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1st year in 2 pages


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1st year in 2 pages

  1. 1. Anatomy Metabolism Cell Biology Statistics PharmacologyAnatomical terminology Metabolism Cells and organelles Introduction to statistics Receptors: pharma perspectiveIntroduction to Anatomy and Anaerobic Metabolism Anatomy of the ANS Medical stats Lung mechanics 1dissection Glycogen synthesis and Lipids and membrane structure Data presentation and descriptive analysis Aerobic metabolismThe skeleton degradation Introduction to Medical Imaging Confidence intervals and their use in Intracellular signaling 1Muscles and joints Skeletal Muscle: regulation Anatomy of breathing smoking studies Intracellular signaling 2Tissue organisation and of contraction Functional organisation of the Adrenergic neurotransmissionepithelia Fat as fuel Respiratory system Biochemistry ANS: Pharma perpective Cell structure & organellesChanges in the doctor - Nutrition and Health Amino acids and proteins Pharmacology Tutorials (x3) pH and Bufferspatient relationship Liver functions: glucose Protein structure and function Membranes and transport Easy ReadingThe Chest Wall and homeostasis Properties of enzymes and enzyme Introduction to Clinical Interview Metabolism 1Thoracic Apertures Liver function: protein and kinetics Public Health: Global Health Sickle Cell problem solving workshopCommunication between nitrogen metabolism Enzyme regulation Problems Signalling systemsexcitable cells Physiology Tutorials (x3) The origins of man and the Alcohol/Addiction Integration of metabolismRespiratory tract, lungs and relevance to medicine The benefits of physical activity DNA/RNA Protein synthesispleurae Cell motility and the cytoskeleton Microbiology Hospitals and Patient CareLung mechanics 2 (airways Psychological processes in the Collagen Synthesis and Introduction to clinicalresistance) Disorders consultation Immunology communication in healthcareAnatomy of the Heart 1 Regulation of the cell cycle and Innate Immune Protection Bacterial Pathology Healthcare, Ethics and medical lawAnatomy of the Heart 2 and cancer Antibody, lympocytes and the generation of Viral Infections Social influences on illnessSuperior Mediastinum Structure and properties of diversity behaviourBone and cartilage Pathology nucleoacids T cells, effector functions and the MHC Capacity, Consent and Introduction to microbiologyThe abdominal walls DNA transcription Immune recognition and immune tolerance Confidentiality Cell injuryInguinal region and hernias Translation: Protein synthesis Spread of infection/control/resistance What is good health Acute/Chronic InflammationPeritoneum Protein Targeting When the immune system goes wrong Stress, health and illness Healing/RepairConnective Tissue Antibiotics and protein synthesis Immunology Tutorial (x1) Clinical and social research methods The Biology of cancerThe Nervous System DNA replication/mutations/analysis Introduction to embreyologyInferior mediastinum Biochem Tutorials (x7)
  2. 2. Zoltanʼs Kidney Carolineʼs Johnʼs Chest Pain Frankʼs Small Amyʼs Asthma SanjayʼsFailure Hypertension Scenario Introduction Lungs Scenario Introduction MalaiseScenario Introduction Scenario Introduction Starlingʼs Law Scenario Introduction Hypersensitivity ScenarioRenal gross anatomy & The cardiac cycle Initiation of the heart beat Diffusion and transport 1 Control of Ventilation Introductionmicrostructure Structure and regulation of Electrocardiogram Diffusion and transport 2 Pharmacology of Asthma Ventilation-Functions of the Kidney, vascular SM cells Blood cells and haemopoesis Health related behaviours Adherence and placebo effects perfusionFiltration and clearance Regulation of the vascular Homeostasis (clotting) Health beliefs and Scenario Debrief relationshipsRenal Concentration system Microcirculation and capillary attitudes Respiratory FailureMechanisms, Solute and Water Short and long term dynamics Justice, diversity and Respiratory TractTransport 1 regulation of blood Embolism and infarction resources Gusʼs Rugby Injury InfectionsSolute and water transport 2 pressure Pharmacology: Angina Scenario Debrief Scenario Introduction Treatment ofRegulation of osmolarity, Comparing two population Pharmacology: MI Venous circulation and infection 1sodium and water means Pharmacology: Arrhythmias hemorrhage Treatment ofAcid-base regulation Treatment of hypertension Johnʼs Heart Failure Shock and hemorrhage infection 2Diuretics Scenario Debrief Physiopathology of heart failure Cardiovascular and respiratory InfluenzaScenario Debrief Treatment of heart failure responses to exercise Thermoregulation Scenario Debrief Psychological responses to Scenario Debrief illness Scenario DebriefHistology Sessions Jackʼs Jaundice Ireneʼs Incontinence Veraʼs Blood Paulʼs W. Loss/Kemalʼs DianaʼsPh1 Scenario Introduction Scenario Introduction Vomiting Obesity DiarrheaIntroduction to Epithelia and Microstructure and glands Posterior abdominal wall Scenario Introduction Scenario Introduction ScenarioConnective Tissue of the GI tract Pelvis and perineum Histology of the GI tract Energy balance and control of IntroductionSkin Epidemiology of viral Rectum and anal canal The stomach and spleen body weight The intestinesCartilage and Bone hepatitis Structure of bladder, prostate, Surgical problems of Macronutrients. Protein energy GeneralMuscle Bile and biliary system urethra gastric and duodenal malnutrition histological Alcohol intake metabolism Physiology and pharmacology ulceration Regression and correlation organisation and and acute effect on liver of urinary incontinencePh2 Salivary, gastric and Vitamins 1 development of the and CNS Imaging of the abdominal pancreatic secretions Vitamins 2 gutThe Urinary Tract The liver and protein viscera Motility of the gut Lipid transport in the blood and Digestion andBlood Cells and Blood Vessels synthesis Hospitalisation /stressful Peptic ulceration/ hyperlipoproteinaemias absorption ofThe Respiratory System Oral administration and procedures pharmacology of the gut Minerals nutrientsAlimentary Tract absorption of drugs/ drug Scenario Debrief Liver and hepatobiliary The fed and fasting state 1 Salt/Water BalanceGlands of the GI Tract: salivary metabolism in the liver system The fed and fasting state 2 in intestine 1glands, pancreas, liver and gall Scenario Debrief Scenario Debrief Eating disorders Salt/Water Balancebladder Scenario Debrief in intestine 2 Scenario Debrief