By the end of the course, the graduate of MPhil Anatomy must have acquired a reasonable working knowledge of:
1. The fundamental components of the human viscera
2. The gross structure of various viscera of the human body
3. The viscera in cross sections
4. Neurovascular supply of human viscera
5. Anatomical aspects of human body cavities
6. Functional anatomy of the various viscera of the human body
7. Organization of the parietal and visceral peritoneum, its lesser and greater sacs, mesenteries and peritoneal ligaments
8. The different regions, anatomical landmarks and regions of the thorax, abdomen and pelvis
9. To solve clinical problems related to Anatomy of human viscerae
1. Manage time and courses to submit assignments on time
2. Apply principles of professional conduct in paper submission (plagiarism)
3. Demonstrate professional behavior by completing all course requirements, including course evaluations, in a timely manner.
4. Demonstrate responsibility and accountability by attending and being punctual at all required course activities such as laboratory sessions, workshops and exams.
5. Demonstrate professional behavior by requesting any excused absence from required course activities well ahead of the scheduled date.
6. Demonstrate professional behavior by responding to direct communication from the course faculty in a timely fashion, particularly in circumstances when a face-to face meeting is requested to discuss issues related to academic performance.
7. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior by honestly completing course examinations without attempting to seek an advantage by unfair means; and by reporting any unethical behavior of peers to the course administration.
1. Critically analyse research articles and develop a literature review.
2. Discuss the research based recent advances in the relevant field.
3. Learn to interpret the findings in the medical literature for future research
4. Improve critical appraisal skills and conduct it effectively
- Teacher: Dr Zilli Huma