An Introduction to Human Structure and Function
This unique and informative course looks at the many human bodily systems and provides an understanding of how they are structured and how they work together. Some of the systems that will be examined include the heart and blood vessels, the digestive system, the respiratory system, reproduction and the immune system. The class will address how these systems are put together structurally, their anatomy, plus how they work, their physiology and how the various bodily systems are linked. It will also examine the numerous misconceptions about how the body works, and what can be done to help it remain healthy.
Alex Crandon has had a distinguished career in surgical medicine and teaching. He has worked in Australia and overseas countries specialising in Gynaecological Oncology as well as being involved in various medical committees, addressing many Learned Societies worldwide and having numerous publications published in medical journals.
U3A is very fortunate to have Alex offer his knowledge and experience to conduct this class. He has many stories, insights and anecdotes from his distinguished career which he is more than willing to share. Don’t miss the opportunity to be involved in this opportunity to learn, discuss and understand the fascinating topic of human anatomy and physiology.
The course will be held on Mondays at the U3A Lecture Room commencing 22 July.
Please enrol on this website in the usual way.