How Do You Prepare for Human Structure and Function?

Written by Jessica Huang ’17
How does one prepare for a course like HSF – a course that combines anatomy, physiology, histology, and embryology, all of which could be their own separate class, and is taught in 12 short weeks? I had just survived a grueling month of CMB and in less than 24 hours, I will be taking on one of the most difficult courses that all physicians take as a rite of passage.

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