|1.||Identify and conceptually map the anatomy, histology and embryology of the abdomen and pelvis;|
|2.||Report on the physiological processes of the viscera of the abdomen and pelvis; and|
|3.||Analyse selected common and red flag conditions affecting the abdominal viscera.|
|Case Study||Mind map and relevance statement||20%|
|Practicum||Multi-station practical exam||35%|
|Test||Theory Paper: Week 1 Content (online)||10%|
|Test||Theory Paper: Final (online)||35%|
Clinically oriented anatomy 8th ed
Moore, K. L., Dalley, A. F. & Agur, A.M.R. (2017)
Philadelphia, US: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Understanding pathophysiology 3rd ed. Australian and NZ edition
Craft, J.A. (ed), Gordon, C., Huether, S., McCance, K., Brashers, V., Rote, N. (2019)
St Louis, Missouri: Elsevier.
Human Anatomy and Physiology 11th ed.
Marieb, E.N. & Hoehn, K (2018)
USA: Pearson Higher Ed
Anatomy and Physiology Coloring Workbook 12th ed.
Marieb, E.N. & Brito, S (2017)
Great Britain: Pearson Education Limited
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