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SSEH1101 Notes

Written by Tenayah

Notes from each of the lectures. Topics Include: Articulations and Movements Biomechanics of Bon...

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SSEH1101 Notes

Written by Tenayah

Notes from each of the 12 Pre-Labs, topics include: Bones of the Skull Vertebral Column Ribs an...

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SSEH1101 notes - Muscle actions, origins and insertions

Written by Daniel

Muscle names, actions, origins, insertions and locations. Easy to use, especially for lab exam. Imag...

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Reviews

This unit is very fun and interesting and I took this unit as a broadening. It is quite content heavy as you have to memorise a lot of things (name of bones, muscles, origins, insertions, movement, and features). for the prac exam, you have 100 muscles/ bones u need to identify and you have 1 minute on each item. so make sure you study hard for this as it can be stressful. the exam is 100% multiple choice and is based on all the stuff you learn in the lecture slides, so as long as you study you will be fine :D

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Okay I did this as a broadening not from a science major. A LOT of memory required to ace exams. The labs and pracs were so fun and run VERY well. Theory exam was fkd up. WATCH AND MEMORISE all the pre labs. And learn them before the labs, that will make your lab exam that much easier. A lot of content but looking back, very achievable if you stay on top of it week by week. good luck

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Very interesting unit, but the content learnt in anatomy labs is quite difficult (memorising and identifying: the features of bones; muscle names, the bone features that serve as their origin and insertions, and actions; and a few ligaments and nerves). There are online prelab videos to watch that teach you the lab content, but simply watching them is not enough to recognise them in the labs. Plus there is the stress that comes from having 70% of your mark decided by exams (50% from a MCQ end of sem exam; 20% from a gross anatomy exam). I asked about borrowing a 1/2 skeleton to learn from, but they no longer do that unfortunately. Fair warning: you will have several labs (and the 20% lab exam) on gross anatomy, looking at cadavers. You don't do any dissecting though.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

While there is a lot of lab content to learn the lab exam is fine provided you studied properly. The theory exam was awful as they had barely any questions on anatomical processes/development discussed in lectures and instead focused on specific muscle attachments or movements that were meant to be the focus of the lab exam

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Great subject if you're not too queasy due to the amount of lab work. Heaps of memorisation to do but super applicable throughout the rest of your course. Lectures are engaging and be sure to get a skeleton on loan to practice.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Very interesting unit with lots of hands on work which is good for the practical exam. It really makes you conscious of how exactly you move. I loved this unit!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Lone a half skeleton from Anatomy & Physiology to help you learn the features of bones. Be prepared for the labs. Study Study Study!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015