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01 Anatomy: Structure of the Upper Respiratory Tract

Lecture slides accompanying lecture focused on anatomical features of the upper respiratory tract and its clinical significance.

03 Anatomy: Embryology of the respiratory system

Slides accompanying lecture on the development of the body cavities, diaphragm and respiratory tract

04 Anatomy: The Thoracic Wall

Slides accompanying first lecture on the regional anatomy of the thorax, covering: the thoracic cage, wall and cavity; respiratory movements; intercostal space

05 Anatomy: The Thoracic Cavity

Slides accompanying second lecture on the regional anatomy of the thorax, covering the thoracic cavity, mediastinum and pleural cavity.

06 Anatomy: Structure of the Heart

Introduction to the gross anatomy of the heart.

07 Anatomy: Development of the heart.

Slides accompanying lecture on cardiovascular embryology, describing the origin of the cardiovascular system in the embryo and the formation of the heart

08 Anatomy: Structure of the Cardiovascular System

Slides accompanying first lecture on the cardiovascular system (CVS) and lymphatic system, covering: pulmonary and systemic circulation; arteries and veins; venous systems and venous return

09 Anatomy: The Lymphatic System

Slides accompanying second lecture on the cardiovascular system (CVS) and lymphatic system, covering: the structural, functional and clinical importance of the lymphatic system; the importance of changes in the foetal circulation around the time of birth

11 Anatomy: The Kidney

Introduction to anatomy of the urinary system.

ANS and the lung

Lecture slides looking at the autonomic nervous system and the respiratory system

Accessing a MedShare resource

Guide to accessing a resource held in MedShare. If you are not able to view the preview, click the green 'Download' button to access the document.

Acid Base Balance

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Acid Base Biochemistry

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Acid Base Biochemistry

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Acid Base Physiology (renal)

Slides accompanying lecture revising covering: physiological acids and buffers; renal control of acid base balance; acid-base disturbances and interpreting data

Acid base extra examples

Further examples accompanying session on acid base balance

Acute asthma case

Case study task accompanying the respiratory pharmacology practical session

Acute respiratory virus infections

Slides accompanying lecture on the viruses associated with respiratory infections

Acute respiratory virus infections - handout

Handout accompanying lecture on the viruses associated with respiratory infections

Adaptive immunity

Slides accompanying lecture covering: acquired immunity - lymphocytes, immunoglobulins (antibodies)

Adding resources to lesson plans on Blackboard

Step by step guide to editing lesson plans and adding resources to sessions for Faculty of Medicine Blackboard courses. If you are not able to view the preview, click the green 'Download' button to access the document.

Adverse Drug Reactions

No description.

Am I good enough?

Lecture slides for Personal Professional Development Symposium 5

Amino acid metabolism

Slides accompanying lecture on amino acid metabolism, covering degradation (catabolism) and energy production

An Introduction to IT Resources and Facilities

Introduction to IT Facilities at the University of Southampton. The presentation covers an overview of key IT services, how to use them and a guide on how to obtain help and support from iSolutions.

An introduction to drugs used to treat heart arrhythmias

Slides accompanying lecture on antiarrythmic drugs, covering: sodium channel blockers; beta adrenoceptor blockers; potassium channel blockers; calcium channel blockers; adenosine and atropine

An introduction to team work in clinical practice

Slides accompanying session exploring the importance of teamwork and leadership in clinical practice and how to be an effective team player

Anatomy Quiz - The Heart

PDF version of the HT Quiz.

Anatomy of Cardiovascular system

The lecture will cover the structures and functions of cardiovascular system. Some clinical significances and conditions are also provided.

Anatomy of the Urinary System

Lecture Slides 2016

Anatomy of the elbow and knee

This lecture will cover the structures of the elbow and knee joints associated with some clinical examinations and injuries

Anatomy of the elbow and knee region

Slides accompanying lecture covering: knee and elbow joints; cubital and popliteal fossae; the embryology of the limbs; dermatones and cutaneous nerves

Anatomy of the hand and foot

Slides accompanying session covering: the joints of the hand and foot; intrinsic and extrinsic muscles; the blood supply and lymphatic drainage of the limbs; the consequences of peripheral nerve injuries

Anatomy of the renal system

Slides accompanying lecture on the anatomy of the urinary system, covering: kidneys; ureters; urinary bladder; urethra

Anatomy of the shoulder and hip region

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the anatomy of shoulder and hip joints, movement, anatomical spaces and plexuses

Anatomy of the wrist and ankle region

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the ankle and wrist joints; how muscles act upon these joints; the carpal tunnel; the nerve supply of the forearm and leg

Anatomy: Development of the urinary system

Slides accompanying lecture covering: development of the kidneys; formation of the permanent kidneys; development of the urinary bladder and urethra

Anatomy: Upper and lower limb.

