This course builds on the principles introduced in HEASP1011. It further develops the study of gross anatomical structure and functional anatomy relevant to communication sciences and disorders. It builds on how anatomy and physiology relate to the speech, language, swallowing, voice, fluency and hearing systems. The course also develops physiological processes and anatomical structure of the cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, renal reproductive systems and endocrinology as relevant to the rehabilitation sciences. The emphasis will be on gaining an integrated understanding of the human body through practical sessions including human cadaveric material and functional and clinical case studies to facilitate integration of material and correlation. Some course modules maybe co-taught with NHPBM1032.
For further information regarding the course please refer to the Course Outline found at the following link (PDF, 180kB).
* excluding students enrolled in a Postgraduate Clinical Psychology, Professional Pathway Psychology or Professional Pathway Social Work program. For accredited program and student contribution information please visit our CSP page.
Note: Due to the Job-ready Graduates Package new funding clusters and contribution amounts will take effect in the 2021 academic year. Grandfathering arrangements will be in place for students who would see an increase in their contribution amounts. Under these arrangements, students who commenced their course of study before 1 January 2021 facing increased student contribution amounts for a unit, will instead have their student contribution and Australian Government contribution amounts remain as they were under the previous arrangements (with existing rates being indexed by CPI each year). If continuing students are enrolled in units that will see their student contribution amount lowered, their student contributions will be the lowered amount