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1 Unit Information Form (UIF) UIF0708 The UIF provides essential information to students, staff teams and others on a particular unit. Please refer to the University s Guidance notes on Unit Information Forms before completing the details below SECTION 1 - Changes made to Section 1 of the UIF will require Faculty level approval. If substantial changes to Units/Courses are required, consult with Sub Dean (Quality Enhancement) for advice Unit Name Unit Code Human Anatomy & Physiology BHS004-1 Level 4 Credit Value 30 Location of Delivery Summary/Overview Aims Park Square This unit will provide you with a broad introduction to human anatomy & physiology, focussing on form and function. The course will give the foundation for further study in applied human physiology and related subjects. It covers areas such as the digestive system, nervous system, endocrine systems, urinary system and the reproductive system. To relate structure to function by the description of the gross and microscopic structure of skin, bone, muscle, joint, heart, blood vessels, blood, lungs and selected lymphatic organs To relate structure to function by the description of the gross and microscopic structure of the digestive system, nervous system, endocrine systems, urinary system and the reproductive system To understand the interrelationship of functional processes and the use of physiological measurement equipment Be aware of social and cultural diversity and understand ethical issues relevant to this area Be able to evaluate the appropriateness of different approaches to solving problems and the reliability of data using defined techniques Core Learning Outcomes Learning Outcomes On completion of this unit you should be able to: Assessment Criteria To achieve the learning outcome you must demonstrate the ability to:

2 1 Relate structure to function by the description of the gross and microscopic structure of skin, bone, muscle, joint, heart, blood vessels, blood, lungs and selected lymphatic organs Recall factual and conceptual knowledge of these organ systems in the final MCQ test. Analyse the structure to function relationship of organ systems in the practical report of the first practical report. 2 Relate structure to function by the description of the gross and microscopic structure of the digestive system, nervous system, endocrine systems, urinary system and the reproductive system Recall factual and conceptual knowledge of these organ systems in the final MCQ test. Analyse the structure to function relationship of organ systems in the practical report of the second practical report. 3 Understand the interrelationship of functional processes and evaluate the use of physiological measurement equipment Characterise information about structure and function of body systems and their interaction with each other in the practical reports. Perform practical experiments with and evaluate the use of physiological measurement equipment and techniques, in the practical reports. 4 Develop a strategy for using skills in problem solving over an extended period of time. Adopt an appropriate approach and methods to achieve appropriate outcomes in the individual assessments. Use literature sources to inform practical reports, e.g. references or bibliography. 5 Be aware of social and cultural diversity and understand ethical issues relevant to this area Be aware of the sensitivity required when dealing with human tissues and sensitive data. SECTION 2 - Any changes made to Section 2 of the UIF will normally require Faculty level approval Period of Delivery Prerequisites/Restric tions Student Activity (10 notional learning hours = 1 credit) 30 Weeks Activity Notional Learning Hours Lectures 50 Seminars/tutorials 10 Lab/Field work 12 Workshops Rehearsals Assessment 60 e-learning 20 Self-directed study 148

3 Group work Other (specify) Total 300 The unit is delivered by a Blended Learning approach using the classical techniques of lectures, tutorials, practicals, assessments and student centred (independent) learning. Approach to Learning Students are supported and guided in their learning in several ways as listed below: They are given a Student Handbook for the unit, which contains a brief list of the topics covered in the unit and a list of recommended reading material, including material held in short loan. Students are guided through lectures/tutorials to: refer to guided reading relating predominantly to the core texts; utilise the guided study, and apply this to new information. In addition, tutorials utilise available videos and CDs, copies of which, where possible, are available in the library, to which the student have independent and open access. Also, students learn basic practical techniques in the two practical assessments. There is also a wide range of Human Anatomy textbooks and journals available in Learning Resources. There are also articles in general scientific journals, such as New Scientist, Scientific American, etc. placed in Short Loan. If additional workshops/ tutorials are run, students are informed of any addition; tutorials/workshops through the use of BREO and the notice boards. The lectures are supported by study guides, which along with copies of all overheads/slides used and other support material, are made available to students through the use of BREO (internet software). At the end of each study guide, or otherwise indicated in lectures, there is recommend (guided) further study. Students are informed that, in addition to these, they are expected to make additional notes, based on those given to them but which explore the subject(s) in greater depth. To this aim they are encouraged to read around the subject as widely as possible using both the books and journals, in conjunction with any other teaching aids, such as videos, CDs, etc., in Learning resources, that are available to them. Students are advised to use the guided study to structure their own learning, namely in the form of further reading and making their own notes, diagrams, etc. It is expected that students will buy one or more of the recommended textbooks. The assessments are designed, and used, to both consolidate and develop the knowledge and ability of the students. If students have a problem with a specific area then they have the opportunity to book a time with the Unit Co-ordinator /Lecturer to discuss any specific problems that they have with either with a specific subject area or the unit in general. The assessments are designed and used to both consolidate and develop the student s knowledge and ability. In undertaking the assessments they are advised that they may have to become familiar with information that is not covered in the unit notes or workshops. For example, that they will have to read around the subject, using appropriate texts, to prepare their practical reports. One of the objectives of this unit is to improve the student s ability to find and use information and thus they are not given direct guidance as to which

