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Dr. Paul Sunga teaches medical sciences at Langara College in Vancouver.  The overall approach of the courses is to engage students with dynamic course material that is linked to current developments in scientific medicine and public health. Students are encouraged throughout to take an inquisitive attitude.

Currently:

BIOL 1190 and 1191 (Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II) - Structure and function of the human body using a systems approach. Courses are designed principally for clinical students.

BIOL 2192, 2292, 3192  (Pathophysiology I, II and III):  Extensive studies of the main human disorders using a sysems approach, from basic cellular dysfunction through all the systems and including infectious disease and obstetrical conditions. The course explores the cause, course, manifestations, epidemiology, and basis for therapeutics.  These courses are taught over three consecutive terms as part of the B.Sc. Nursing program and are oriented toward clinical training. Prerequisites are Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II.

Recent Courses  Developed and Taught:

HSCI 1160 (Global Perspectives on Health) - 2012 - 2017

HSCI 1195 / 2295 (Biology of Aging/ Age Related Disorders) - 2017 - 2019