Pennsylvania State University (General Sciences)
Univ. of New England, Col. of Osteopathic Medicine (Other)
I am a retired physician and have been teaching a variety of science subjects on a part-time basis for the past 5 years. Subjects include: general biology, anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, clinical sciences, pathophysiology, electrocardiography and phlebotomy. I have taught high school, college and vocational students and have assisted nursing students in preparation for the NCLEX exams.
My teaching philosophy involves concentrating on the basic and practical aspects of the subject. Of course, I try to make it comprehensible with as much practical aspects as possible. I break subjects down into their basic components and show how different subjects are applicable in every day life. I am "down to earth" and enjoy teaching students to help them obtain there goals.
Being a physician, I am able to explain how the many sciences are incorporated into the practice of medicine and daily life.
I explore with the students the practical aspects of the questions and help them work through to an accurate conclusion..
I will work hard with you to understand the subject and succeed in your studies. I am a retired physician and have been teaching a variety of science subjects on a part-time basis for the past 5 years. Subjects include: general biology, anatomy and … Read more
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As an obstetrician I was involved in the genetics of families for helping to understand the outcome of a person's pregnancy. I have taught Clinical Genetics for two years at the School of Nursing affiliated with the University of Maryland in Baltimore, Maryland.
As a physician, it is important to understand the mechanism of actions of medications. It is also important to be able to explain to patients how the medicines work and there uses. I studied pharmacology in medical school and taught this subject to medical assistants in vocational school.