PTY-10055 - Anatomy, Physiology and Movement Science - Neurological, Cardiovascular and Respiratory (N, CVR)
Coordinator: Anirban Banerjee Tel: +44 1782 7 34254
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Level: Level 4
Credits: 15
Study Hours: 150
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Programme/Approved Electives for 2020/21

None

Available as a Free Standing Elective

No

Co-requisites

None

Prerequisites

None

Barred Combinations

None

Description for 2020/21

This module forms part of the BSc (Hons) Rehabilitation Science programme at Keele University which is an innovative, integrated programme that prepares the graduate for further study or employment in health and social care settings. The module introduces the normal anatomy and physiology of the human neurological, cardiovascular and respiratory systems and provides a basic introduction to movement science in these contexts.
The programmes reflect the shifting emphasis away from increasing the quantity of care towards enhancing the quality of care, moving away from a medical disease model towards a health model based on personal responsibility and prevention of disease.

Aims
To introduce the normal anatomy and physiology of the human body, focusing on the neurological, cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
To provide a basic introduction to movement science in the healthy adult (neurological, cardiovascular and respiratory systems).
To introduce terminology associated with movement science (neurological, cardiovascular and respiratory systems).

Intended Learning Outcomes

describe the anatomy and physiology of the human neurological, cardiovascular and respiratory systems;: 1,2,

recognise and begin to analyse normal anatomical presentation and physiological function in the neurological, cardiovascular and respiratory systems utilising the principles of movement science;: 1,2,

explain the relevance and role of physiological measurements (neurological, cardiovascular and respiratory systems).: 1,2,

























Study hours

30 tutor led hours which may include lectures, practical classes and workshops, seminars, tutorials and two hours of assessment preparation classes etc.
120 hours of independent study.

School Rules

None

Description of Module Assessment

1: Exam weighted 40%
I Hour Multiple Choice Questions
A 1 hour examination. Up to thirty questions. Tests knowledge of anatomy and physiology of the neurological, cardiovascular and respiratory systems and related aspects of movement science.

2: Oral Exam weighted 60%
A 10 minute oral examination
An oral examination of 10 minutes. The knowledge and understanding of anatomy and physiology of the neurological, cardiovascular and respiratory systems will be explored (sampled from either the neurological or the cardiovascular and respiratory systems).