This unit is characterized by a moderate degree of flexibility. It incorporates a variety
of learning tools and media. It will comprise:
1. Three 1-hour lectures per week, delivered online weeks 1-13.
2. Four Saturday, full day (9am-5pm), on campus sessions which includes practicals and tutorial sessions (weeks 5, 7, 11, 13). These will be held in anatomy laboratories and university classrooms; discussions will be carried; histology slides, anatomy models and flow charts will be used.
3. Two Sunday, half day (9am-5pm) revision and practical examination sessions (weeks 7 and 13).
It is expected that you participate in a minimum of 70% of practical and tutorial classes on the weekend sessions in order for it to be deemed that you have made a serious attempt of this unit. Participation will be marked at the start of the practical and tutorial classes.
Required and Recommended Texts and/or Materials
Tortora GJ and Derrickson B. 2015. Introduction to the Human Body. 10th ed. Wiley.
HLTH108 Introduction to Anatomy Laboratory Manual - available at Co-op Shop bookshop.
Tortora GJ and Nielsen MT. 2014. Principles of Human Anatomy. 13th ed. Wiley.
More detailed anatomy textbooks:
Drake RL, Vogl AW and Mitchell AWM. 2015. Gray’s Anatomy for Students. 3nd ed. Elsevier.
Moore KL and Dalley AF. 2014. Clinically Oriented Anatomy 7th ed. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
Abrahams PH, Spratt JD, Loukas M, van Schoor AN. 2013. McMinn’s Clinical Atlas of Human Anatomy. 6th ed. Mosby/Saunder Elsevier.
Mescher AL. 2013. Junqueira’s Basic Histology. 13th ed. McGraw Hill.