This is a really good systemic review of anatomy and principles of diagnosis and treatment including sinus surgery. A lot of good diagrams and videos facilitated learning
This course has been designed to help everyone understand the basics of sinusitis, both acute and chronic, including the treatment. I would recommend this course for all.
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Very good course! The teacher was knowledgeable and the material was in consonance with my expectations. My only complaint was about the quizzes which i found to be too short.
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It was an excellent course which enhanced my knowledge regrading the topic with the best faculty of Icahn school of medicine at Mount Sinai in association with coursera.
par Jacqueline S•
A little technical for the layperson. Also, the material is a bit dry. However, I did find the course interesting and informative. I love learning about medical topics.
par Meghan G•
Great quick review/update on sinusitis and treatments. Straight forward, easy to follow and uncomplicated. Not ideal for those lacking some medical background.
It is excellent, although 4 stars as I, as an infectious disease physician now, have less capability of assessing surgical part.
par Zohibhusain G•
The course is excellent for health care professional and the speaker is amazing as he has an in-depth knowledge of the topic.
par MANUEL J P•
Me parece un curso correcto aunque no maravilloso. No tiene actividad que yo descubriera en el blog.
par Miguel G•
Very complete and useful. Perfect course to improve your knowledge about Sinusitis quickly.
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Amazing. The only suggestion i can make is about treatment. To be more practical.
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buen curso, recomendado
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The instruction was vry clear, I really enjoyed the presenter's style, straigth forward, clear and concise. easy a 5. I thought the course was lacking challenging reviews, patient centered problem sets etc, that would engage students in a more experiential learning experience. The three questions at the end of each chapter just were not enought to create a learning environment. I have taken other clinical courses where instructors made the course more challenging and engaging for students ( eg. UCSF course in clinical neurology on coursera)