507 (26 credits)
Neuroscience and Cognitive Psychology
The semester is a conglomerate of courses that are interrelated to enable the student to develop broad exposure to the clinical aspects of quantum nedicine. There are two main objectives to focus on in this semester. The first objective is to learn about Neuroscience through the study of the human brain and the study of genes in relation to trauma. The second objective is to learn about Cognitive Psychology through the study of informational processes of the brain.
This course also focuses on biophysics. Topics include Newton’s laws of motion, momentum, energy and linear rotational acceleration. The fundamental laws and basic concepts of modern chemistry as applied to the structure and behavior of matter/energy are presented. Topics include measurements and dimensional analysis: atoms, subatomic particles, molecules and ions. The student will also learn about human energetic anatomy and physiology, electromagnetic waves in the human anatomy and the biochemical emission of light by living organisms.
The student will give a functional diagnosis on major conditions affecting the brain by using research, patient history, examination, and review of known data. The student is responsible for administering a treatment plan in informational nedicine. The course is designed to give students a working knowledge of quantum nutrition. This course provides the student with the knowledge of how nutritional protocols can correct specific disorders of the body.
The student will learn to counteract nutritional deficiencies by utilizing nutrition to achieve optimal health. The student will learn the benefits of minerals, vitamins, enzymes, amino acids and other pertinent nutrients. This treatment plan allows the student to practice nutritional assessments and functional diagnosis to manage a variety of chronic health conditions. Course content emphasizes acute and chronic disorders, and enteral and parenteral nutrition using case studies. Students begin nedical documentation practice using outpatient-based case studies.
Preceptorship credit hours: 6
- Duration:12 Weeks