HUMAN ANATOMY B

HBS2HAB

2019

Credit points: 15

Subject outline

In this subject, students gain knowledge in the anatomical principles of bones, joints, skeletal muscles, nerves, vessels and skin. These principles will be applied to regional anatomy of the trunk and upper limbs. Embryological development relevant to an understanding of the gross anatomy will be covered in each region. Topic material will be presented through video clips and worksheets, but students will be responsible for their own learning through supported practical activities, including surface anatomy and the examination of appropriate cadaver materials. Emphasis is placed on the application of anatomical principles to correlate structure with function in developing an understanding of the basis of everyday activities and related clinical problems.

SchoolSchool of Life Sciences

Credit points15

Subject Co-ordinatorLloyd White

Available to Study Abroad StudentsYes

Subject year levelYear Level 2 - UG

Exchange StudentsYes

Subject particulars

Subject rules

Prerequisites Students must be admitted in one of the following course codes: HBHS or HBSES or HZHSID or HZHSB or LZCHS or SZSS or AZAHS or HBHN and must have passed the following subjects: HBS1HBA and HBS1HBB OR Students must be admitted in the following course code: SBMS or SBMD and must have passed the following subject: BIO1MGC OR Students admitted in any other course must have passed: BIO1CO or BIO1OOS or equivalent.

Co-requisitesN/A

Incompatible subjects HBS2ALU, HBS2ALF, HBS2ALT

Equivalent subjectsN/A

Special conditions Students are required to provide their own laboratory coat (about $30) when in any cadaver-based teaching laboratory. Students must wear closed-toe shoes in cadaver-based teaching laboratories. Students are required to make a reasonable attempt at any pre-practical activities (either in hard or soft copy) prior to entry to any cadaver-based teaching laboratory

Readings

Resource TypeTitleResource RequirementAuthor and YearPublisher
ReadingsClinically oriented anatomyPrescribed Moore, K, Dalley, A & Agur A, 20188TH EDN, LIPPINCOTT, WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
ReadingsHBS2HAA student manualPrescribedDepartment of Physiology, Anatomy & Microbiology,CURRENT EDN, SHCOOL OF LIFE SCIENCES, LTU.

Graduate capabilities & intended learning outcomes

01. Apply relevant anatomical principles to describe normal development, structure, and function of body systems within the trunk, including the vertebral column, thorax and abdomen and their role in movement, posture and respiration.

Activities:
Based on information provided in lectures, classroom and cadaver-based practical sessions, online blended learning activities, and online discussion forums

02. Apply relevant anatomical principles to describe normal development, structure, and function of body systems within the upper limb, including its role in manipulation and posture

Activities:
Based on information provided in lectures, classroom and cadaver-based practical sessions, online blended learning activities, and online discussion forums

03. Make accurate observations of anatomical structures and infer their relationship to function.

Activities:
Based on information provided in lectures, classroom and cadaver-based practical sessions, and online discussion forums. Students will then use cadaveric material, the living body or medical imaging in a laboratory environment.

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Start date between: and    Key dates

Melbourne, 2019, Semester 2, Blended

Overview

Online enrolmentYes

Maximum enrolment sizeN/A

Enrolment information

Subject Instance Co-ordinatorJoon Lim

Class requirements

Lecture Week: 31 - 43
Six 1.0 hours lecture per study period on weekdays during the day from week 31 to week 43 and delivered via face-to-face.
"6 whole-class lectures introducing and reviewing subject content."

Practical Week: 31 - 43
One 2.0 hours practical per week on weekdays during the day from week 31 to week 43 and delivered via face-to-face.

Lecture Week: 31 - 43
Twenty 1.0 hours lecture per study period on weekdays during the day from week 31 to week 43 and delivered via online.

Assessments

Assessment elementComments% ILO*
Three practical tests (400-words equivalent, per test, total 1,200words)Each practical test will consist of four structures to be identified on a range of specimen types (cadaver, plastinated, Xrays, models, skeletons, bones), and associated follow-on questions.40 01, 02, 03
One 2-hour written examination (2,000-words equivalent)The examination will consist of both multiple-choice and short answer questions covering all of the content presented in this subject.40 01, 02
One online data interpretation assessment (500-words equivalent)Students will be provided with a graph of anatomical data to interpret. Students will then complete an online multiple-choice assessment to assess their understanding of the presented data.10 01, 02
Team report (750-words equivalent per student)Students will answer short answer and diagram questions relating to anatomical content presented in preceding weeks. This assessment will be completed in small groups and with access to the subject study guide10 03

Melbourne, 2019, Semester 1, Blended

Overview

Online enrolmentYes

Maximum enrolment sizeN/A

Enrolment information

Subject Instance Co-ordinatorLloyd White

Class requirements

Lecture Week: 10 - 22
Twenty 1.0 hours lecture per study period on weekdays during the day from week 10 to week 22 and delivered via online.
"Series' of online video clips, worksheets, and activities presenting and consolidating subject content."

Practical Week: 10 - 22
One 2.0 hours practical per week on weekdays during the day from week 10 to week 22 and delivered via face-to-face.
"Anatomy "wet labs" required - rooms HS2-106, HS2-107, HS2-108, OR HS2-109"

Lecture Week: 10 - 22
Six 1.0 hours lecture per study period on weekdays during the day from week 10 to week 22 and delivered via face-to-face.
"Introductory and subject review lectures in Weeks 1 and 12 of semester, respectively. The remaining three classes will be Question & Answer sessions to prepare students for upcoming Practical Tests. "

Assessments

Assessment elementComments% ILO*
Three practical tests (400-words equivalent, per test, total 1,200words)Each practical test will consist of four structures to be identified on a range of specimen types (cadaver, plastinated, Xrays, models, skeletons, bones), and associated follow-on questions.40 01, 02, 03
One 2-hour written examination (2,000-words equivalent)The examination will consist of both multiple-choice and short answer questions covering all of the content presented in this subject.40 01, 02
One online data interpretation assessment (500-words equivalent)Students will be provided with a graph of anatomical data to interpret. Students will then complete an online multiple-choice assessment to assess their understanding of the presented data.10 01, 02
Team report (750-words equivalent per student)Students will answer short answer and diagram questions relating to anatomical content presented in preceding weeks. This assessment will be completed in small groups and with access to the subject study guide10 03