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Dr Charles Sevigny
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Physiology is an integrative study of the control of normal body function. The specialised organ systems to be studied include the nervous, cardiovascular, muscular, respiratory, kidney and digestive systems. During this subject students will learn that physiology is an experimental science with many key concepts arising from qualitative and quantitative observation and analysis of living organisms. The lectures will incorporate active interaction between students and lecturers using live polling software to answer questions during lectures.
Intended learning outcomes
On completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- Demonstrate a depth of knowledge in human physiology
- Integrate their understanding across multiple physiological systems and how they interact
- Apply their understanding of physiological systems to novel scenarios
- Communicate their understanding to others in a meaningful and impactful way
Students should develop and enhance skills related to problem solving, integration, and application of complex topics and processes.
Last updated: 22 November 2023