RBM2530 - Pathophysiology 1
|1.||Locate and integrate a range of peer-reviewed literature including case studies, reviews and primary research articles in the assessment of disease;|
|2.||Apply scientific principles and protocols and interpret the results of laboratory tests to investigate pathological conditions;|
|3.||Interpret a range of disease processes with reference to specific organ systems and their interplay; and|
|4.||Solve pathophysiology problems using case studies individually and with peers.|
|Test||Test 1 (30mins)||10%|
|Laboratory Work||Laboratory Report (1000 word equivalence)||20%|
|Presentation||Group Presentation (6mins per group)||30%|
|Test||Test 2 (2 hours)||40%|
Pathophysiology: the Biologic Basis for Disease in Adults and Children 8th ed.
McCance. K.L. and Huether, S.E., (2019)
St Louis, Missouri: Elsevier
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