Physiology of Integrated Organ Function
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Peter Noble now runs this unit and I absolutely love it. Interesting content, a massive step down in quantity of assessments from 3002/3001 so it's easier to find time to go through the material. The abstract marking is in-depth and very useful; one of the units where I feel like I've actually learned a lot.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2020
This unit has gotten a lot better since Peter McFawn took over as unit coordinator. The content can seem vague and hard to understand what is asked of at times but involves looking at the body as an integrated system and therefore pays to focus your study on identifying how systems interact with each other.