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ANAT30008 Lecture Notes

Written by William

Very detailed notes on every lecture taught. All important diagrams and charts explained clearly alo...

161 pages, 31677 words

Excellent H1 (89) Viscera and Visceral System

Written by Daniel

These notes were made using a combination of slides and Jenny Hayes' explanations, so they are very...

112 pages, 18217 words

Comprehensive Subject Notes for ANAT30008

Written by Joseph

These notes summarise everything you need to know. These notes are organised by lecture topic....

114 pages, 7900 words

FULL H1 NOTES FOR ANAT30008

Written by Vincent

ANAT30008 Viscera & Visceral Systems - Autonomic Nervous System; Thoracic Walls & Breast; Lungs, Ple...

189 pages, 42730 words

ANAT30008 Lecture Notes (H1-90): Thorax, Abdomen, Pelvis, Head and Neck

Written by N

These notes cover lectures from the Thorax, Abdomen, Pelvis and Head & Neck topics. They are particu...

102 pages, 45378 words

ANAT30008 LECTURE NOTES H1 (93)

Written by Wendy

If you want to easily get a H1 for ANAT30008 and a score above 90, then these are the notes for you!...

112 pages, 40103 words

ANAT30008: Viscera and Visceral Systems - Glossary (H1 - 85)

Written by Cara

This is a glossary of every single term covered in ANAT30008. Each term is listed in order of appe...

64 pages, 25564 words

ANAT30008 H1 92 NOTES

Written by Marie

These notes comprehensively cover all content covered in lectures and practicals in Viscera and Visc...

176 pages, 32674 words

ANAT30008 VISCERA AND VISCERAL SYSTEM 2018 COMPREHENSIVE NOTES

Written by Johnny

Comprehensive ANAT30008 notes that I created during the semester to help me achieve a H1. Contains i...

148 pages, 30725 words

Extremely concise note on all modules

Written by Nhu

All lectures are included.

44 pages, 3500 words

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Reviews

Enjoyable, but I personally felt that some of the content of this subject made it harder than ANAT30007 Human Locomotor Systems. Especially the pelvis! But same as ANAT30007, resources are awesome of course, and I loved having several guest lecturers who could give us an insight into the study&use of anatomy in the real world.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

In my opinion, this is one of the most enjoyable subjects offered in uni. Jason, the main lecturer and coordinator, is very passionate about the subject and is great at teaching. The content is also very interesting, just have to make sure to not fall behind as some lectures do build on previous ones. The practicals (workshops and dissections) are great resources which allowed us to explore the organs in its 3 dimensional form.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

If you keep up with the content this subject is super enjoyable and the pracs are extremely useful and great fun.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Perhaps the best anatomy selective. The demonstrators are extremely friendly, willing to help and have sound knowledge in all subject areas. Jason is particularly helpful in reminding students to undertake active learning and provides engaging demonstrations in prac classes. The prac classes are self-directed and allows you to spend time on topics you're more unfamiliar with. A fantastic subject overall. Would definitely recommend doing anatomy as part of your major/minor.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

A wonderful subject taught thoroughly and in depth. Can become overwhelming in terms of the nerves and vessels but it helps to interact with tutors in the practical classes and look through numerous textbooks to clarify understanding.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

This subject was very well taught. Jenny Hayes does nerves and vessels so you know that'll be good! Way better than semester 1 anat! Careful of the prac exam.. pictures can be misleading.. especially ones of the ENT!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013