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PALMER COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC DEPARTMENT OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES SYLLABUS ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (ANAT 11110) FALL 2011 LEC: MTW 8:25-9:15 a.m. in W8 LAB: H 8:25-10:10 a.m. in W10 (SEC 01) H 12:05-1:50 p.m. in W10 (SEC 02) Credit hours: 4 Administrator: Cathy Eberhart, M.B.A. Director of Undergraduate Studies Phone: (563) 884-5741 INSTRUCTOR Katherine Manley-Buser, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. Associate Professor Office: Rm 207, Second Floor, Administration Building Phone: (563) 884-5752 (office); (563) 884-5741 (dept. office) Office Hours: MW 9:20-10:10 a.m.; TF 12:05-12:55 p.m.; F 8:25-9:15 a.m. e-mail: [email protected] website: PREREQUISITES High school or college biology within the last five years, or concurrent enrollment in ANAT 11099, Fundamentals of Human Biology. REQUISITE FOR This course is a prerequisite for Anatomy and Physiology II (ANAT 11220). COURSE DESCRIPTION This course, along with Anatomy and Physiology II, provides an introduction to human anatomy and physiology, focusing on the organization of the body in a hierarchical manner, from the level of the cell up to the level of the human organism as an integrated unit. Anatomy and Physiology I will cover cell and tissue organization and physiology, structure and function, as well as the organization and physiology of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.
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COURSE GOALS Competent practice of chiropractic, as with all health care professions, rests on a comprehensive knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the human body. This is as important for the Chiropractic Technologist, as it is for the Doctor of Chiropractic. This course, coupled with Anatomy and Physiology II, will begin building this foundation by acquainting the student with basic principles and terminology needed for both a structural and functional investigation of the human body. COMPETENCIES Attitude: Students are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner, e.g., are punctual and prepared for the day's scheduled topic; demonstrate a positive attitude, characteristic of Chiropractic and the Health Care profession; are well-groomed; are respectful of the opinions of others and ethical in their behavior. Knowledge: Students will learn the basic biological principles governing the function and structure of the human body, and will come to understand how the various hierarchical levels relate to one another. Specifically, upon completion of the course, the student will be able to: demonstrate a knowledge of basic anatomical terminology; explain fundamental concepts of chemistry; describe the anatomy and function of specific organelles found within a human cell; identify specific cellular organelles on prepared microscope slides; describe the anatomy and function of various tissues (i.e., epithelial, connective, muscular, and nervous tissues) within the human body; identify specific types of tissues on prepared microscope slides; describe the anatomy and function of the specific organs comprised by the
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