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HEPC01 Intro

An introduction to anatomy and physiology module
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Ben Jane

on 23 September 2013

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Transcript of HEPC01 Intro

Anatomy:
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Homeostasis
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the ability to maintain a relatively stable internal environment in an ever-changing outside world
Go to library
The
Challenge
recap, remember, revise
Don't forget student support
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What can you remember?
bjane@marjon.ac.uk
Ben Jane
monitors the environments and responds to changes (stimuli).

Diabetes
Relevance
What is anatomy &
Physiology?
The word "anatomy" comes from the Greek
ana- meaning up or through
+ tome meaning a cutting

HEPC01
What your team needs
This is
NOTE
Module Leader
Joe Layden
@marjonuniHEPA
Go to the library and find the Physiology textbooks
only spent 3.5 years to complete the undergraduate study
Note
1. Describe the structure and function of the cardio-respiratory, endocrine and nervous system;

2. Identify and explain the fundamentals of movement;

3. Utilise appropriate experimental techniques to assess parameters of health status and physiological responses to exercise.
HEPC01
Sport & Exercise Physiology and Anatomy
Clinical
Exercise/
Performance
Environmental
3 main disciplines
Known as
"Interdisciplinary approach
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Biomechanics
Physiology
Psychology
Ben Jane
Learning Outcomes
a basic introduction of the scientific principles within human anatomy and physiology;
the inter-relationship between the structure and function of the respiratory and cardiovascular systems;
an outline of the musculoskeletal, endocrine and nervous systems;
lab practical sessions to assess health status and physiological responses to exercise.
Course Content
Biomechanics
Psychology
Physiology
Physiology: the functions of anatomical structures, both individual and cooperative

Receptor
Control Centre
Effector
determines the set point at which the variable is maintained.
provides the means to respond to stimuli.
Blood Lactate Production
Fatigue
Tasks
Access LearningSpace
Learn the planes of movement
@marjonuniHEPA
What are the assessments?
HEPC01
HEPC01
Please download
this app...
the student version...
planes of movement
anatomical terms
HEPC01
@marjonuniHEPA
muscles
#HEPC01
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