Conceptualization and Concepts
Conceptualization is a process of defining the agreed
meaning of the terms used in a study.
Indicators are identified to mark the presence or
absence of a concept.
Some concepts ha
Chapter 3: Searching the Literature
Chapter 7: Reading and Evaluating
Reading the Literature
You will need to understand what has already
been written about a topic before you can ask
a new question or develop a new way of
answering an o
Nature and Purpose of Research
The lifeblood of a profession because it produces information that adds to the
professions body of knowledge
Formal, Systematic, and Logical
Deductive reasoning is thinking that proceeds from a general assumpt
Final Exam Review
Final Exam Total 120 Marks
Definitions (15 marks)
Define 5 from list of 10
3 marks each for total of
Multiple Choice (20
Circle the most correct
There will be 20
Ethical Concerns in
A moral imperative: Respect for
Core moral objection to using another
human solely as a means toward even
because doing so fails to respect their
Lab #4 Take Home Questions
1) An elite female cyclist weighing 68 kg performs 6 3 minute intervals on a Monark
ergometer at 90 rpm and 3.5 kp.
a) How much total work does the cyclist complete during these intervals?
b) What is the primary energy system us
Lab #3 Take Home Questions
1) Your client eats a plate of chicken wings while watching an Oilers game, which
consists of 1200 kilocalories. You are explaining to them how long they must
exercise in order to burn the equivalent amount of calories in the wi
10 minute time limit
Must complete scene, primary, secondary survery, as well as treat any injuries/wounds
Must be able to go through surveys abut also interpret certain info Be able to
recognixe shock DECAPVLS etc.
Don't forget to check for CSF an
Jan 30 Lab 3: Secondary Survey
Its usually best to stow and go, rather than stay and let someone die
Once we see the patient isnt that bad after our primary survey, we undergo the secondary survey
To check pupils, take one hand and open the eye and shine
3 at base of calf
1 at arch of foot
3 at medial to lateral (for inversion sprain)
Go under heel, Anchor with low or high basket weave
Follow some line as arch anchor. Do 3
Heel Lock 2 each side
Find right angle (continuou
The neuromuscular system and exercise
Includes the interactions b/w our nervous system and skeletal muscle
When there is a voluntary ability to move,
o Efferent nerve impulses are sent from the brain to the muscle and these can be modified
The upper extremities contain
60 bones, 30 on each side
8 Carpal bones
5 Metacarpal bones
The humerus or arm
The pelvic or hip girdle consist of the 2 hip bones.
They are attached on the anterior side at the pubic
symphysis and posteriorly by the sacrum.
Provides a strong base for the vertebral column.
Location of attachment of lower extremities to
The skull consists
of 22 bones:
8 cranial bones that
form the cranial
cavity to enclose
and protect the
14 facial bones that
form the face.
The Vertebral Column or Spine
Is a strong. Flexible rod that:
It is formed by
Functions of Bone
Support a framework for the body.
Protection protects internal organs.
Assistance in movement muscles contracting
when attached to bones produce movement.
Mineral storage and release minerals are
stored then released as required by th
Introduction to Anatomy
Anatomy is the
study of the
structures of the
body and the
A standard position
that ensures that
directional terms are
Feet flat on floor