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Unit name Introduction to Science for Health Professionals
Unit code XAB081
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School University College
Discipline Pre-Degree
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify and explain introductory human anatomy and physiology
  2. Identify and explain introductory biochemistry relevant to the health profession
  3. Communicate using bioscience and health profession terminology and information
  4. Explain the role of health professionals in the health system.

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Teaching

Assessment

AT1: Explain the Roles of a Nurse (15%)

AT2: Narrated Powerpoint presentation (35%)

AT3: Independent Learning Activities (25%)

AT4: Module Quizzes (25%)

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