VSC227 Applied Veterinary Physiology (8)
Enrolment restrictions: Restricted to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Veterinary Science.
Applied veterinary physiology continues the study of normal function commenced in Veterinary Physiology. This subject will provide an introduction to veterinary immunology and will cover the normal function of the alimentary, nervous and reproductive systems. A holistic approach to body function will be fostered by the integration of information presented previously using a systems based approach to the understanding of more complex physiological and pathological processes. The assimilation of information covered in concurrent and previous anatomy and physiology subjects and their application to novel situations will be enhanced by the inclusion of clinically oriented practicals and cased based learning and assessment tasks.