Anatomy and Physiology Course

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Anatomy and Physiology Course

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These are the specifications of the Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine’s Anatomy and Physiology Online course:

Anatomy and Physiology Course 

These are the specifications of the Da Vinci College of Holistic Medicine’s Anatomy and Physiology course:
1. Awarding Institution / Body: Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine
2. Teaching Institution: Online and distance learning, with tutor support
3. Programme by: Da Vinci Institute of Holistic Medicine
4. Final Award Diploma in Anatomy and Physiology
5. Programme title: Anatomy and Physiology
6. Course Code and level: AP101
7. Duration of programme: One semester or 16 weeks
8. Total number of study hours: Equivalent to 10 US credits or 150 clock hours of study
9. Enrolment requirements: Anyone interested in increasing their knowledge in this topic
10. Enrolment date: Anytime
11. Fees: Full payment: €598 Euros;

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12. Aims of Programme: the Anatomy and Physiology Diploma course exists in order to enable students to:

Apply anatomical and physiological nomenclature to all studies of biological medicine
Understand the basic structure and function of the body in considerable detail
13. Intended Learning Outcomes and the means by which they are achieved and demonstrated:

Knowledge and understanding:

At the end of the course students will be able to:

demonstrate a knowledge of the basic principles of anatomy and physiology
deepen their knowledge further by studying more detailed texts
have a full understanding of the topography of organs and organ systems in the body
examine blood tests and understand the results and how these relate to various physiological systems
Students will know and understand:

all anatomical structures and their topography in the body
all physiological systems and their basic functioning and pathology
both micro and macro levels of anatomy and physiology
Cognitive / Intellectual Skills:

At the end of the course students will be able to:

  • understand all the basic principles of anatomy and physiology as it applies to the human being
  • understand and identify visually all diagrams of the body and their structures in 3-dimensions
  • understand how living things are organized and the properties that we share with animals, plants and even bacteria.
  • Understand the common vocabulary pertinent to anatomy and physiology and its correct pronunciation
  • Achievement of Learning Outcomes

The intended learning outcomes (above) are achieved using the following teaching and learning strategies.

Online material:

  • Many colour illustrated diagrams and photographs to make learning more visual
  • 3-D paintings make the transition from text to actual anatomical structures more easy to understand
  • Understand the numerous feedback systems such as receptors, control centers and effectors and their role in controlling physiological conditions
  • Quizzes to help students opportunities to assess their knowledge

Tutoring:

All students have a tutor available that they can contact with questions in case they get stuck

Course assignments:

The course assignments or quizzes allow the students to revise each section of the course before moving on to the next.

14. Programme structures and requirements, levels, modules, credits and awards

There is no prerequisite study required for this module.

This module consists of 25 lessons covering all the body systems and their organization in the human body.

There are assignments consisting of 10 true/false or multiple choice questions after each of the 25 lessons, making a total of 25 assignments.
The grades for each assignment go towards the final mark.

The Final Exam at the end of the course is taken online and is timed. It consists of 60 questions, all of which have been taken from the assignments.

Assignments and the final exam are equally weighted so the majority of marks towards the final grade do not come from the final exam but from the assignments.

15. Course Curriculum

The different sections cover:

Anatomical Language
Organ Systems
Axial Skeleton
Appendicular Skeleton
Joints and Synovial Joint Movements
Skeletal Muscles and Their Actions
Spinal Nerves
Structure and Function of the Brain
Special Senses
The Endocrine System
Cardiovascular System: The Heart
Blood Vessel Identification
Lymphatic System
Respiratory System
The Digestive System
Urinary System
Male Reproductive System
Female Reproductive System
Specific lessons covered include:

1 – An Introduction to the Human Body

Lesson 2 – The Chemical Level of Organization

Lesson 3 – The Cellular Level of Organization

Lesson 4 – The Tissue Level of Organization

Lesson 5 – The Integumentary System

Lesson 6 – Introduction to the Skeletal System

Lesson 7 – The Axial Skeletonthorax_animation_from_interactive_thorax_and_abdomen.gif

Lesson 8 – The Appendicular Skeleton

Lesson 9 – Articulations

Lesson 10 – Muscle Tissue

Lesson 11 – The Muscular System

Lesson 12 – Introduction to the Nervous System

Lesson 13 – The Central Nervous System

Lesson 14 – The Peripheral Nervous System

Lesson 15 – Sensory, Motor and Integrative System

Lesson 16 – The Special Senses

Lesson 17 – The Endocrine System

Lesson 18 – The Cardiovascular System: The Blood

Lesson 19 – The Cardiovascular System: The Heart

Lesson 20 – The Cardiovascular System: The Blood Vessels

Lesson 21 – The Lymphatic System and Immunity

Lesson 22 – The Respiratory System

Lesson 23 – The Digestive System

Lesson 24 – The Urinary System

Lesson 25 – The Reproductive System

Course Materials:

All course materials are online, including images, videos, animations, assignments and final exams. The embossed and signed Anatomy and Physiology Diploma Certificate will be sent to all students around the world.

Further Information

If you would like any further information regarding this course, please call an advisor today on (International: 00 357 24 – 82 33 22) or email: admin@collegenaturalmedicine.com

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