blog posts Seminars for Excellence in Nursing Sciences (SENS) Program Jun 3, 2022 3:45 pm by email@example.com Images Are you looking to prepare for the Fall semester’s curriculum? The Urban Health Program for The College of Nursing and faculty from different University of Illinois campuses have you covered. We are offering an array of courses delivered to you in a hybrid format. The list of classes includes the following: Strategies for Increasing Success in Nursing Education – tools and strategies to achieve success in nursing school Advanced Study Skills for Nursing Education – test-taking strategies and overview of academic resources Pathophysiology – learn more about different organ systems and related disease processes Clinical Skills – aid in preparing for assessment techniques and clinical simulation labs Physiology – review functioning of different organ systems and homeostasis Statistics – apply population health scenarios to existing statistical knowledge Epidemiology – define epidemiology and how it applies to population health Philosophy of Science – important topics include scientific method, obtaining scientific knowledge, and further development of critical thinking skills Pharmacology – intro prep course to understand pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, major drug classes, and mechanisms of action If you want to get a head start on your coursework this Summer, this opportunity is right for you. Fortunately, you have the discretion to choose which courses are most beneficial to you and there are no concurrent course registration requirements. We have the full list of course descriptions, intended student audience, and scheduling details linked here. We are accepting registration through June 17th! If you have any questions about this opportunity, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org! * Disclaimer: A one–time refundable $50 deposit for each course is required and after adequate attendance and completion, your deposit will be refunded. Delete Edit embedded media in the Files Tab and re-insert as needed.