RBM1528 - Human Physiology 2
RBM1174 - Human Physiology
RBM1103 - Bioscience 1: Body Structure & Function
RBM1202 - Bioscience 2: Body Structure & Function
SCL1002 - Exercise Physiology
RBM1528 applies to HBBM students RBM1103 and RBM1202 applies to HBHL students. RBM1174 and SCL1002 applies to students in ABHF, ABHG, SBSA, SBFI, SBHS.
|1.||Describe the structure and function of digestive system;|
|2.||Explain the role of the enteric nervous system in the regulation of digestion;|
|3.||Assess the different macro and micronutrients, their role within the body and commonly used laboratory approaches;|
|4.||Evaluate the importance of digestion, metabolism, nutrition and energy balance to the wellbeing of an individual;|
|5.||Analyse the role of diet in the development of common chronic disease states;|
|6.||Apply knowledge to solve problems both independently and collaboratively.|
|Test||Two (2) Topic Tests (25 minutes each)||20%|
|Report||Two (2) Laboratory Reports (600 words each)||20%|
|Examination||Theory Examination - MCQ, short & essay questions (2.5 hours)||60%|
Understanding Nutrition Australian and New Zealand Edition 2
Whitney, E., Rolfes, S.R., Crowe, T., Cameron-Smith, D., & Walsh, A. (2013)
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