4 books to use for a particular assessment. Communication To help with the development of this you will: Interact with other students through study groups Demonstrate abilities in report writing, data presentation and qualitative interpretation Information Literacy To help with the development of this you will: Skills Development Develop IT skills and become familiar with the journal and books available to them through Learning Resources and electronically Develop a reading culture and the ability to locate and use information from the Learning Resource Centre Research and Evaluation To help with the development of this you will: Evaluate the structure and function of organs Handle data; evaluate the appropriate conclusions and present deduced solutions in a written report Creativity and Critical Thinking To help with the development of this you will: Manage study time effectively with a degree of self-discipline and self confidence Develop a strategy for using skills in problem solving over an extended period of time Formative assessment: Students are encouraged to answer MCQs from a bank of supplied former exam questions. Use of this question bank throughout the unit helps to ensure student engagement with the taught material and prepare students for the final MCQ Assessment Strategy Assessment 1: This consists of a portfolio based on the two practicals taking place in the first term, relating to the topics anatomy and physiology topics covered in the taught lectures and seminars. Assessment 2: This consists of a portfolio based on the two practicals taking place in the second term, relating to the topics anatomy and physiology topics covered in the taught lectures and seminars. Assessment 3: This comprises an end of unit MCQ exam, testing knowledge base and comprehension of basic concepts of cell structure and function linked to learning objectives 1, 2 & 5.

5 Learning Outcomes Submission week Assessment Description of Assessment Weight No Assessed (assignments) or Method* Method % length (exam) 1 PC Practical report 25% x x x x 9 2 PC Practical report 25% x x x 21 3 CB Exam 50% x x x 1 hour *The following codes for assessment methods apply:- AR Artefact PC Practical CB Computer-based PF Performance CS Case Study PL Placement DI Dissertation or Project PO Portfolio EX Exam PR Presentation GR Group Report RE Individual Report IT In-unit Test OR Oral LR Literature Review OT Other SECTION 3 - Once initial approval of the unit has been given, the Unit Co-ordinator may make changes to this section, following appropriate consultation Outline Teaching Schedule INTRODUCTION Levels of structural organisation Anatomical & physiological terminology Concept of homeostasis CELLS AND TISSUES Cell types Tissue types Structures and functions CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM I Anatomy of heart and blood vessels Structure of blood vessels Cardio-dynamics and cardiovascular regulation Excitation and conduction Cardiac cycle CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM II Cardiac output Principles of circulation, Arterial blood pressure and capillary exchange Blood composition and function BLOOD & LYMPH The composition and physical characteristics of whole blood Structural characteristics, function and production of the formed elements of blood The importance of blood groups The composition and function of plasma Haemostasis, and the four components of the common pathway of coagulation

6 Factors involved in altering clotting Generalised function of the lymphatic system Structure and composition of lymphatic vessels and lymph The location and function of the major structures of the lymphatic system SKELETAL SYSTEM Classification and structure of bone Major bones of appendicular and axial skeleton Functions in support and protection Mineral storage, and haematopoiesis Articulation and classification of joints RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Anatomy of respiratory system Mechanism of breathing Transport of gases in blood Control of respiration Measurement of respiratory function MUSCULAR SYSTEM Classification and structure of muscle tissue and related connective tissue Sliding filament theory of muscle contraction Function in movement Thermoregulation and posture INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM Epithelial tissue Anatomy of skin and glands Functions in protection Excretion Temperature regulation Sensation and vitamin D production BONES Skeletal system Form, functions & classification Structure & histology Growth & development Bones & nerves Bones & exercise Hormonal & nutritional effects on bones Osteoporosis INTRODUCTION The main body Systems and how they function Examples of diseases associated with selected systems URINARY SYSTEM Anatomy of the kidney and associated structures Physiology of glomerular filtration Tubular secretion and re-absorption Fluid and electrolyte regulation and acid base balance ENDOCRINE SYSTEM Organisation of pituitary Adrenals Parathyroid

7 Pancreas and gonads Basic endocrine function Hormone action, receptors NERVOUS SYSTEM Organisation of central and peripheral nervous system and neural integration Cellular components and electrochemical mechanism of nerve impulse Neuromuscular junction and neurotransmitters Sensory nerves and specialised endings; anatomy and function of sense organs in olfaction, gustation, proprioception, sight and hearing DIGESTIVE SYSTEM Anatomy of the digestive tract and accessory organs of digestion Mechanical processes Secretions Chemical digestion and absorption REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM Anatomy of male and female reproductive systems Spermatogenesis and oogenesis, Menstrual cycle Fertilisation and early embryonic development Recommended Resources Essential Martini, F.H. Nath And Nartholomew (2012) Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology (9 th edition.) Addison Werey ISBN Background P. Bradley & J. Calvert (2006), Catch up Biology Scion Publishing Ltd I Paperback - ISBN Kapit, W. & Elson, L.M. (2005) The Anatomy Colouring Book (5 th edition.) Benjamin Cummings ISBN Thibodeau, G. A. & Patton, K. T. (2007) Anatomy & Physiology (6 th edition.) Mosby ISBN Purves, W. K., Orians G. H. Heller H. G. & Sadava D.(2003) Life: the Science of Biology (7 th edition) W.H. Freeman & Co ISBN

8 SECTION 4 Administrative Information Faculty Field Department/School/Division Unit Co-ordinator Creative Arts, Technologies and Science Biological & Biomedical Sciences Division of Science Division of Science Team Version Number 1/07 Body approving this version Date of University approval of this version (dd/mm/yyyy) Shared Units Indicate below all courses which include this Unit in their diet BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science BSc (Hons) Biological Science BSc (Hons) Forensic Science Form completed by: Name: Shaobo Zhou.. Date: 1/04/11 Authorisation on behalf of the Faculty Teaching Quality and Standards Committee (FTQSC) Chair: Date:..... Unit Updates Date (dd/mm/yyyy) Nature of Update Listing of weeks in which material is taught removed from Outline Teaching Schedule (Section 3) Updating of Assessments 1 and 2 to remove overspecified and badly defined assessments that restrict enhancement of the unit practicals to cover current best practice in the subject area. FTQSC Minute Ref: Field Committee

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