occurs. It discusses the purpose of re-examining your patients whose illness does not follow the expected course. Together we find the clue that leads us to the diagnosis.

53 Lesson 27 Support Materials Review 03:10

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54 Lesson 28: Shingles 06:06

Lesson 28 discusses the relationship of Shingles and Chicken Pox. It suggests proper wound care to prevent spreading Chicken Pox from Shingles blisters. It reviews the importance of vaccination for prevention of Chicken Pox and Shingles. It encourages everyone to consider getting vaccinated against Chicken Pox or, if over 40 and having experienced Chicken Pox already, vaccination against Shingles.

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56 Lesson 29: Sore Throat 12:17

In Lesson 29 we evaluate a patient complaining of a sore throat. You have an opportunity to think about which tests to order and treatment plan to implement for this patient. We also discuss the reason we get a fever when we have an infection.

57 Lesson 29 Support Materials Review 04:49

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58 Lesson 30: The Role of Blood 09:28

Lesson 30 introduces the components of our blood and the function of each. You will learn how blood changes when we become ill. Finally, we answer the question of way blood looks blue through our skin, but red when we bleed.

59 Lesson 30 Support Materials Review 04:30

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60 Lesson 31: Emergencies 09:58

Lesson 31 is probably the most important lesson of the course. You will learn how to react should you come across an emergency situation. It also discusses current thinking about dealing with emergency patients in the field. This lesson can provide the knowledge you need to save a friend of family member.

61 Lesson 31 Support Materials Review 05:17

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62 Lesson 32: Chest Pain 09:32

Lesson 32 explains the many causes of chest pain and why finding the diagnosis as soon as possible can be critical.

63 Lesson 32 Support Materials Review 05:31

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64 Lesson 33: Chronic Disease Case Study 10:46

Lesson 33 demonstrates cross-referrals of a patient having chronic conditions of Type II Diabetes and Osteoarthritis. We discuss the implications of his diabetes on his arthritis treatment. Finally, we review how physicians monitor diabetic control in their patients.

65 Lesson 33 Support Materials Review 03:14

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66 Lesson 34: Diabetes 09:23

Lesson 34 discusses diabetes, how the incidence of diabetes is growing, and the cause. We also learn about insulin and glucagon, their functions and where they are manufactured. We distinguish between Type I and Type II diabetes. The many complications associated with poor diabetic control are reviewed. Finally, methods to minimize your risk for diabetes are provided.

67 Lesson 34 Support Materials Review 04:11

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68 Lesson 35: Shoulder Pain 12:31

Lesson 35 discusses the classification of pain by duration, and illustrates how symmetry and the pain scale are useful in the diagnostic process. We also focus on using the least expensive & least invasive test that will provide the required information while evaluating a case of shoulder pain.

69 Lesson 35 Support Materials Review 05:06

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70 Lesson 36: Joints 06:56

Lesson 36 describes types and composition of joints, and how bones are connected and joints destroyed.

71 Lesson 36 Support Materials Review 04:15

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72 Lesson 37: Fever & Cough 06:50

Lesson 37 investigations a patient who complains of fever and cough, two very common non-specific complaints physicians hear. We learn about an airborne illness that kills over a million people each year.

73 Lesson 37 Support Materials Review 03:47

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74 Lesson 38: How Organisms Become Drug Resistant 05:23

Lesson 38 discusses drug resistance and how organisms outsmart human science to develop resistance to the antibiotics we make to control them.

75 Lesson 38 Support Materials Review 04:41

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76 Lesson 39: Respiratory System 07:27

Lessons 39 discusses the phases and contents of the respiratory system. We discuss the content of air at sea level vs. mountain tops. Finally, we review the damage to the respiratory system caused by smoking.

77 Lesson 39 Support Materials Review 04:41

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78 Lesson 40: Abdominal Pain & Dark Urine 10:50

Lesson 40 follows a patient having complaints of pain with dark-colored urine through evaluation and diagnosis of a genetically transmitted disease. Who will give the patient the bad news?

79 Lesson 40 Support Materials Review 03:19

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80 Lesson 41: Urinary Tract 09:34

Lesson 41 reveals the purposes for continually filtering blood through our kidneys. We discuss the mechanisms that control when we empty our bladder. We review the path from urine production to elimination. Lastly, we review what happens when your bladder sphincter fails.

81 Lesson 41 Support Materials Review 05:04

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82 Lesson 42: Weak & Dizzy 11:06

Lesson 42 provides an example of a patient presenting with the dreaded "Weak & Dizzy" chief complaint. We address the importance of re-examining the patient when progress is not forthcoming. We diagnose a case of chemical toxicity by noting Mee's lines.

