Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This online course explored the science and medicine behind liver transplants. The course covered the cellular constituents, anatomy and functions of the liver; the surgery itself; and ethical issues such as organ allocation. It included input from scientists, clinicians, surgeons and patients.
3 weeks, 3 hours per week
Dr Patricia F. Lalor
University of Birmingham
- Apply new knowledge of the structure and function of the liver to understand the signs of disease.
- Assess the major reasons for liver transplantation.
- Compare the stages of the operation to remove a diseased liver and insert a new one.
- Collect information about the history of liver transplantation and key transplant pioneers.
- Apply knowledge to understand how patients are cared for after the operation.
- Assess future alternatives to transplantation.
- The anatomy and cellular constituents of the liver and liver functions.
- The basis of diagnostic tests for liver disease, and major causes of liver disease.
- The process of liver transplantation including ethical considerations and organ allocation.
- The history of liver transplantation +Future advances in the field of liver transplantation and treating liver disease.
Issued on 3rd December 2017
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