30-Day Challenge: Craft Your Plan for Learning Physiology

A simple formula for getting past your anxiety that human physiology is too hard to learn!

Do You Study Hard, But Your Grades Don't Show It?

Discover how in a few short lessons you can avoid endless hours memorizing details of human physiology while missing the big picture.

In this course you will learn a few simple strategies that can - in just 30 days - radically reduce your study time and get you an A in physiology.

Here is what you will achieve in this challenge program:

When you finish this 30-day Challenge you will feel confident of success in your college courses in human physiology and anatomy.

You will have a clear plan for achieving the high grades required for entrance to the healthcare professional program of your choice.

You will be equipped with the knowledge you need for the next steps in your clinical practice training.

Your Instructor

Dr. Margaret Thompson Reece
Dr. Margaret Thompson Reece

Dr. Margaret Thompson Reece, a PhD in physiology, is an educator and student mentor. She taught physiology for over 30 years to undergraduate and graduate students, at two- and four-year colleges, in the classroom and in the research laboratory. Now she helps A&P students headed toward a career in healthcare create a plan for learning human physiology – a plan that will work now, and in the future, – even as knowledge of human physiologic function evolves. Her blog is MedicalScienceNavigator.com


Here is What You Will Learn In 30 Days

Course Curriculum

Daily short videos divided into these 6 key topic areas:

1. Exploring Essential Ideas in Physiology

Here you will acquire the set of ideas from chemistry that are used repeatedly to explain body function. You will also learn how physiologists use familiar concepts in a unique way.

2. Uncovering the Design of the Nervous System

In this section you will discover where the brain gets its information, what it does with its data, and how it consciously and unconsciously works to keep you out of danger.

3. Exploring Cardiovascular System Basics

This section teaches the essential components of heart and vascular physiology. Then it delves into the physiology of the Fight-or-Flight response to demonstrate collaboration of the body's three master controllers, the cardiovascular system, the nervous system, and the endocrine system to support survival.

4. Understanding the Endocrine System's Organization

The endocrine system rhythmically exerts its influence over a time-frame of minutes, days, weeks, months, and sometimes even over years. In this section, you will learn about hormones, hormone receptors, the brain's participation as an endocrine gland, feedback loops, and sperm and ovum formation.

5. Analyzing the Physiology of Bone

When you reach this section, you will possess all the elements of a formula for learning human physiology, now and in the future as knowledge of human systems advances. In this section your formula will be validated by delving into the remarkable physiology of the bone system.

6. Crafting Strategies for Success

This final section of the course will teach you what psychologists learned about how the human brain forms and recalls memories. It also includes tips, checklists to help you navigate a course in A&P, and a curated online video tool kit where you can find more help.

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Special Bonus: Digital Copy of

"Physiology: Custom-Designed Chemistry"

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
How much time will this course take?
The 30-Day Challenge: Craft Your Plan for Learning Physiology is designed to require less than one hour per day. The videos average about 20 minutes long, and daily worksheets at the end of each video can be completed in less than 30 minutes.
Can I learn physiology if I never had a course in chemistry?
Yes, you can. The first section of this course, the first 7 days, is devoted to teaching the limited chemistry that is needed to learn physiology. The required chemistry is also summarized in the small digital book that is included with this course, “Physiology: Custom-Designed Chemistry.”
Why do I need a plan for learning physiology?
You need a plan because physiology requires that all the anatomic systems work together seamlessly in synchrony. But you cannot study all the anatomic systems at once. Here you will discover the formula used by the human body to manage its functions, and you will craft your plan for learning this science, now and as it evolves over time.

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