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H1 (90) HSF Pharmacology Glossary

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H1 HSF Cardiorespiratory System Notes (Topic 4)

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H1 (87) HSF MST1 Notes

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H1 (87) HSF Topics 6 and 7 Notes

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H1 (87) HSF MST2 Notes

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H1 HSF Lower Limb Summary

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H1 HSF Upper Limb and Back Summary

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H1 HSF Topic 1 Foundations

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H1 HSF Neuromuscular System Notes (Topic 2)

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Reviews

Where do I begin. I had been looking forward to this subject since high school, so perhaps my expectations were too high, but I was incredibly disappointed by HSF. The coordinator was an absolutely insufferable narcissist, and I don't make accusations like that lightly. He was absolutely incompetent to teach and coordinate, and for the sake of future cohorts I hope this year was his last. The content is very...dense. I think it is just a matter of interest. I loved the viscera lectures but bones/muscles just aren't my thing and I found it so tedious. Again, some people will have loved this. The subject is virtually all rote-learning save the physiology, which is poorly taught (besides nephrology which was great!) and can be a bit tricky, but also provides a refreshing chance to think rather than just regurgitate facts about the features of bones (yawn). There is also a LOT more pharmacology than you'd think, as it is just scattered in randomly throughout the semester, and then 60 pharm questions appear on the exam. With all of that said, though, the exams were actually super easy and perhaps an apology for the mess of a semester that we were subjected to. All in all, you can do well in this subject if you really put in the work and find it engaging.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

A very content heavy subject but also very enjoyable and rewarding. The subject briefly covers a majority of the human anatomy (including visceral and locomotor systems) as well as their physiological functions. It requires learning a lot of unfamiliar terms and understanding the synthesis, actions and consequences of endogenous chemicals. It also covers the basics of pharmacology and how drugs can affect the body.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

I enjoyed HSF as much as MCB, which was unexpected because I never thought I would enjoy anatomy. I really liked how organised the lecture contents were, because it made it easy for students to study in the right flow. Although the details in anatomy may overwhelm some students, I found that it was totally manageable, as long as you're determined to put in some effort. After doing this subject I changed my major to HSF. That's how much I enjoyed it!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Not nearly as good as MCB I'm afraid, but it's certainly better than previous years. The lecturers are passionate and on the whole explain things fairly well. The anatomy content is really interesting and the pracs are fantastic. I found that the physiology parts of the course could at times be very basic, and having a background in biology and physiology from high school I wasn't pushed too hard. I can however understand the need to go at a slower pace for all those who haven't done it before. The pharmacology aspect of it was definitely intense and hard to grasp, if you've got friends doing the pharm selective get them to help you because it's very hard to know what to learn from these lectures and the content can be delivered in a confusing way

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

The subject organisation was changed in 2016 and the topics are a lot better integrated. Instead of anatomy, physiology and pharmacology separately, the modules are now based on organ systems.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

This subject was overall pretty interesting, but elements of it were poorly taught. HSF covers physiology, pharmacology and anatomy, but (unlike MCB) it fails to integrate these topics. The pharmacology and anatomy components were taught really well and were enjoyed by most members of the class. Unfortunately, however, the main physiology lecturer is not great, and he tends to emphasise one bit of content but assess you on others so watch out for that. Overall I enjoyed HSF, and came out with a solid understanding of the structure and gross functioning of the human body and some of the principles of pharmacology.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

Subject was poorly co-ordinated in my year. However, as most of us were aspiring doctors we enjoyed learning the anatomy and physiology components of this subject. Most people survived physiology by watching charles lectures. Pharmacology can be very dry but I enjoyed learning it so it wasnt too tough for me.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013