RBM2540 - Pathophysiology 2
RBM2800 - Cardiorespiratory and Renal Physiology
RBM2540 for HBBM RBM2800 for HBBS
|1.||Critically appraise biomedical literature, specific examples of quantitative and qualitative research design, and isolated data sets;|
|2.||Formulate a testable hypothesis and conceptually map a robust experimental design;|
|3.||Recommend appropriate statistical analyses for hypothesis testing;|
|4.||Apply and interpret a range of standard statistical methods to biomedical data sets, using statistical software packages;|
|5.||Discriminate between examples of ethical and non-ethical research in human and animal experimental contexts and substantiate the importance of ethical conduct including regulatory requirements;|
|6.||Commentate on the National and International framework for medical research funding and the processes via which research grants are allocated;|
|7.||Describe and justify the requirement for the active management of intellectual property issues, scientific integrity and conflict of interest in a contemporary biomedical research context.|
|Test||Workshop/class-based Tests (1500 words)||30%|
|Assignment||Ethics Proposal (1500 words)||20%|
|Examination||Final Exam (2 hours)||50%|
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