1. NAME OF COURSE  / MODULE  ANATOMY 1
2. COURSE CODE PAA1015
3. NAME(S) OF ACADEMIC STAFF Prof. Dr. Hany Mohamed Tawfik El-Hessy

Dr. Sharifa Abdul Aziz

Dr. Nurzarina Abdul Rahman

Dr. Ku Mastura Ku Mohd Nor

Dr. Normaliza Omar

Dr. Hairul Hisya Ngatiman

4. RATIONALE FOR THE INCLUSION OF THE COURSE/MODULE IN THE PROGRAMME Basic medical science course
5. SEMESTER & YEAR OFFERED Semester 1 / Year 1
6. TOTAL STUDENT LEARNING TIME (SLT) Face to face:

L T P SLP SL O
32 8 14 5 123 6.5

L=lecture ; T=Tutorial; P=Practical; O=Others (Exam)

Total Guided and Independent Learning:

188.5
7. CREDIT VALUE 188.5/40=  4.71  ( 5 credit )  
8. PREREQUISITE (IF ANY) Nil
9. OBJECTIVES By the end of the course, the students are expected to

1.  explain the structure of the various regions of the body.

2.  describe the gross, microscopic anatomy and embryological change  on the

of the body systems.

3.  relate the anatomical knowledge on common diseases.

10. LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. identify the gross and microscopic structures of studied parts and tissues. (LO2, P2)
  2. describe the origins, courses, branches and tributaries of the studied structures. (LO1)
  3. apply the basic knowledge of gross anatomy, histology and embryology to understand the major malformations, abnormalities and injuries of the studied parts. (LO3 – C3, A3)
11. TRANSFERABLE SKILLS
  • Dissection and microscopic examination.
  • Effective communication.
  • Critical thinking and problem solving.
  • Teamwork.
12. TEACHING-LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT STRATEGY Teaching-learning strategy:

Interactive sessions

Hands-on sessions

Directed-self learning

Assessment strategy:

Formative and summative assessment (end semester and professional examination)

13. SYNOPSIS This course covers the initial development of human body from fertilisation and implantation to differentiation into different types of tissues. Students also learn the gross and microscopic features of the structures of the upper limbs and lower limbs musculoskeletal system. At the end of the course, students should be able to use their knowledge in surface markings of internal structures and explain the functions of the structures. They should also be able to apply their anatomical knowledge to explain some common diseases and congenital abnormalities. Teaching and learning methodologies include lectures, tutorials and practical sessions as well as student-centred learning activities.. Students are being assessed through formative and summative assessment.
14. MODE OF DELIVERY Lecture, Tutorial, Practical, Seminars, Self-learning package.
15. Assessment methods and types
Summative Assessment (100%)
Category Percentage Assessment method
Continuous Assessment 30% Quiz, Practical Reports, Seminars
End Semester 1 Examination 70% MCQ, SEQ, OSPE
16. Content outline of the course/module and SLT per topic
Topics FACE TO FACE SELF-STUDY TOTAL SLT
Lecture Tutorial Practical/ SCL Assignment/ SLP /SDL Library search Self-study
INPUT 1 : GENERAL ANATOMY

 

14 4 5 2 46
INPUT 2: UPPER LIMB 

 

13 3 7 2 47
INPUT 3: LOWER LIMB 5 1 2 1 17
Total 32 8 14 5 110
17 References 1.     Drake, R.L., Vogl, W., Mitchell, A.W. illustration by Richard Tibbits and Paul Richardson. (2006) Gray’s Anatomy for Students. 2nd edition. Churchill Livingstone.

2.     Saddler, T.W. and Langman, J. (2006) Langman Embryology. 9th edition. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.

3.     Young, B. and Health, J.W. (2006) Wheather’s functional Histology – A Text and Colour Atlas. 5th edition. Churchill Livingstone.

4.     Snell, R.S. (2009) Clinical Neuroanatomy by Richard S Snell. 7th edition. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins