UFS | Calabash | CEU/CPD Courses for Health Care Professionals | South Africa, Canada, Australia & the UK

UFS | Calabash | CEU/CPD Courses for Health Care Professionals | South Africa, Canada, Australia & the UK

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From a humble start in 1904, the UFS became a well-known institution, boasting 148 NRF-accredited professors and 2 866 staff members. Our students can participate in 22 different sport disciplines and study from 671 182 library books, including 14 000 ebooks. Our ever-expanding facilities and knowledge base present many opportunities for scholars to impact locally and globally.



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This video presents the neuroanatomy of the brain through CT and MRI brain scans. Firstly, a brief introduction to the differences in these scanning t...

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Just Jargon Fiona Breytenbach

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Brain Injury

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This video takes an in-depth look at the cortex and cerebellum. Firstly, the lobes of the brain and function are each briefly reviewed, and the anatom...

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Just Jargon Fiona Breytenbach

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Brain Injury

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This video presents various sub-cortical structures of the brain. The anatomy of the thalamus, basal ganglia, hippocampus and amygdala are explored in...

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Just Jargon Fiona Breytenbach

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Brain InjuryMemory

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