I am now just over a month from my SDK125 exam. I cannot believe how quickly the time has gone. I decided to start studying towards a certificate in Health Sciences in 2010 on the spur of the moment. In a few weeks it will all be over!
This is my first blog post. I may write up something lengthly about my experience in studying for the Cert in Health Sciences. I have found it to be a very useful course and I have been able to apply many of the things I have learned in the last 18 months into my work (being responsible for running MotleyHealth.com) already.
My certificate consists (or will do, should I pass!) these modules:
- Challenging Obesity
- Understanding Human Nutrition
- Diabetes Care
- Introducing health sciences: a case study approach
The intro to health sciences is then split down into:
- Water and Health in an Overcrowded World
- Alcohol and Human Health
- Screening for Breast Cancer
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Forgotten Killer
- Trauma, Repair and Recovery
- Visual Impairment: A Global View
I certainly feels good to be studying again, however, when I last studied I had no work or family commitments. Full time students have it so easy! Sometimes I regret not doing health sciences earlier. I dropped biology after GCSE and focused on physics, geography and maths. If I could turn back time I'd do Biology, Geography and History, and maybe Chemistry too. Oh well.
Wish me luck. Hopefully there will be abother blog update soon!
You can also find my at +Jon Wade on Google+