|1.||Use appropriate anatomical terminology;|
|2.||Describe basic principles of chemistry and biochemistry;|
|3.||Describe the structure of the cell and state cell function;|
|4.||Describe the location, structure and function of epithelial and connective tissues;|
|5.||Describe the structure, function and importance of the integumentary system;|
|6.||Describe the fundamentals of microbiology and the importance of infection control;|
|7.||Describe the basic anatomy of the central and peripheral nervous systems;|
|8.||Explain the basic principles of neurophysiology;|
|9.||Describe the structure and function of various bones, joints, and muscles;|
|10.||Describe how physiological homeostasis is maintained; and|
|11.||Describe the structure and function of the neuro-endocrine system.|
|Test||Two (2) tests (30 minutes each)||20%|
|Examination||Practical examination (1 hour)||30%|
|Examination||Written examination (2 hours)||50%|
Human anatomy and physiology 8th
Marieb, E.N., & Hoehn, K. (2010)
Pearson Benjamin Cummings: California, USA.
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