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The Foundation: Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathophysiology

This activity is designated for 50.5 AAPA Category 1 CME credits for physician assistants and nurse practitioners.

CME credits are accepted by AAPA, AANP and ANCC.

The entire foundation behind every great clinician is grounded in anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology. 

Typically, as a clinician, a patient will come in to see you when they are sick. This means something isn't functioning as it should.

But, to truly understand the abnormal, you must first be comfortable with the normal. 

As soon as you understand how the body works in perfect harmony, you can then shift your focus to the pathophysiology. 

This is where you will learn what can go wrong within that particular organ system.

We are teaching with the clinician in mind...

Many students and clinicians are reluctant to take a course to learn anatomy, physiology, and/or pathophysiology, because they feel it won't be relevant to them as clinicians.

But, we are teaching these concepts with the clinician in mind.

All concepts in our program are interwoven to bring clarity your professors may have glossed over. 

Often times, concepts are glossed over simply because every class is restricted by time. But, we aren't. We'll not only have you mastering the sciences, but in a way that's relevant to clinical practice.

In order to further master clinical concepts, we'll also incorporate: Focal Problems 

This is where we take a disease (anemia for example) and teach the relevant anatomy, normal physiology, and pathophysiology; we'll even touch on the relevant pharmacology so that you get a complete picture of the entire disease process.

Our goal is to give you the foundation you need so that you can better help your future patients.

Don't just memorize how things happen; understand the why behind it all...

Many times, professors lecture as if you're already an expert.

They breeze through important concepts and forget to connect the dots. Keep in mind, this isn't on purpose. They have simply forgotten what it's like to be a novice and assume everyone knows what they know.

Because of this, most students leave lecture more confused than when they started.

We understand this, which is why we approach your medical education from a completely different angle. 

We'd love for you to join us as we break down complex and daunting topics; we will build the foundation that will help you excel as a clinician.

Join Us...

We'll be approaching this training much differently than what you're used to.

You will have the opportunity to learn from Dr. Finney as she simplifies incredibly complicated concepts. 

We aren't just looking to create a course.

We are looking to create the most comprehensive anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology (+ relevant pharmacology) review on the market. 

This will be your go to resource from the start of your medical career and beyond.

So, you can expect brand new material every single week for the next 12 months.

We already have 200+ hours of material covering:

  • Pathophysiology learning strategies
  • Cardiology
  • Pulmonology
  • Hematology
  • Renal
  • GI
  • Nutrition
  • Endocrinology
  • Musculoskeletal system
  • Neurology (coming soon)
  • Psychiatry (coming soon)
  • Dermatology (coming soon)
  • Reproductive and hereditary (coming soon)

The goal will be to have a library containing 500+ hours of in depth medical training.

Like we said, this isn't a course, it's a go to resource to enhance your medical education for the rest of your career. This is why we give you access to all the material for life.

This means there is absolutely no rush to get through it all.

Start your training before you begin your program, review important concepts during your didactic and clinical years, and keep things fresh long into practice.

This training is yours for life. 

Your Instructor Dr. Judy Finney

Your instructor for the program is Judy Finney M.D., who graduated from the Michigan State University School of Medicine in the top 5% of her class. 

She did her residency in internal medicine with Michigan State University Clinical Center and did a fellowship in cardiovascular disease at Ingham Regional Medical Center.

She also taught at Midwestern University School of Medicine. 

From 2001 - 2008 she was a clinical professor taking on one student at a time during their 3rd year clinical cardiology rotation to really help them excel.

From 2008-2011 Dr. Finney was assistant professor for the school of Medicine. During this time she re-wrote all objectives for the internal medicine rotation and created a database of questions they could use for testing during the internal medicine rotation. 

Believe us when we say she knows how take a student from novice to master.

Hear From Past Clients...

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who is this course for?

This is for the student or clinician looking to build a strong foundation in medicine.

We'll take you from the basics (pre-med/pre-pa/nursing) and then build upon your knowledge to the level of what's expected as a practicing clinician (PA, NP, physician).

The difference between our program is that we are teaching everything with the clinician in mind and so we'll also be tying in the relevant pharmacology that goes along with each disease process.

2. How do I get my questions answered?

For those who want direct access to Dr. Finney, you can add on priority support for $24. This allows you to ask questions 7 days a week in our private community. 

Here you can post your questions, learn from other members' questions, and all of your answers will come from Dr. Finney herself.

Medicine can often feel like you're all on your own. By joining this program and becoming part of our community, that's no longer the case. 

You're part of a movement in medicine where we support one another in achieving our goals.

As we said, you'll have the option to go in the community and ask questions. But, this is by no means a requirement. 

3. How is the program structured?

We've decided to take on a different approach. Instead of separating the "classes" out, we'll be integrating anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology together.

In our opinion, this will allow you to get the full picture much more clearly.

The goal here is to go deep and leave no stone unturned. 

Because of this, every week, we'll be adding brand new trainings for the next 12 months.

This comes out to 500+ hours of in depth medical material that's yours for life.

Before you get overwhelmed, there's no need to keep up with the lectures every week.

Our goal here is to build out a comprehensive library, so that you can go in and dive deep into whatever topic you're struggling with. 

It will be organized in your dashboard, so that you can hop in and learn with ease.

This is why we give you lifetime access, so that you can use this for the remainder of your medical career.

You'll be getting video trainings, audio files, notes, slides, and the community.

4. I'm pretty busy, I don't think I'll have time

Believe us, we know exactly how busy you are. 

This is why everything will be organized and easily searchable, so that you can look up the topics and/or disease process in mind, and dive into that specific section. 

There's no deadline to finish, as your access doesn't expire.

5. How long will I have access to the material?

You have access to everything for life! 

There's no need to rush through the material. Review on your time, as often as you'd like.

This will allow you to get access to all the trainings (edited for a smooth learning experience), and you will also get any and all updates made to the course for free.

6. What if I'm not satisfied?

You're backed by our 30 day money back guarantee. If you're on the fence, we offer a 100% money back guarantee. Enroll, take a look at everything we have to offer, then decide if it's right for you. If you're not absolutely in love with everything we're doing, simply send us an email and we'll issue a full refund, no questions asked!

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