Monika Magnatta, RN, DCHM
Monika Magnatta is a Holistic Practitioner and a Registered Nurse. After graduating from the Pediatric Nursing Program in Slovakia, Monika moved to Toronto where she currently works as a Registered Nurse at the Hospital for Sick Children. Monika received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the D’Youville College, where she graduated on the Dean’s Honor list.
Monika’s passion and determination to explore and incorporate effective healing modalities in healing self and family led her to study the art and science of Homeopathy at the CCHM where she completed both the Diploma Program and the post-graduate Fellowship Clinical Mastery Program. Recognizing the importance of integrating nutrition in the journey towards successful healing, Monika decided to continue her studies at The Institute of Holistic Nutrition (IHN) in Toronto.
Monika brings a wealth of experience, a broad knowledge of medical and holistic sciences, as well as a love of teaching, all of which she enthusiastically shares at her private practice and the Canadian College of Homeopathic Medicine where she taught Anatomy and Physiology and currently teaches Biochemistry and Principles of Metabolism in Health and Disease. Monika teaches Anatomy and Physiology at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition.
HAP01 Human Anatomy and Physiology
This course includes the study of normal anatomy and physiology of the human body, beginning with the structure and function of the cell and continuing with the organization of the cell into organs. Specific topics covered will be transport mechanisms, the lymphatic system, the gastrointestinal tract, the endocrine system and the reproductive system. The interrelationship between systems will be explored with a focus on integrative and homeostatic control mechanisms.