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ANAT3888: Anatomy and Histology Projects

Our ever-changing world requires knowledge that extends across multiple disciplines. The ability to identify and explore interdisciplinary links is a crucial skill for emerging professionals and researchers alike. This unit presents the opportunity to bring together the concepts and skills you have learnt in your discipline and apply them to a real-world problem. A broad range of projects where you will use your anatomy skills may be offered, examples may include working on a project that investigates application of anatomy knowledge in ergonomics or biomechanics, or in education and display of anatomical artifacts. In this unit, you will continue to understand and explore disciplinary knowledge, while also meeting and collaborating with students from across the University through project-based learning; identifying and solving problems, collecting and analysing data and communicating your findings to a diverse audience. All of these skills are highly valued by employers. This unit will foster the ability to work in interdisciplinary teams, and this is essential for both professional and research pathways in the future.

Code ANAT3888
Academic unit Department of Medical Sciences
Credit points 6
Prerequisites:
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{12cp from [ANAT2008 or (ANAT2010 or ANAT2910) or MEDS2005]} or [BMED2401 and 6cp from (BMED2402 or BMED2403 or BMED2405 or BMED2406)]
Corequisites:
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None
Prohibitions:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. Demonstrate deep and comprehensive disciplinary knowledge of the organization and development of the human body from its gross structure to the cellular and intracellular levels.
  • LO2. Demonstrate the ability to communicate in written, oral and illustrative forms a deep and comprehensive disciplinary knowledge, to a discipline specific audience
  • LO3. Create an investigation strategy, explore solutions, discuss approaches and predict outcomes.
  • LO4. Analyse data using modern information technology and digital skills.
  • LO5. Interpret and write-up the results of both quantitative and qualitative scientific experiments conducted in groups or alone.
  • LO6. Demonstrate integrity, confidence, personal resilience and the capacity to manage challenges, both individually and in teams.
  • LO7. Collaboratively develop and adhere to appropriate rules for group conduct of collaborations and assignments.
  • LO8. Find, define and delimit authentic problems in order to address them. Apply disciplinary knowledge to solve problems in an interdisciplinary context.
  • LO9. Collaborate with diverse groups and across cultural and disciplinary boundaries to develop solution(s) to the project problems.
  • LO10. Accept the challenge of learning a new skill or technique and use the skill in a disciplinary and interdisciplinary context.
  • LO11. Accept, act on and deliver constructive criticism.
  • LO12. Demonstrate effective time management to achieve learning outcomes.
  • LO13. Communicate project outcomes effectively to a broad audience.

Unit outlines

Unit outlines will be available 1 week before the first day of teaching for the relevant session.