I have been in private clinical practice since 1995. I am a clinical educator, not an academic. What that means is you'll be taught relevant information, not useless information from a non-clinician. My favorite saying for my students is "who cares?" When you are learning information in a course that is a prerequisite for your major/license/certificate, that information better be relevant to your future career.
I have been an adjunct professor since 2004. I have taught the following courses at 4 different local San Diego colleges:
1. General biology
2. Human genetics
3. Human physiology
4. Human anatomy
5. Human A&P
If you are headed toward a career in health care, then I have the tools to help you master these difficult concepts.
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