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ANHB3324 Human Structure and Function

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Comprehensive summary of content of ANHB3324, Human Structure and Funtion, by topic. Includes useful...

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Head and Neck Review

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Comprehensive review of everything you need to know about the head and neck from labs and lectures,...

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Limbs Review

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Comprehensive review of everything from lectures and labs on limbs, with easy to understand pneumoni...

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ANHB3324 Comprehensive Semester Notes

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Reviews

I actually really enjoyed this unit and learned a lot. The most jarring part of the course is switching between the teaching styles of Tom and Marc, as they're very different (but both have their own merits). This isn't a unit that you can get by without putting in effort, but the fact that it is entirely based on tests and exams means that if you put in the effort, you will do well, as there is really only right or wrong answers. The lab demonstrators are excellent and always willing to help.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Very difficult unit- there is enough content in this unit to span two units, and the way it is run with 2 seperate unit coordinators makes it seem like you are doing two units anyway. Tom ran the limbs section of the unit and I found his teaching style very difficult to follow, and overwhelming due to the amount of work and reading he would expect us to do for a lab each week. The second half of the unit was run by Marc, whose teaching style worked much better for me because it was more simple and to the point. I do think the labs for this unit were poorly structured and you were very much left to fend for yourself. There was limited support for students like me, who were struggling with the unit.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Potential to be a great unit. The first 6 weeks were 5 stars. The unit coordinator for this part of the course, Tom, is great. I recommend the unit for just these weeks of content. The second half of the unit, however, is not great at all. The coordinator changes for this segment and Marc, the coordinator for this part of the unit, is not the best. There is a lack of direction as to what needs to be learned. As well as a constant perspective from dental medicine, which is not the point of this unit. Taking this unit in my second year. The content is not so difficult. If you put the time in you'll get an easy HD. I'm hoping in the future Tom is able to coordinate the whole unit, as a change in coordinators half way through almost makes it feel as if it is 2 separate units, and from my perspective and everyone ive spoke to doing the unit also, the way Tom runs the unit is more coherent and a much better learning experience

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Good course, particularly for later study in Anatomy or Medicine

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

This unit was the same as anhb2212 except that it's the head, arms and leg unit. I think anhb2212 has changed coordinator but nick was still doing this unit. He is pretty chill and you learn a lot in this course.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015