Module syllabus of: HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

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Module syllabus of: HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY General information

Facilitator’s Information

Module Information

Institute

NYAGATARE School of Nursing and Midwifery

Program

Advanced diploma in Nursing and Midwifery, 1st year

Module name

Human Anatomy and Physiology

Module code

HAP/N104

Credit – Hours

10 Credits (100hours)

Planning of the Module

Semester I

Classroom Location

Main Hall

Pre-requisite or requisite modules

None

Full name

Mr. Dieudonné KAYIRANGA and Ms Burke Kelly

Title

Lecturer

Office and Location

Staff Room or Skills laboratory

Phone number

0783009299

Email address

[email protected]

Office hours or contact

Every day

Module description

This module deals with human body structure, function and their relationship. It is designed to enable students gain understanding of normal body structure and functioning of different organ systems of human body. Therefore it will become the basis for further study in the nursing profession.

Background and The purpose of the module

The purpose describes the direction and the goal of the module within the framework of Nursing /Midwifery education. Without the understanding of the functioning of the human, no link can be done with the pathologies and their care and support by the nurse and midwife.

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Requirements to student

At the completion of this Module, a nurse student in practice has to be:

1. Punctual: respect of deadlines of assignments 2. Sense of responsibities: being present during the module and in participative way, research in library, drawing diagrams 3. Honest: cheating is prohibited. Module learning outcomes

Required texts, readings and resources.

Module syllabus of Human Anatomy and Physiology/ 2013

At the end of the module, students will be able to: 1. Define the key terms commonly used in Anatomy and Physiology 2. Describe Structure and function of the human body 3. Explain functional significance of each organ relative to the maintenance of a constant internal environment. 4. Apply knowledge of normal structure and function of human body in nursing care practice 5. Apply the knowledge of structure and function of human body in future to carry out procedures 6. Appreciate the knowledge of structure and function of human body 1. Waugh Anne, Grant Allison. Ross and Wilson. Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Illness. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone; 2001 2. Mader S Sylvia. Understanding human anatomy and physiology.5th ed. Boston:McGraw Hill; 2005 3. Silverthorn. Human Physiology4e (at www.physiologyplace.com) 4. Van De Graaff MK, Fox IS, Lafleur MK. Synopsis of Human Anatomy & Physiology. Dubuque IA: Wm C Brown Publishers; 1997. 5. Saladin SK. Anatomy & Physiology. The Unity of Forum and Function. New York: McGraw Hill; 2004. 6. Tortora JG, Grabowski RS. Principles of Anatomy and Page 2 of 4

Physiology.9th.New York: John Wiley & Sons; 2000 7. Harley PJ. Human Physiology: From cells to systems.4th ed. Australia: Brooks/cole; 2001. Module learning and teaching strategies

Lectures, collaborative and participatory methods (role play, group discussions, case studies, workshops, brainstorming, presentations), demonstration and practice.

Teaching and technical assistance

Textbooks, projector, computer, LCD, Flipcharts, videotapes, audiotapes, pictures, photos, internet connectivity, softwares.

Grading criteria

Continuous Assessment Test after each fifteen hours (20 points), class participation (5 points) and group assignments (35 points); Final Written examination on 40 points. Dates for CAT and submitting assignments are mentioned in the Module schedule. The learner will pass when she/he will have 50% of total points.

N.B: Plagiarism is not acceptable in any academic work. Any evidence of plagiarism in any assignment might lead to annulling the assignment and disciplinary hearing. Module Content and organization

UNIT 1: ORGANISATIONAL LEVEL OF HUMAN BODY STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION: I.1. Levels of human structure I.2. Basic chemistry of life I.3. Cell structure and function 1.4. Tissue, membrane and body cavities 1.5. Human body position, section and planes UNIT 2: HUMAN BODY PROTECTION, SUPPORT AND

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MOVEMENT: II.1. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Integumentary systems II.2. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Skeletal systems II.3. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Muscular systems UNIT 3: HUMAN BODY CONTROL AND REGULATION: III.1. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous system III.2. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Sensory system III.3. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Endocrine system UNIT 4: CIRCULATORY SYSTEM IV.1. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Cardiovascular system IV.2. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Lymphatic system UNIT 5: INPUT AND OUT PUT OF BODY REQUIRED COMPONENTS: V.1. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Respiratory system V.2. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Digestive system V.3. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Urinary system

Module Policies     

UNIT 6: HUMAN REPRODUCTION VI.1. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Male reproductive system VI.2. Human Anatomy and Physiology of the Female reproductive system Every student is requested to complete required readings and prepare for class before attending; They are also required to attend regularly class as indicated in the academic regulations; Full active individual and group participation is recommended. Student should refer to the academic regulations for the Module attendance and lateness policies Recommended language: English.

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