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Anatomy and Pathology in Cross-Sectional Imaging


Course Details


Course/Module Code

UZYRMV-15-M

Level

M

Fees

19-20 Accedited 15 credits

£710.00

Assessed

Course Dates

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Course Dates

Course Information : Distance Learning there are no contact days at UWE. Induction day (not mandatory but advised): 2nd October 2019. Module commencement (online): 20th January 2020. Submission date: 28th April 2020.

Venue

CPD DISTANCE LEARNING (GLENSIDE)

Attendance days for the course

Wednesday - 02 October 2019CPD DISTANCE LEARNING (GLENSIDE)09:00 - 17:00

Applications

University

Assessment

Component A:
A portfolio of evidence equivalent to 2500 words.

Rationale:
The portfolio of evidence is deemed an appropriate method of assessment in its ability to assess all module learning outcomes. The inclusion of extracts from discussion board contributions ensures your engagement with the module content but also with peers for shared learning and debate.

Formative assessment will be achieved by feedback on discussion board contributions from the module team, indicating where good understanding has been achieved or where there is scope for further exploration and development.

Campus

Glenside

Content

Syllabus will include:

  • Cross-sectional anatomy of the human body.
  • Use of cross-sectional images to demonstrate relevant anatomical structures.
  • Use of hybrid images to illustrate common disease states.
  • Using knowledge to support practice, and improve service delivery.
  • Clinical decision-making and the role of hybrid imaging in this process.

Course Director

Rob Stewart

Introduction

Anatomy and Pathology in Cross-Sectional Imaging module allows you to demonstrate an in depth understanding of the regional anatomy of the human body in health and disease.

On completion of the course you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate relevant understanding of anatomical spatial relationships.
  • Critically evaluate pathological changes to normal anatomy.
  • Critically discuss the application of anatomical and pathological knowledge to professional development and service improvement.

Learning and Teaching

Teaching and learning methods will include, but not be limited to, asynchronous delivery of lecture material through narrated presentations, notes and other guided reading, VLE discussion board fora with specific objectives, workplace tasks, and other study tasks deemed appropriate to the development of student knowledge. Formative feedback on allocated study tasks will be provided via discussion boards.

Cross-sectional anatomy will be learnt through narrated presentations; tasks that require active engagement, such as image labelling, drawing and answering questions; and image review on provided image series for each of the body areas.
You will also be encouraged to review images produced in their own clinical departments. Anatomy will also bedemonstrated through specific examples of disease that show anatomical structure and how it is changed in the presence of disease.

Scheduled learning includes vodcast presentations, discussion board entries, work based learning. Independent learning includes hours engaged with essential reading, assignment preparation and completion.

Telephone

+44 (0)117 32 81158

Title

15 credit Masters level module


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