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BIOM30001 Frontiers in Biomedicine Complete Notes

Written by Quratulann

These are a complete set of notes for FIB and cover each topic in depth. Includes tables and diagram...

56 pages, 23491 words

BIOM30001 Summary Notes (H1- 89)

Written by N

BIOM30001 is a tricky subject, as it's not about learning all the details but rather being able to w...

14 pages, 6670 words

H1 Frontiers in Biomedicine Course Summary Notes

Written by Paul

This subject is not content heavy, but all examination is written response - so these notes show out...

18 pages, 5712 words

Respiratory Diseases - H1 exam focused notes

Written by Grace

H1 detailed study notes! Everything you need to know is summarised concisely in these notes The...

52 pages, 13388 words

Pain - H1 exam focused notes

Written by Grace

H1 detailed study notes! Everything you need to know is summarised concisely in these notes Thes...

45 pages, 11339 words

Stem Cells - H1 exam focused notes

Written by Grace

H1 detailed study notes! Everything you need to know is summarised concisely in these notes The...

28 pages, 8981 words

Metabolic Syndrome - H1 exam focused notes

Written by Grace

H1 detailed study notes! Everything you need to know is summarised concisely in these notes The...

31 pages, 8735 words

Pain Module Notes

Written by Alisha

Summary of Pain module

6 pages, 1400 words

H1: Frontiers in Biomedicine - Metabolic Syndrome notes

Written by Emily

Detailed notes on all lectures in the Metabolic Syndrome block. Notes have been compiled from le...

54 pages, 15454 words

Biom30001 Study Notes Part 4

Written by Emilia

Part 4 of 5 This very comprehensive study note includes important things you'll NEED to KNOW for...

100 pages, 3014 words

Emilia

$35 per hour

Hi there! I am currently studying to become an embryologist at Monash. I was previously an Honours s...

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I am a third year Medical Student at UoM, having graduated with a Bachelor of Biomedicine with H1 i...

Alisha

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I am currently studying Biomedicine at Melbourne University. I have 3 years experience tutoring both...

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Reviews

I think this subject has changed a lot since the last review (2016) and probably for the better. The subject focusses mainly on graduate skill building (eg writing, peer review, debating), and you will always have some sort of assignment or task to be working on alongside lectures. This juggling act is quite challenging. I found the lectures (on the whole) to be pretty interesting and you're given a holistic appreciation for disease, disorder and health across four topic areas (metabolic syndrome, stem cells and tissues, respiratory health, mental health). This subject has a big emphasis on public/social health, more so than M2M, which is actually very refreshing. I should also add that lecture content seems have changed depending on lecturer availability and feedback so some parts of those notes above for purchase may not be relevant to the course anymore or when you take FIB. Looking back on it, I got a lot out of the subject in terms of skills, and if you can too if you go into it with an open mind and ready to apply yourself and work hard.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

A very difficult subject to follow if you rely on the lectures to guide you. I found it a lot easier to do well by practising questions and engaging with the material outside of the lecture notes.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

If you can be bothered learning all the content yourself, this is a very interesting subject. as it is, it is hectic, confusing and poorly coordinated. I did a whole lot of independent studying for this subject, and I think it was the best way to power through it

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015