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NGR 5196 Drugs/The Human Body . . . . . 3(F,S)
Designed to introduce students to the dynamics of drug addiction from a physiological perspective. Legal and historical data related to current categories of drugs will be explored. Basic pharmacology and physiology; acute and chronic pathologic effects, and the physiological symptoms of withdrawal for commonly abused drugs will be a major focus. Offered concurrently with NUR 4645; graduate students will be assigned additional work.
NGR 5290 Men's Health . . . . . 3(S)
Through an interdisciplinary approach, addresses men's health and perceptions of masculinity, differences in men's health care, differences and disparities related to race, ethnicity, and social class. Topics include wellness, cardiovascular disease, breast and prostate cancer, sexually transmitted disease (including HIV), aging, violence, depression, infertility, erectile dysfunctions, and impotence. Includes historical cases and epidemiological differences among groups. Offered concurrently with NUR 4936. Students registered for graduate credit have different criteria and values for assignments. Senior or graduate status is required.
NGR 5481 The Healthy Woman . . . . . 3(S)
Normal physiological and psychological changes that occur in women at differing phases of the life cycle. Topics include causes, prevention, and treatment of women's most common health concerns, women's health policy and research, and cultural diverseness. Offered concurrently with NUR 4496; graduate students will be assigned additional work.
NGR 5934 Cultural Factors in Health and Illness . . . . . 3(S)
Influence of culture on health and health care beliefs and practices Institutional health care policies which conflict with ethnic or cultural beliefs will be discussed. Selected content and learning experiences will guide students who interact with clients in a variety of settings. Satisfaction of all General Studies requirements; completion of majority of upper-division degree requirements; or equivalent. Offered concurrently with NUR 4655; graduate students will be assigned additional work.