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1 CHANGE UNIT OUTCOME/S COVER SHEET Changes to units must be approved by the appropriate committee/s. Unit guides should not be altered until notification of approval has been received. Medicine - the appropriate year committee then MCC Dentistry the DCC Podiatric Medicine PMPCC or Academic Coordinator Health Science HScPC or Sub Dean of Health Science Unit Code Title: Tick the appropriate box to indicate requested changes Unit Outcomes Specific Unit Outcomes Teaching Experiences Assessments Attach Unit Guidebook Sections outlining the proposed changes to those indicated above. Include each form as a separate attachment: Attachment 1 (Form 1) Current/existing unit outcomes from the unit guidebook section/s: Unit Outcomes Specific outcomes Attachment (Form ) Proposed unit outcomes new guidebook section/s Unit Outcomes Specific outcomes See examples of completed Forms below. Send completed forms as attachments 1 to the appropriate committee Chair Executive Officer.

2 Attachment 1 Form 1 Current/Existing unit outcomes e.g. IMED6681 Surgery Current Outcomes, Teaching Experiences Assessments UONo UNIT OUTCOMES At the end of this unit, students should be able to: THEME SNo STRAND TEACHING LEARNING EXPERIENCES ASSESSMENT (include formative summative) YLONo YEAR OUTCOMES 1 Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology for the surgery of endocrine, digestive tract, breast, abdominal wall, vascular, salivary gls head neck Scientific Basis of Medicine Normal Disordered Self Directed Placement Discussions Attachment Rating Workbook/lab book Problem Based Demonstrate an in depth knowledge of normal human behaviour Evaluate discuss disordered behaviour of the human in response to internal external factors Short Answer Questions

3 Attachment 1 Form 1 Current/Existing unit outcomes Specific Unit Outcomes On completion of this unit, you should be able to: 1. Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology for the surgery of endocrine, digestive tract, breast, abdominal wall, vascular, salivary gls head neck o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the thyroid gl digestive tract including the liver, biliary tree, pancreas, rectum anus o Describe in detail the difficulties encountered in gaining surgical access to various areas such as the pancreas, oesophagus pelvis o Describe in detail the normal disordered physiology of the alimentary tract including nutrition fluid electrolyte balance o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the liver, including physiological consequences of biliary obstruction, liver failure the consequences of cirrhosis o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the breast axilla o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the inguinal femoral regions of the abdominal wall o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the lower limb arterial venous supply, lymphatic drainage extracranial carotid system o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the parotid region submibular triangle o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the nose including paranasal mastoid air sinuses o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the pharynx including tonsils adenoids o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the larynx including neurophysiology o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the middle inner ear including neurophysiology

4 Attachment Form Proposed/New unit outcomes e.g. IMED6681 Surgery Proposed Outcomes, Teaching Experiences Assessments UONo UNIT OUTCOMES At the end of this unit, students should be able to: THEME SNo STRAND TEACHING LEARNING EXPERIENCES ASSESSMENT (include formative summative) YLONo YEAR OUTCOMES 1 Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology for the surgery of endocrine, digestive tractbreast, abdominal wall, vascular, salivary gls head neck Scientific Basis of Medicine Normal Disordered Self Directed Placement Discussions Attachment Rating Workbook/lab book Problem Based Demonstrate an in depth knowledge of normal human behaviour Evaluate discuss disordered behaviour of the human in response to internal external factors Short Answer Questions

5 Attachment Form Proposed/New unit outcomes Specific Unit Outcomes On completion of this unit, you should be able to: 1. Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology for the surgery of endocrine, digestive tract, breast, abdominal wall, vascular, salivary gls head neck o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the thyroid gl digestive tract including the liver, biliary tree, pancreas, rectum anus o Describe in detail the difficulties encountered in gaining surgical access to various areas such as the pancreas, oesophagus pelvis o Describe in detail the normal disordered physiology of the alimentary tract including nutrition fluid electrolyte balance o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the liver, including physiological consequences of biliary obstruction, liver failure the consequences of cirrhosis o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the breast axilla o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the inguinal femoral regions of the abdominal wall o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the lower limb arterial venous supply, lymphatic drainage extracranial carotid system o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the parotid region submibular triangle o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the nose including paranasal mastoid air sinuses o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the pharynx including tonsils adenoids o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the larynx including neurophysiology o Describe in detail the normal disordered anatomy physiology of the middle inner ear including neurophysiology

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