83 Lesson 42 Support Materials Review 05:52

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84 Lesson 43: Environmental Toxins 12:35

Lesson 43 discusses potential dangers in our everyday environment. We remind of the balance between advantages and potential dangers of new technologies. We wonder whether we should be optimistic about the future of our environment.

85 Lesson 43 Support Materials Review 05:54

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86 Lesson 44: Bacterial Foodborne Illness 09:03

Lesson 44 illustrate the types of organisms causing 'food poisoning'. It relates how our foods become contaminated. Finally, we discuss the various bacteria causing bacterial foodborne illness.

87 Lesson 44 Support Materials Review 05:24

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88 Lesson 45: Viral Foodborne Illness 05:54

Lesson 45 review how our food become contaminated to cause foodborne illness. It reports on two viruses, one of which causes about half of all foodborne illness worldwide.

89 Lesson 45 Support Materials Review 03:53

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90 Lesson 46: Parasitic Foodborne Illness 06:51

Lesson 46 reviews the causes of foodborne illness, how food becomes contaminated, and the parasites that cause foodborne illness.

91 Lesson 46 Support Materials Review 04:06

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92 Lesson 47: Preventing Foodborne Illness 05:55

Lesson 47 reviews methods of food contamination and details things everyone can and should do to prevent food poisoning from occurring at home.

93 Lesson 47 Support Materials Review 03:35

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94 Lesson 48: Foodborne Pathogen Case Study 05:12

Lesson 48 tracks a patient who becomes ill following poor food handling choices. You help make the diagnosis by using the analytical skills you have learned.

95 Lesson 48 Support Materials Review 04:01

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96 Lesson 49: When & Where Do Doctors Help? 04:02

Lesson 49 discusses where physicians most frequently practice their skills and how they are able to treat complex mysteries rapidly. Doctors take an oath to help whenever their skills are required.

97 Lesson 49 Support Materials Review 03:25

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98 Lesson 50: Head Injury 08:26

Lesson 50 demonstrates how physicians can be called upon at any time to help. This case involves a basketball player who suddenly becomes unconscious with fixed & dilated pupils. What should you, the physician, do?

99 Lesson 50 Support Materials Review 04:58

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100 Lesson 51: The Eye 13:33

Lesson 51 considers how our eyes see light, not images, and how vision is coordinated between our two eyes and our brain. It also covers things that can go wrong wrong at each step along the way.

101 Lesson 51 Support Materials Review 05:05

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102 Lesson 52: The Brain 09:36

Lesson 52 reveals the basic gross structure of the brain and their functions. It also mentions two ways a stroke can inhibit the brain's ability to carry out its jobs. Finally, we discuss the unreliable concept of right vs left brain.

103 Lesson 52 Support Materials Review 04:17

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104 Lesson 53: How Your Brain Works 06:42

Lesson 53 enlightens you about what occurs within the cells of your brain, the basic electro-chemical process and how insulators protect us from signals traveling down the wrong path. Finally, we discuss the concept of 'backpropogation'.

105 Lesson 53 Support Materials Review 03:49

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106 Lesson 54: Normal or Abnormal? 04:52

Lesson 54: Normal does not happen by accident; everything measurable has a control. We use the analogy of our home furnace to demonstrate open vs closed loop systems and compare them to the manner in which our own bodies maintain a regulated temperature.

107 Lesson 54 Support Materials Review 03:35

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108 Lesson 55: Final Case 06:34

In Lesson 55 we look back at the challenge to teachers presented by John Dewey. Then we evaluate where we began in the treatment of cancer compared to where we may be going in the treatment of this disease and many others.

109 Lesson 55 Support Materials Review 05:39

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110 Lesson 56: Circle of Life 03:38

In Lesson 56 we reveal the difficult discussions physicians have with patients and their families about end of life decisions. We strongly recommend have a medical directive so our family is not place in that difficult position of trying to figure out what you would have preferred.

111 Lesson 56 Support Materials Review 04:33

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112 Lesson 57: Post-Script and Final Exam 01:18

Congratulations on successfully completely Medical Investigation 101! The final exam allows you to determine how well you learned the material in the clinical portion of this course. Regardless of your future career, you have learned skills that will impact the way you analyze problems moving forward. Thank you for allowing me to share my insights with you. Your certificate of completion is attached.

The Medical Investigation 101 course emanated from the book "Medical Investigation 101: A Book to Inspire Your Interest in Medicine and How Doctors Think", co-authored by Dr. Russ Hill, a retired Podiatrist and currently certified public school teacher in Southern California, and Dr. Richard Griffith, a retired medical school teacher.  Enjoyed by doctors, lawyers, nurses, and students from grades 6 to 14 (that's right, community college), you can find Medical Investigation 101 and its supporting curriculum on Amazon.com. 

