However irrelevant it may sometimes seem, physics is an essential course for medical students. Physics plays a huge role in medicine. As a doctor, you must be able to understand the physics of the MRI, CT, and X-ray. Your patient' bodies—not to mention the machines you use to diagnose, treat, and monitor them—all heed the rules of medical physics: in amplitudes, fluid pressure, frequencies, and waves.
In completing physics coursework, you will need at least a basic tool set for calculations that includes scientific notation and the principles of proportionality.
Introduction can be boring and steer you away from a topic. This one, in my opinion does the exact oposite.
LOVED IT~! The person teaches amazingly and makes it simple!
This introduction is simple and dense. Very good for both beginning and summarizing the whole subject of the course.
Great speaker. I enjoyed the calculations even though the formulas could be used using a scientific program would be easier rather than using ^2 for example!