Medical Microbiology for Healthcare Professionals

Department of Medical Microbiology & Immunology

Dates

May 7 - June 15, 2018

Location

University of Alberta North Campus

Course

Medical Microbiology for Health Professionals
MMI 133 LEC A1

An introductory course in medical microbiology designed for students enrolled in health-care-related programs. The course begins with basic information on microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, and prions), the immune system, infection control, transmission of infection, epidemiology, antimicrobials, disinfection, and sterilization. The latter part of the course concentrates on infectious diseases caused by pathogenic (disease-causing) organisms.

Registration in this course is not limited to students in health-care professional programs. No prerequisites are required. This course is a required prerequisite for After Degree Nursing, and a requisite course for the four-year collaborative nursing program and the four-year Dental Hygiene program. Nursing students must maintain a minimum mark of 71% in order to get course credit in their program.

Instructor

Dr. Judy Gnarpe

Anticipated Costs

A course textbook is required but an older edition can be used. The new edition was updated 2017 and has new information and resources.

Contact Information

Dr. Judy Gnarpe

FSO-Teaching Professor
Medicine & Dentistry, Department of Medical Microbiology & Immunology
6020D Katz Group Centre
T: 780-492-2302
F: 780-492 7521
E: jgnarpe@ualberta.ca

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