RBM2100 - Rehabilitation Anatomy
RBM2540 - Pathophysiology 2
RBM2800 - Cardiorespiratory and Renal Physiology
Any one of the following units RBM2100 or RBM2540 or RBM2800.
|1.||Attain advanced knowledge of the nervous system structure and functioning, including the neurophysiology of higher human brain functions: memory, learning, cognition, behaviour, emotions, language;|
|2.||Explore mechanisms of addiction and sleep disorders; elucidate brain regulation of muscle functions, neuronal pathways from brain centres to effector organs, pathophysiological mechanisms underlying disorders of neuromuscular transmission;|
|3.||Evaluate sensory pathways from the special sense organs (visual, auditory, smell, taste), and from somatic sensory receptors (touch, pressure, pain) to cortical centres; interpret the regulation of autonomic functions by the central and peripheral nervous system; mechanisms underlying dysfunctions of the autonomic nervous system including enteric nervous system and brain-gut disorders;|
|4.||Demonstrate effective communication and interpersonal skills through oral presentations regarding neurological disorders; integrate information on the latest studies in Neuroscience, diagnostic methods and novel treatments for the nervous system diseases.|
|Test||Two (2) Multiple Choice Tests (10% each and 1000 words total)||20%|
|Presentation||Presentation (15 minutes) (1500 words)||25%|
|Examination||End of Semester Theory Examination (2 hours)||55%|
Neuroscience 5th ed.
Purves, D., et al. (2012)
Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA, USA.
Siegel Allan, Sapru Hreday N. (2011)
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, USA
Elsevier's integrated neuroscience
Nolte John (2007)
Philadelphia : Mosby / Elsevier
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