An introduction to the structure and function of the musculoskeletal, nervous, endocrine and immune systems in the human body, and to biostatistics.
We all take for granted that our body functions under so many different conditions whether we are sitting at a desk, playing sport, eating or resting. In HUBS 191 you will have the opportunity to develop conceptual learning skills about the structure (Anatomy) and function (Physiology) of your body and how these systems work under different conditions. Modules include movement and the nervous system (Human Movement and Sensation), hormones (Endocrine system) and response to injury (Immune System). The paper integrates this material to help you understand how and why our bodies are such amazingly efficient machines.
|Paper title||Human Body Systems 1|
|Subject||Human Body Systems|
|Teaching period||Semester 1 (On campus)|
|Domestic Tuition Fees (NZD)||$1,092.15|
|International Tuition Fees (NZD)||$5,314.50|
- ANAT 101, ANAT 120, PHSE 191, PHSL 101
- Schedule C
- Essential for Health Sciences First Year; BSc majors in Anatomy, Physiology, Neuroscience, Human Nutrition and Microbiology; and BBiomedSc majors in Functional Human Biology, Infection and Immunity, Reproduction, Genetics and Development, Molecular Basis of Health and Disease, Drugs and Human Health and Nutrition and Metabolism in Human Health.
- Course Administrator: Mr Philip Kelly Professional Practice Fellow
- Teaching staff
Academic Course Convenor: Dr Rebecca Bird
Anatomy Modules Convenor: Dr Rebecca Bird
Physiology Modules Convenor: Dr Tanya Cully
Lecturers include: Dr Rebecca Bird
Dr Charlotte King
Dr Tanya Cully
Professor Christine Jasoni
Dr Phil Heyward
Associate Professor Joanna Kirman
Associate Professor Bruce Russell
Professor Alexander McLellan
- Teaching Arrangements
You will attend three lectures each week. Lectures are also video streamed and recorded. You will participate in a 3-hour laboratory session on alternate weeks.
Required: Martini, Ober, Nath, Bartholomew, Petti (2018). Visual Anatomy and Physiology and Martini’s Atlas of the Human Body. 3rd Edn, Pearson.
- Graduate Attributes Emphasised
- Global perpective, Interdisciplinary perspective, Lifelong learning, Scholarship,
Communication, Critical thinking, Cultural understanding, Ethics, Environmental literacy,
Information literacy, Research, Self-motivation, Teamwork.
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- Learning Outcomes
Successfully completing HUBS 191 gives you the essential building blocks of knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the human body. This knowledge will underpin your further study in a wide range of Health Science disciplines. These include both Bachelor of Science (BSc) and biomedical science (BBiomedSc) majors and minors. HUBS191 is part of the Health Sciences First Year programme required for access to a range of Professional Health Science qualifications.