RBM1518 - Human Physiology 1
RBM1528 - Human Physiology 2
OR: RBM1174 Human Physiology and SCL1002 Exercise Physiology for students enrolled in the Clinical Exercise stream of the Human Movement and Education degree or equivalent. OR: RBM1103 Bioscience 1 and RBM1202 Bioscience 2 for students enrolled in HBHL Bachelor of Health Science.
|1.||Demonstrate the ability to locate and critically analyse scientific data relevant to pathophysiology utilising a range of materials and report findings effectively in oral and written formats;|
|2.||Explain how homeostatic imbalances may progress to disease;|
|3.||Describe and explain a range of pathologic processes including injury, inflammation and immunopathology, neoplasia, genetic, endocrine and neurological disorders;|
|4.||Utilise knowledge of pathophysiology to solve problems and analyse case studies of disease;|
|5.||Discuss the scientific basis for preventative interventions and management of important pathophysiological conditions; and|
|6.||Apply basic scientific principles in the laboratory investigation of disease, analysis of laboratory data or case reports.|
|Presentation||Oral presentation (five (5) minutes, 400 words)||5%|
|Laboratory Work||Lab reports (800 words)||20%|
|Examination||Multiple choice and SA test (1.0 hours, 800 words)||25%|
|Examination||Multiple choice and SA exam (2.5 hours, 2000 words)||50%|
Pathophysiology: the biologic basis for disease in adults and children 7th ed.
McCance, K.L. and Huether, S.E., (2014)
Mosby Elsevier, Maryland heights, Missouri
Rubin's Pathology: clinicopathologic foundations of medicine 7th ed.
Strayer, D. and Rubin, E., (2014)
Wolters Kluwer / Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia
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