Lecture slides by Tomasz Cecot

Angina

Slides accompanying lecture covering the definition, pathology and patho-physiology of angina, and its symptoms, signs and management

Angina - making a diagnosis

Slides accompanying symposium, using angina to explore the principles of the diagnostic process and the concepts of sensitivity, specificity, positive predictive value (PPV) and negative predictive value (NPV)

Anti-coagulant drugs

Slides accompanying lecture on anti-coagulant drugs including warfarin, heparins and other inhibitors of thrombin / factor X

Anti-platelet drugs and thrombolytic drugs

Slides accompanying lecture on anti-platelet and thrombolytic drugs

Antibiotics - classes, mechanisms and resistance

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: antibiotics classes and mechanisms of action; mechanisms of antibiotic resistance; misuse of antibiotics; antibiotic action petition

Antibiotics, antibiotic resistance and management of infections in primary care

Lecture slides accompanying session on antibiotics and antibiotic resistance

Arrhythmias

Slides accompanying session on arrhythmias, covering: pacemakers; mechanisms of arrhythmogenesis; consequences of arrhythmias; classification of heart rhythms

Arteriole tone and GFR

Slides comparing the afferent and efferent regulation of glomerular filtration rate (GFR), relating to the vasoconstriction and vasodilation of afferent and efferent arterioles.

Assessing a patient's prognosis

Slides accompanying symposium on heart failure, describing the principles of prognostic studies and how to interpret survival curves

Assessing the critically ill or injured patient

An explanation of how to recognise a critically ill patient, and a structured approach to assessing and treating such a patient

Assessing the demand for energy

Slides accompanying lecture looking at how to estimate energy requirements, and the impact of activity behaviour on energy requirements

Assessment of nutritional status

Handout describing what is meant by nutritional status, and why and how it is assessed

Asthma: an overview of pathophysiology and treatment

Slides accompanying symposium on asthma, looking at the abnormal airway physiology and pathology underlying asthma, and its clinical presentation, epidemiology and treatment

Atheroma (atherosclerosis)

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the response to injury hypothesis in relation to the development of plaque; the principal components of an atheromatous plaque; complications of atheroma; the clinical effects of atheroma

Autonomic nervous system (ANS) 1

Lecture slides on the autonomic nervous system, covering the anatomy, key features, functions and divisions of the ANS

Autonomic nervous system (ANS) 2

Lecture slides on the autonomic nervous system, covering acetylcholine (ACh), noradrenaline (NA), and the impact of drugs on the ANS in relation to these.

Autonomic nervous system (ANS) 3

Lecture slides on the autonomic nervous system, covering adrenoceptors and beta-blockers

BM5 Pharmacology of Angina and MI

Pharmacology lecture handout on nitrates, beta-blockers, calcium antagonists, plasminogen activators and other drugs in angina and myocardial infarction,

BM5 Pharmacology of Heart Failure

BM5 Y1 RCR1 lecture on diuretics, ACEI/ARA, digoxin, beta-blockers and other drugs in heart failure

BM5 Y1 information skills

Lecture slides accompanying session, covering: finding academic resources; evaluating websites; gateways and databases; plagiarism and referencing.

Bacterial colonisation and infection

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: how only bacteria with special adaptive mechanisms can colonise the body; how in certain circumstances relatively avirulent bacteria in the body flora may cause serious infection

Bacterial colonisation and infection - aims and learning outcomes

Handout accompanying session on bacterial colonisation and infection, giving aims, objectives and recommended reading

Bacterial structure and function

Lecture slides accompanying session covering the structure of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria and its relevance to antibiotic action and microbial pathogenicity

Bacterial structure and function - handout

Handout accompanying session on bacterial structure and function, detailing aims and learning outcomes for the session, and recommended learning resources.