When Dr. Griffith and I began collaborating, our goal was to produce a book useful for my students' classes about medical investigation that had no textbook. That collaboration lasted almost two years by email, as Dr. Griffith lives in Vermont while I reside in California. Upon completion of the book I set out to develop the supporting materials necessary to assist students' focus and retention of the important concepts presented and provide an interactive learning experience. Over the past two years my students have given a firm "thumbs up" and my course remains very popular on our campus. 

We welcome you to the challenging world of medical investigation. The role of the physician, when our bodies do not feel right, cannot be over-dramatized, since medical decisions can literally influence "life and death".  In this course you will learn the language of medicine, essential for understanding how doctors investigate problems; a positive side effect enhances your ability to better communicate with your own doctor. 

Medical Investigation 101 is divided into three sections. In the first section you will learn about the various types of physicians available to solve the multitude of known medical conditions. You also learn about many members of the medical support team. It takes an entire team to make healthcare work. Although physicians are the team leaders, members of the support team carry out most of the actual health care. Many excellent career opportunities of the future reside under the umbrella of healhcare.

In Part 2 we delve into the medical examination. Every doctors learns, as part of his or her medical school training, the same systematic approach to evaluating a patient. This organized method can be used in any situation, whether pertaining to healthcare or any challenge requiring careful consideration. You will have an opportunity to utilize this method of analysis as you proceed into section three.

Part 3 of the course places you in the role of the physician, taking information from the patient, selecting useful tests, and forming your diagnosis. You investigate cases involving injury, genetic disorder, infection, chronic disease, and more. We review the related anatomy pertaining to each patient's case. Finally, we take a peek into the future of medical investigation and diagnosis; the future looks very bright in this regard.

We hope that when you complete this course of 56 lessons, including video lessons and reviews, vocabulary matching activities, crossword puzzles, review questions, quizzes, midterm and final exams, including answer keys, you will have a better understanding of your own body, how sickness and injuries are investigated and diagnosed, and how the practice of medicine is likely to change in the future. We also hope you learn to utilize the analytical approach to problem-solving presented here, as the important life decisions you make deserve thoughtful analysis. Finally, we hope to inspire YOU to consider a career in healthcare. As the world population continues to increase, the need for healthcare workers of all types increases. There will always be a need and a job. So let's get started!

 

Medical Investigation 101 includes:

  • 56 Video Lessons
  • 56 Video Review Lessons
  • over 11 hours of Video
  • over 75 Vocabulary Matching Activities/ Crossword Puzzles
  • over 75 Matching/Crossword Answer Keys
  • 56 Review Question Worksheets
  • 56 Review Question Answer Keys
  • 56 Review Quizzes
  • 56 Quiz Answer Keys
  • 1 Midterm Examination (cumulative for sections 1 & 2)
  • 1 Final Exam (cumulative for section 3)

Optional Book, Supplementary Workbook & Teachers Edition Workbook available at Amazon.com:

Medical Investigation 101 Book

Medical Investigation 101 Workbook

Medical Investigation 101 Teacher's Edition Workbook

 

Should you wish to review exactly all that's included in Medical Investigation 101, please review the complete Table of Contents located in the documents section of the FREE Introductory Lesson.

 

 

 

 

 

  • Teacher: Russ
  • Areas of expertise: Medical Science, Human Anatomy & Physiology, Pathophysiology
  • Education: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Medical Science, Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, California Teaching Credential
  • Interests: Writing, Travel, Sports, Music, Inventing, Electric Cars, The Environment
  • Skills: Teaching, Innovation, Bass Guitar
  • Associations: California Teachers Association
  • Issues I care about: Fossil Fuel Use Reduction, Saving our Environment, Restoring our Oceans, Respect for Cultural Diversity

Hi! I'm Dr. Russ Hill, retired Podiatrist and currently a public school teacher. Medical Investigation 101 is designed for anyone grade 6 and above, including adults, who wish to better understand how doctors solve the medical mysteries we all experience. You will learn medical terminology, insights into the process of making a diagnosis, available careers in healthcare, and develop the ability to better communicate with your own physician, even if a medical career is not your goal. Thank you for considering Medical Investigation 101.

Medical Investigation 101 Teacher's Edition

Medical Investigation 101 Workbook

Medical Investigation 101

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Cumulative Examination covering Lessons 1 through 15.

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Lesson 57, Final Examination (Lessons 17 - 56)

A 35 question multiple choice cumulative examination covering Lessons 17 through 56.

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