|Special notes|| ||teaching staff|| (Coordinator) Mr S Lockwood ||campus & mode|| Hbt, int ||unit weight|| [12.5%] ||teaching pattern|| sem1 - 42 hrs of lectures and 42 hrs of practicals and tutorials ||prerequisites|| admission to Medicine ||corequisites||mutual exclusions||method of assessment|| a written exam at the end of sem 1 (60%), essays and written reports (40%) ||required texts, etc|
in addition to prescribed journal articles and specially extracted material which will be reserved for students' use, the following texts are recommended and prescribed:
Harper AC, The Health of Populations an Introduction,  2nd edn, Churchill-Livingstone, Melbourne, 1994.
St. John's Ambulance Association, First Aid,  Ruskin Press.
Lovat TJ and Mitchell KR, Bioethics for Medical and Health Professionals,  Social Science Press, Wentworth Falls, NSW 1991.
Clements A (ed), Infant and Family Health in Australia,  2nd edn, Churchill-Livingstone, Melbourne 1992.
|recommended reading|| Davis A and George J, States of Health,  2nd edn, Harper Educational, Sydney, 1993.|
Australian Resuscitation Council, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation,  1980.
Illingworth R, The Normal Child,  10th edn, Churchill-Livingstone, 1991.
Illingworth R, The Development of the Infant,  9th edn, Churchill-Livingstone, 1987.
© University of Tasmania, 1996.To continue with Community and Rural Health units CLA2-
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