An Introduction to Human Disease

Leonard Crowley

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An Introduction to Human Disease: UWA PATH2210 textbook

Leonard V. Crowley

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PATH2210 Notes

Written by Tenayah

Notes including the topics: -Introduction to gross anatomical pathology -Introduction to Human Di...

149 pages, 42658 words

PATH2210 - Full Semester Notes

Written by Anubhav

Comprehensive notes covering the entire unit outline for PATH2210 (2017). Perfect for exam study as...

273 pages, 58732 words

Comprehensive Semester Notes

Written by Matthew

Include vital information from all lectures(1-33) -Cell, Tissue, Organ Function and Pathology -Hae...

115 pages, 35973 words

Pathology Exam Notes

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Detailed and paraphrased summary of entire unit content from weeks 1 to 13. Readings covered include...

54 pages, 23454 words

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Reviews

really interesting and enjoyable!! definitely make sure you keep on top of the work and frequently revise it as it is a lot of content, but the final exam is very straightforward! the unit is divided into 4 modules, each of which has 3 quizzes based on lecture/tutorial material - theyre untimed and open book so you can really focus and get as many marks possible! the tutorials were delivered as online videos this semester, which i found to be more useful than the one face to face tutorial i did attend.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Very content heavy (3x 1h lectures per week) but assessments are quite easy during the semester and the final exam ended up being relatively straight forward. Exam structure is same as described as 2017 anon. Found it was really easy to fall behind.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Lots of content to memorise and learn in a short amount of time, so you end up rote learning it. An interesting uni, but you need to be on top of the lectures, if you fall behind, good luck catching up. Each lecture was provided by a different person - mostly professionals in their field from different backgrounds. The final exam contained extended matching questions (EMQs), and 2 essay questions (might be different now), which were hard to prepare for as you had to give a lot of detail. Provides a very good foundation for medicine/health science careers.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Very content heavy. Some lecturers were shit others were great (Sonia) but the topics are generally very interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Super content heavy, but it was pretty interesting. If u study well beforehand and keep up with all the topics (diseases + their causes and diagnosis and treatments) you'll do fine. Final exam is kind of weird but relatively straightforward. Ps: DO NOT STUDY LAST MINUTE! its an insane amount of info you need to know.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I enjoyed the unit, but it is very content heavy and not organised particularly well. Lectures were very long (3 hours in a row once a week) with different lecturers each topic. This created a disturbance to learning as each lecturer expected a different level of understanding from the student. Overall if you are looking for a good insight and introduction to many disease of the body and are at all interested in post graduate medicine the unit is fantastic. All assessments are online and are relatively straight forward. The exam is worth 60% and consists of strange extended matching multiple choice that are unique to the pathology department and also 3 extended answers from a choice of 5.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015