Bacterial toxins and immunisation - aims and learning outcomes

Handout accompanying session on bacterial toxins and immunisation, giving aims, objectives and recommended reading

Bacterial toxins and prevention of infection by immunisation

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: the difference between bacterial endotoxins and exotoxins; the role of exotoxins in cholera and tetanus; the use of toxoid-based vaccines; the problems with capsule-based vaccines and the concept of polysaccharide conjugate vaccines to prevent disease

Basic concepts of human nutrition - definitions

Handout explaining some of the principal concepts that underlie human nutrition

Basic concepts of human nutrition - supply and demand

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: how nutrition is a demand-led system; how those demands may be met; the implications of imbalance; the principles of requirements and recommendations

Basic medical education: present and future trends

Lecture slides accompanying session, covering: the BM programmes and the changing context in which we work; the educational principles underpinning the programmes; some educational theories/models; how to start thinking about your career

Beta-blocker practical class - lab protocol

Handout accompanying pharmacology practical looking at whether beta blockers significantly reduce the workload of the heart at rest and during exercise

Beta-blocker practical: Introductory slides

Slides introducing cardiovascular pharmacology practical exploring the effects of beta-blockers

Biomembranes lecture slides

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Blood - an introduction: plasma and platelets

Lecture slides accompanying Introduction to Haematology Part 2, covering: the components of blood and their production; the cascade system and clotting mechanism

Blood - an introduction: red and white cells

Lecture slides accompanying Introduction to Haematology Part 1, covering: the components of blood and their production; the cascade system and clotting mechanism

Blood flow Lecture 1

pre lecture slides

Bodies and minds - What is normal?

Lecture slides - for use after the lecture

Body systems and Epithelial Tissue Lecture Slides

Lecture slides accompanying session looking at the body systems and structure, types, specialisation and function of epithelial tissue

Bone disease symposium

Slides accompanying symposium on bone disease, covering: types of bone; bone remodelling; osteoporosis and osteomalacia

Calcium homeostasis

Slides accompanying lecture on Calcium homeostasis

Cardiac action potential and cardiac muscle

Slides accompanying lecture on cardiac action potential and cardiac muscle

Cardiopulmonary responses to exercise

Slides accompanying lecture, covering: definitions of exercise and its clinical importance; dynamic exercise; exercise tesing

Cardiovascular disease: a risky business

Risk factors for cardiovascular disease

Cardiovascular examination for Beginners

Introduction to clinical examination and the construction of how to elicit a history and perform a clinical examination of the cardiovascular system

Cardiovascular histology - general questions

Questions for group discussion, relating to histology practical on the cardiovascular system

Cardiovascular histology - test yourself questions

Questions accompanying practical session on cardiovascular histology

Cardiovascular pharmacology tutorial - angina and myocardial infarction

Question sheet accompanying cardiovascular pharmacology tutorial

Cardiovascular response to haemorrhage

Slides accompanying lecture revising blood pressure and describing acute and chronic response to haemorrhage

Case histories for Year 1 pathology tutorials

These are the case histories you will be discussing in your pathology tutorials. Some hard copies (in black-and-white) will be provided by your tutors.

Cases in infection - interaction between microbes and immune system

Lecture slides accompanying symposium, covering: the interactions between host and pathogen from a clinical perspective; the importance of hospital hygiene and infection control; the power and limitations of antibiotics; innate and acquired immunity

Cell death

Lecture slides accompanying session on cell death, covering: the common causes and principal morphological characteristics of apoptosis, oncosis, necrosis and autolysis; the underlying pathology of clinical cases featuring cell death

Cell to cell communication 1: neural communication

Lecture slides accompanying session on how cells communicate with each other, focusing on neural signalling and action potentials.

Cellular adaptations

Lecture slides accompanying session on cellular adaptations

Central and peripheral nervous systems histology and physiology

Slides accompanying session covering: cell types and roles within the CNS and PNS; neuronal transmission within the CNS and PNS

Cheap smokes - what's the real cost?

Portsmouth campaign brief for 'Illegal tobacco - keep it out'.

