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DPP378_syllabusrev - DPPP 378 ANATOMY FOR THE HEALTH...

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Page i DPPP 378 – ANATOMY FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS COURSE INFORMATION AND LECTURE / LAB SCHEDULE Course Coordinator / Instructor Mark Frasier, M.S. 970-420-2499 [email protected] All course work done through: DPPP 378 ANATOMY FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS Blackboard Course site. Access to this Course is automatic following your registration for the course. To Log on, go to: http://blackboard.une.edu/webct/entryPage.dowebct Lecture: 43 - 50 minute lectures delivered by streaming video from the Blackboard Course Laboratory: Done using Visible Human Dissector and Virtual Edge software. Technology Consultant If you have a problem with Blackboard or your software, please contact Jeani Reagan, Technology Integration Manager/Consultant, 207-602-2335, [email protected] INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS REQUIRED : The Virtual Edge - Human Prosection Guide Frasier/Giddings Hard copy laboratory text The Visible Human Dissector (VHD) – DVD Touch of Life Technologies *The Virtual Edge - Human Prosection Guide CD Frasier/Giddings Software - Electronic laboratory text (same as hard copy book. This electronic book interfaces with the VHD) Human Anatomy Lecture Notes Frasier/Giddings Essential Clinical Anatomy, Moore/Agur, 3 rd edition *Virtual Edge CD key code will come with VHD DVD & downloaded from Touch of Life Technologies Web site OPTIONAL : Atlas (your choice, but highly recommended) Atlas of Human Anatomy , Netter Color Atlas of Anatomy , Rohen/Yokochi
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Page ii COURSE INFORMATION Prerequisites Basic Biology Course Description and Goals DPPP378 presents the gross anatomy of the human body from a regional perspective, utilizing clinical applications as a basis for anatomical understanding. Other disciplines such as physiology, embryology, histology and anthropology will also be included when they assist in anatomical understanding. The lecture portion of the course will include: 1. The skeletal, muscular, vascular, and nervous system components of the upper and lower extremities. 2. The vascular, nervous and organ system components of the thorax, abdomen and pelvis. 3. The musculature and vasculature of the head, neck and back. 4. An overview of cranial nerves and the central nervous system. The laboratory portion of the course includes: 1. Computer facilitated study using The Visible Human Dissector anatomy software. Emphasis on identifying relationships and locations of anatomical structures as well as practicing anatomical vocabulary. The lecture and laboratory are intimately correlated and inseparable. The course has been designed to fit the needs of students preparing for careers in health related fields such as Fitness and Athletics; Pre-Medicine; Pre-Physical and Occupational Therapy; Pre-Physician Assistant; Nursing; Bio-Education (Teachers!), as well as students simply interested in their own physical construction.
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Page iii DPPP 378 ANATOMY FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS The following schedule lists the lectures and laboratories for each of the 4 regions of study. The
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course BI 200 taught by Professor Potter during the Fall '11 term at Montgomery College.

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