Anatomy, Pathology, Physiology
 
Module: Basic Sciences
ECTS: 5
Contact hours – lectures: 75
Contact hours – seminar:  
Contact hours – clinical exercises: 10
Contact hours – clinical practice:  
Holder of subject: Izidor Kern, Senior Lecturer
Year of study: First
 
Physiology

Contact hours – lectures:  25
Contact hours – seminar:  
Contact hours – clinical exercises: 10
Contact hours – clinical practice:  
Holder of subject: Dr Rihard Knafelj, Assistant
Education providers:
  • Dr Rihard Knafelj, Assistant
Level of study: First Bologna cycle professional education study program
Semester: Winter
Language: Slovene/English
 
Subject-specific competences:
  • familiarization with and independent use of standard instruments to measure physiologic parameters
  • understanding and critical evaluation of the measured values
  • correct attitude towards the subject
  • participation in professional discussions

Knowledge and understanding:
  • knowledge of the basic functions of a healthy human organism
  • understanding interactions between organs
  • understanding regulation in the human body
  • familiarity with the normal values of measurable physiologic parameters,
  • determining the deviations of physiologic parameters from normal values.
Mandatory references:
  • Waugh, A. & Grant, A., 2006. Ross and Wilson anatomy and physiology in health and illness. 10th ed. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
  • Potočnik, N., 2010. Vaje iz fiziologije: za študente programa prve stopnje Zdravstvena nega. Jesenice: Visoka šola za zdravstveno nego Jesenice.
  • Štiblar Martinčič, D., Cor, A., Cvetko, E. & Marš, T., 2007. Anatomija, histologija in fiziologija. Ljubljana: Univerza v Ljubljani, Medicinska fakulteta.
  • Dolinar, M., Cunk Manić, V. & Tarman Šmit, I.,  2015. Anatomija in fiziologija človeka. Podsmreka: Pipinova knjiga.
  • Kindlen, S.  Peattie, P.I., 2003. Physiology for health care and nursing. 2nd ed. Edinburgh: Churcill Livingstone.
Recommended references:
  • Fox, S.I., 2015. Human Physiology. 14th ed. Boston: McGraw-Hill Higher Education.
Study obligations:
  • 50% obligatory attendance at lectures
Assessment methods:
  • oral and written examination