midwoodmedical science, medical science lectures Midwood, Ontario, October 18, 2019: Doctors at Toronto’s York Region Hospital have launched a new online class to introduce the science of medicine to laypeople.
The course, called What is Medical Science?, aims to equip laypeople with an understanding of medical science and to provide them with tools to communicate their findings with others.
The class, which was developed in partnership with York Region Medical Centre, has also been developed with the help of York Region and Toronto-based consulting firm Mowat & Co., which will serve as the instructor.
It aims to provide students with an introduction to the history and theory of medicine, and how medical science relates to the development of treatments and cures for a wide variety of conditions, said Dr. Peter Mowatt, medical director of York Regional Medical Centre.
Mowatt said that the class is a “very exciting opportunity” to educate the public about medicine and the research behind the treatments and discoveries.MOWAT & CO. is an expert in the field of medical research and is currently developing an online medical education tool, which will be launched in early 2019.
“We’re hoping to have the tool ready by the end of the year,” Mowattsaid.
“We have a lot of people who have been using the online course for the past five years.
We’re hoping this class will help educate a lot more people.”
In addition to Mowats training, York Region has also collaborated with the University of Toronto, which created the course.
York Region also has partnered with a Canadian university, the University de Montréal, to create the course and has hired a full-time professor to teach it.
“The course is really about teaching you how to communicate science and medicine,” said Dr.-Lisette Gagnon, a medical director at York Region, who will teach the class in partnership and with Mowatto and Mowato.
“It’s a very different kind of course.
We’ve been teaching in the medical school for the last 25 years.
You learn the concepts of anatomy and physiology, and you really get to the heart of things.”
In the course, students will learn about anatomy and how these things work, how the body works, the workings of the brain, and the roles of various hormones and neurotransmitters.
Students will also learn how to apply these concepts to their own health and health-related problems.
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Moweatt said he hopes that the online class will encourage people to become more educated about the science behind treatments and products that are being developed, and also to help patients get the best medical care possible.
“This is really an opportunity for people to start connecting with a medical practitioner who has expertise in this area,” Moweattsaid.
“This is a great opportunity to get them into the loop and really learn about this.”
For more information, visit the York Region website: www.yorkregion.ca/health-care-medical-and-nutrition-education-and/whats-medical,or call 416-957-7722.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.