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Applied Medical Science 1 - MEDI910

In this unit, students will develop a foundational understanding of several body systems and regions. Students will come to understand the biomedical sciences (anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, genetics, cell biology, pathology, embryology, histology, microbiology, and pharmacology) and how they relate to the normal structures and functions of the body systems as well as how the body systems are altered in common or clinically significant disease states. Students will consider how the body’s inflammatory and immune responses contribute to pathology, as well as how drugs and other treatments are used to manage or prevent disease. Students will evaluate clinical case studies individually and in small groups to identify questions and learning needs and will draw upon evidence from a range of sources (including medical scientific literature) to articulate responses to clinical scenarios.

Credit Points: 8
When Offered:

S1 Day - Session 1, North Ryde, Day

Staff Contact(s): Professor Joanne Lind
Prerequisites:

Admission to MD  Prerequisite Information

Corequisites:

MEDI911 and MEDI912

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Unit Designation(s):
Assessed As: Graded
Offered By:

Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences

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