Chromosomes and chromosome abnormalities

Slides accompanying lecture covering: techniques of chromosome analysis and its use in clinical practice; normal functions of chromosomes; different types of chromosome abnormality

Chromosomes and chromosome abnormalities - 'visible' genomics

Slides accompanying second lecture on genetic investigations in a clinical setting

Clinical aspects of acute renal failure

Slides accompanying lecture on the clinical aspects of acute renal failure (ARF), including pre-renal, renal and post-renal ARF

Clinical aspects of the autonomic nervous system

Lecture slides accompanying session relating the physiology and dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) with clinical conditions

Communication skills - an introduction

Slides accompanying session introducing communication skills, covering: benefits of good communication skills; barriers to effective communication; patient-centred communication skills

Communication skills, body language and non-verbal communication

Slides accompanying session on body language and non-verbal communication

Compartment Syndrome Case - Week 4 Practical Anatomy

Questions with suggested answers

Connective tissue - general questions

Questions for group discussion, relating to histology practical on connective tissue

Connective tissue Lecture slides 2015

Lecture slides accompanying session on connective tissue, covering its composition, types, function and location in the body.

Core Principles of Nutrition - Supply & Demand

The text referred to in the lecture is the chapter in the Nutrition Society Nutrition Research Methods textbook – Nature, Purpose and Implications of Research in Nutrition.

Cytogenetic reports

Three sample cytogenetic reports, accompanying genetics tutorial

Diagnostics

Lecture slides accompanying session examining how different diagnostic tests are performed and assessing the usefulness and implications of the diagnostic tests.

Diagram of the cardiac cycle

Diagram accompanying lecture on the cardiac cycle

Directions to SGH rooms used for pathology small group teaching

Directions to tutorial rooms at Southampton General Hospital

Disability and rehabilitation

Slides accompanying session on the impact of neurological disease on people's lives, and ways in which doctors and other health professionals can minimise this impact

Diuretics

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the function of the kidney; the targets for drug therapy in diuresis; the drugs used in diuresis, their side effects and their first line uses

Doctor-Patient communication styles: past, present and future.

Slides accompanying symposium, looking at different styles of doctor-patient consultations

Doctors, Disease and Society

Lecture slides: This is a varied and interactive teaching session that will help you to get to grips with the biopsychosocial model of health and illness.Two clinical cases will unfold over the course of the session

Drug calculations worksheet

Question sheet accompanying the BM5 Y1 problem solving session

Drug calculations worksheet

Practice questions for revision

Drugs used in hypertension

Slides accompanying lecture on anti-hypertensive drugs, covering: control of blood pressure and the mechanism of hypertension; consequences of elevated blood pressure; drugs used to reduce blood pressure, their site of action and potential side effects

Duties of a doctor

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Embryology - why is it relevant?

Lecture slides accompanying session on embryonic development and its relevance to clinical medicine

Enzymes

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: the general mechanisms of enzyme activity; modes of regulation and inhibition; and their implication in disease.

Epithelial tissue - general questions

Questions for group discussion, relating to histology practical on epithelial tissue

Equilibrium potentials - extra examples

Calculations relating to second session on physiology of ion distribution

Expectations of professional practice in the foundation programme

Guest lecture by Dr Mike Masding, head of Wessex Foundation School.

Finding Journal Articles with DelphiS, and Referencing

PowerPoint presentation for practical session on searching DelphiS and how to reference articles.

FoM Workshop Resources

No description.

Foundations of Medicine, Anatomy Booklet

A pdf version of the anatomy handbook that accompanies the Foundations of Medicine Module

Functioning of the acquired immune system

Slides accompanying lecture covering: overview of the immune system; antibodies (immunoglobulin); immunological techniques

Functions of articular and growth plate cartilage

Slides accompanying session on the physiology of bone

Gait - a clinician's perspective

Slides and notes accompanying symposium on gait, looking at what gait is and why it matters, how it is assessed, and examples of different gait patterns.

Gas exchange

Slides accompanying lectures 1 and 2 on gas exchange in the respiratory system

Gas exchange problems

Question sheet accompanying gas exchange lectures

Gas pressures and haemoglobin

Slides accompanying lecture on the physical properties of gases, and the structure and function of haemoglobin

Gender and CHD

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Genetic investigation in a clinical setting - lecture 1

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the scale of the genome challenge; why genetic analysis can aid clinical diagnosis; DNA scanning; genome, exome, chromosome, epigenome

Genetic investigation in a clinical setting - part 3

Slides accompanying lecture describing DNA tests and how these can be used for diagnosis and treatment in clinical practice

Genetic testing in families

Slides accompanying 2014 lecture on genetic testing in families

Genetics - Additional Notes on Non-Mendelian inheritance I and II

Handout accompanying lectures on non-Mendelian genetics, covering: mitrochondrial inheritance; gene imprinting; polygenic or multifactorial inheritance; mosaicism; dynamic mutations and repetitive DNA

Genetics - Calculation of recurrence risk

Slides demonstrating the calculation of recurrence risk, using the example of cystic fibrosis

Genetics - Inheritance patterns in families, examples and simple risk calculations.

This is a page taken from the web page. https://www.som.soton.ac.uk/learn/humangenetics/question1.htm Additional web links lead from this document.

Genetics - Mutations causing disease

Handout accompanying lecture on mutations, summarising the different types of mutations and their molecular consequences

Genetics - Mutations causing simple patterns of inheritance

Slides accompanying lecture on mutations, using the examples of cystic fibrosis, Duchenne muscular dystrophy and osteogenesis imperfecta

Genetics - Non-Mendelian patterns of inheritance I

Slides accompanying first lecture on non-Mendelian genetics, covering: mitochondrial inheritance; dynamic mutations (trinucleotide repeat expansions); mosaicism

Genetics - Non-Mendelian patterns of inheritance II

Slides accompanying second lecture on non-Mendelian genetics, covering: X-activation; gene imprinting; risk calculation

Genetics - Patterns of inheritance in families

Slides accompanying lecture identifying common patterns of inheritance in families, and why this is important

Genetics Course Booklet Year 1 BM5

This is a booklet that has been prepared by the lecturers on the BM5 genetics course, that should be used in addition to the genetics lectures. It is complementary and includes material that is discussed in specific lectures, but also additional material.

Genetics Revision Lecture Year 1

Powerpoint presentation for Genetics Revision Lecture Year 1. During the lecture elements of the presentation will be discussed, it is not anticipated that all aspects will be discussed during the lecture. An invitation for students to ask which aspects of year 1, do they wish to revise. This presentation is NOT a comprehensive over view /revision session for the whole year, but elements of it.

Genetics Tutorial BM5 Year 1

Handout to print out and bring to the tutorial

Genetics revision

Slides accompanying genetics revision session

Germ layers and differentiation

Lecture slides accompanying session on embryology

Getting energy from carbohydrates I - glycolysis

Slides accompanying lecture introducing metabolism of carbohydrates, with emphasis on glycolysis in aerobic and anaerobic conditions

Getting energy from carbohydrates II - the pentose phosphate pathway

Slides accompanying second lecture on carbohydrate metabolism, covering the pentose phosphate pathway and its clinical relevance

Getting energy from carbohydrates III

Slides accompanying third lecture on carbohydrate metabolism, covering the processes of glycogenesis, glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis

Getting energy from fats I - beta-oxidation

Slides accompanying first lecture on lipid metabolism

Getting energy from fats II - lipogenesis, lipolysis and ketogenesis

Slides accompanying second lecture on lipid metabolism

Glomerular function

Slides accompanying lecture covering: recap of kidney function and renal blood flow; the glomerular filter; glomerular filtration

Glomerular pathology

Lecture slides

Gross anatomy of the heart - part 1

Narrated presentation (download for version with audio) to be watched ahead of the lecture on the gross anatomy of the heart.

Gross anatomy of the heart - part 2

Slides accompanying lecture on the location, structural organisation, blood supply and innervation of the heart

Guidance on working as part of a peer group

Guidance on working effectively in a peer group, specific to the group work associated with the PPD symposia

Health inequalities

Lecture slides accompanying session on socio-economic inequality of health in the UK

Health needs assessment for the Nepali community in Rushmoor

Lecture slides, reporting the findings of a health needs assessment addressing health inequalities for a Nepali community in Hampshire.

