NATS 1010 Human Anatomy and Physiology 2

Credit Points 10

Legacy Code 400869

Coordinator Cherylea Browne Opens in new window

Description Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 systematically covers anatomy and physiology at an introductory level. This unit is designed to provide students, especially those in clinical health science programs, with an overview of body systems and their functions, to ensure a suitable basis for their future studies. The unit studies the basic structure and function of the major body systems such as cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary, reproductive and lymphatic. This unit also explores the physiological processes involved in the immune response, cell metabolism, regulation of body fluids and acid-base balance. Emphasis is placed on the interconnection and relationship between structure and function at every level of organisation.

School Science

Student Contribution Band HECS Band 2 10cp

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Level Undergraduate Level 1 subject

Incompatible Subjects LGYA 5933 - Introduction to Human Anatomy and Histology BIOS 1024 - Introduction to Human Physiology BIOS 1018 - Human Medical Sciences 2 LGYA 7033 - Human Medical Sciences 1 NATS 1013 - Introduction to Anatomy NATS 1015 - Introduction to Anatomy and Histology NATS 1017 - Introduction to Human Physiology BIOS 1025 - Introduction to Physiology NATS 1012 - Introduction to Anatomy

Restrictions Anatomy labs are used which restricts the number of students that can enrol in this subject. Students must be enrolled in one of the programs for which the subject is a core requirement (currently 4658 Bachelor of Health Science (Sport & Exercise Science), 4663 Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Occupational Therapy, 4660 Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 4661 Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Podiatric Medicine, 4662 Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Physiotherapy, 4666 Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) Master of Podiatric Medicine, 4668 Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) /Master of Physiotherapy, 4669 Bachelor of Health Science (Paramedicine), 4763 Bachelor of Speech Pathology and 4764 Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours)

Assumed Knowledge

Basic biological/anatomical/physiological principles, as would be acquired in 400868 Human Anatomy & Physiology 1.

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this subject, students should be able to:
  1. Identify, describe and explain basic form and function of specific anatomical structures.
  2. Identify, describe and explain the physiological processes of major body systems.
  3. Describe and explain the interrelationships within and between anatomical and physiological systems of the human body.
  4. Describe and explain how body systems help to maintain a constant internal environment.

Subject Content

1. Introductory anatomy and physiology of the following body systems:
- cardiovascular system
- Respiratory system
- Digestive system
- Urinary system
- Reproductive system
- Lymphatic system and Immunity
2. Body fluids, acid-base balance, metabolism

Assessment

The following table summarises the standard assessment tasks for this subject. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated, where there is a difference your Learning Guide takes precedence.

Item Length Percent Threshold Individual/Group Task
Intrasemester Tests x 2 Up to 40 mins 30 N Individual
3 x online worksheets on practical work 45 minutes 15 N Individual
Multiple choice Exam 2 hours 55 N Individual
Anatomy Lab Induction (online module) 15 minutes 0 Y Individual

Prescribed Texts

  • Marieb, E.N. and Hoehn, K. (2010). Human Anatomy and Physiology. 8th Edition. San Francisco: Benjamin Cummings/Pearson.

Teaching Periods

2022 Semester 2

Campbelltown

Day

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