On the basis of
Modules 1 and 2
Expected learning outcomes
The students should be able to carify and describe how the human body is organised and how it fuctions, with added emphasis on skeletal anatomy and topographical anatomy.
The students should be able to clarify and describe microbial structures, growth and metabolism, and also how their excistence can be reduced /eradicated. They should also be able to utilise this knowledge/proficiency to prevent infections.
The student should have a basic knowledge of (introduction to) the pure and the social sciences, with an emphasis on their application in the clinical environment.
- The epidemiology of infectious disease
- Commensal flora
Anatomy, physiology and biochemistry:
- Topographical anatomy
- Structure and function of the cell
- The nervous system and senses
- The endocrine system
- The skeletal system and muscles
- The cardiovascular system
- Blood and immunity
- The respiratory system
- The digestive system
- The urinary system
- The reproductive system
- Temperature regulation
Introduction to radiography
- Principles and applications of imaging science
- Foundation skills for personal and professional development
- Knowledge and values for professional practice
PBL (Problem Based Learning)
Form(s) of Assessment
Written exam, 4 hours
Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)
Microbiology: digital exam, one hour (10%)
Anatomy/physiology/bichemistry: written exam, four hours (90%).
Each separate exam requires a pass mark.
Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)
Both external and internal examiners will be used for the marking of the four hours written exam.
Internal examiner will evaluate the folder comprising of written assignments.
No other aids are allowed.
Introduction to radiography: folder comprising of one or more written assignments. The folder requires a pass mark to complete the core module RAD1021.
A complete litterature list is available on HiG-libraries web page.
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