Anatomy and Physiology II

Structure Type: Course
Code: SSHP1902
Type: Compulsory
Level: Bachelor
Credits: 2.0 points
Responsible Teacher: Munck, Maria-Riikka
Teacher Team: Munck, Maria-Riikka ; Lehtola, Kirsi ; Rasivirta, Eila ; Kajan, Elina ; Sundqvist-Kekäläinen, Mirva ; Vekara, Outi
Language of Instruction: Finnish

Course Implementations, Planned Year of Study and Semester

Curriculum  Semester  Credits  Start of Semester  End of Semester
S-SH-2013H   2 autumn   2.0        
S-SH-2013T   2 autumn   2.0        
SH-2014   2 autumn   2.0        
TH-2014   2 autumn   2.0        
S-SH-2013VK   2 autumn   2.0        
SH-2015   1 spring   2.0        
TH-2015   1 spring   2.0        
SH-2016   1 spring   2.0        
TH-2016   1 spring   2.0        
SH-2017   1 spring   2.0        
SH-2017V   1 spring   2.0        
TH-2017   1 spring   2.0        

Learning Outcomes

Students are familiar with the course dealt with organs and organ systems of the structure and the associated Latin terminology. Students are able to place the location of the organs in the human body, understand the importance of organ systems throughout the body's activities and identify potential structural-place with functional disorder. Students are familiar with the nervous system and the central nervous system structure and function, essentially, to understand the brain's structure and function, be able to describe the different structure and function of the senses, to understand the sensation of pain concept, part of the different blood groups and transfer of the chart, to understand the hormones in the importance of the human life cycle, as well as the autonomic nervous system and co-regulation of the endocrine system of vital signs to understand the body's temperature regulation mechanism and is able to increase the body's structure and function.

Student's Workload

Total work load of the course: 54 h
- of which scheduled studies: 26 h
- of which autonomous studies: 28 h
The assesment of student's own learning 1 h is included in contact lessons.

Prerequisites / Recommended Optional Courses

Anatomy and Physiology II

Contents

The human nervous system, blood and blood groups, sensory function, the endocrine system, thermoregulation, reproduction

Recommended or Required Reading

Niensted, W., Hänninen, O., 2009. Ihmisen fysiologia ja anatomia. WSOY

Mode of Delivery / Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods

Lectures 26 h, supervised practical exercices abd independent studying 28 h

Assessment Criteria

Grade 5.
The student
- is able to understand the the interaction between disease/health and the human organism and is able to use concepts in Latin on professional level

Grade 3.
The student
- knows the structure and functions of the human organism and is able to use the basic concepts also in Latin

Grade 1.
The student knows:
- how to tell about the structure and functions on human organism and knows the basic concepts in Latin

Assessment Methods

Written Exam 100 %, numeric scale/grading 0-5

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