HBD2102 - Dermal Sciences 1
|1.||Differentiate between various forms of cellular damage, inflammation and wound healing processes;|
|2.||Distinguish and demonstrate knowledge of normal inflammation and wound healing processes relevant to the practice of dermal therapies;|
|3.||Investigate the biochemistry of the skin and apply this knowledge in a dermal science context;|
|4.||Conceptualise the process of neoplasia and compare and contrast benign and malignant neoplasia;|
|5.||Investigate immunological and hypersensitivity responses.|
|Test||Three Online Tests (30mins each)||20%|
|Project||Multimedia project report (equivalent to 400 words)||30%|
|Presentation||Group Presentation (In groups of up to 5 students, 15mins duration)||50%|
Robbins Basic Pathology 10th ed.
Kumar, V., Abbas, A.K., Fausto, N., & Mitchell, R.N. (2017)
Philadelphia, PA: Saunders Elsevier.
Principles of anatomy and physiology 2nd Asia-Pacific ed.
Tortora, G.J., & Derrickson, B. (2018)
Hoboken, NJ: Wiley and Sons.
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