Anatomy and Physiology for Rehabilitation Science 2 (NHPBM1032)

This course is taught as an interdisciplinary course, providing a firm grounding in the knowledge and skills required for optimal collaboration within interdisciplinary teams. This course builds the principles introduced in NHPBM1031. This includes a detailed study of gross anatomical structure and functional anatomy of the upper limb and human vessels. Basic human biology including DNA and genetics. Physiological processes around mental health and nutrition. The fundamental science behind biofeedback and electrical therapy applications as relevant to the rehabilitation sciences. The emphasis will be on gaining an integrated understanding of the human body through practical sessions including digital human cadaveric material and functional and clinical case-studies to facilitate integration of material and correlation.

Credit points 15
EFTSL 0.125
Contribution band 2
For students entolled in Commonwealth Supported Place CSP), each course falls into one of three bands. The band determines the student contributuon amount (SCA) which is charged for each course. The maximum student contribution amounts are based on a standard, full-time enrolment (120 credit points per year) with courses in the same band.