Heart failure

Slides accompanying symposium on heart failure

Histology of the urinary system

Slides accompanying lecture describing the microscopic structure of all components of the urinary system

Histology practical 1: Introduction to histology

Handout accompanying introduction to histology practicals

Histology practical 2: Connective tissue

Handout accompanying histology practical on connective tissue

Histology practical 3: Muscle

Handout accompanying histology practical on muscle tissue

Histology practical 4: Epithelial tissue

Handout accompanying histology practical on epithelial tissue

Histology practical 5: Nervous tissue

Handout accompanying histology practical on nervous tissue

Histology practical: Cardiovascular system

Handout accompanying histology practical on the cardiovascular system

Histology practical: Respiratory system

Handout accompanying histology practical on the respiratory system

Histology practical: Urinary system

Handout accompanying histology practical on the urinary system

Homeostasis Tutorial

Handout for the Homeostasis Tutorial

How to cope with studying in medical school

Ib Yasin's perspective on time management and note taking in Y1 of medical school at Southampton.

How to survive medical school

Slides accompanying student presentation, from Personal Professional Development Symposium 5

How tumours behave

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: a tumour case study; malignant and benign tumours; metastasis; the clinical effects of a tumour; clinicopathological correlation of the case study

Human nutrition in medicine

Lecture slides accompanying session on the basic principles of nutritional science

Hypoxia, ischaemia and infarction

Slides accompanying lecture covering: mechanisms of ischaemia; pathophysiology of hypoxic cell damage; clinical case applying pathological principles; reperfusion injury

Imaging the locomotor system

Slides and notes accompanying lecture introducing the different alternatives in musculoskeletal imaging including: plain films; ultrasound; CT; MRI; nuclear medicine

Immunology of allergy

Lecture slides accompanying session on the immunological aspects of allergy

Immunology revision worksheet

Practice questions for immunology revision

Improving health: using psychology to develop interventions

Slides accompanying lecture on psychological interventions to improve health

Infection and the immunocompromised

Lecture slides accompanying session, covering: opportunistic infections in patients; diagnosing infections; treatment of infections

Information for medical students coming to the operating department

This booklet is designed to give you some basic information about the Theatre Departments at University Hospital Southampton.

Innate immunity

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the immune system; innate and acquired immunity; responses to infection; innate immune recognition; effectors of the innate immune response

Introduction to Blackboard and MedShare for BM5 students

Slides explaining where to find Blackboard and MedShare, how they are are used together to support the Medical curriculum, and how to access relevant resources.

Introduction to Endocrinology

Introductory endocrinology lecture by Dr Christopher Torrens

Introduction to Foundations Module

First lecture which gives information about all aspects of the curriculum and foundation module

Introduction to Global Health

To introduce the variation in health experience between countries and Regions, the importance of social determinants, key bodies and sources of data on global health

Introduction to IT at the University of Southampton

Slides covering: how to obtain IT help; open-access computing; where to save your documents; Wi-Fi access; where to find your timetable;

Introduction to Medical Statistics

Pdf of lecture notes from 2014_15 academic year by Ruth Pickering

Introduction to Medical Statistics: Part I

Why statistics is important, descriptive statistics for a continuous variable

Introduction to Medical Statistics: Part II

Lecture notes Sampling from a population, confidence interval for a mean, generalising from a sample

Introduction to Personal and Professional Development (PPD)

Slides accompanying the introductory PPD session, reporting on the pre-arrival task

Introduction to Psychology in Medicine

Dr Laura Dennison's slides on psychology in medicine. Please note that an updated version will be posted AFTER the lecture (containing the answers to the task we will work in in class)

Introduction to Year 1 Assessment and Feedback 2016-17

Introductory lecture by Dr Sampson and Dr O'Malley on the formats, types and timing of summative and formative assessments in Foundations module and across Year 1 in 2016-17, including methods of feedback, examples of question types, and other sources of infrmation and eLearning.

Introduction to global health

Lecture slides accompanying session introducing: the variation in health experience between countries and regions; the importance of social determinants; key bodies and sources of data on global health

Introduction to histology Lecture Slides 2014

Lecture slides accompanying session, covering: the role of histology in medicine; the methodology used in histological preparations; the concepts of staining, magnification & planes of section; histology practicals and the light microscope.

Introduction to immunology

Lecture slides accompanying the sessions on innate and acquired immunity, and the functioning of the acquired immune system

Introduction to infection

Introductory lecture in the infection course

Introduction to medical professionalism

Overview of medical professionalism looking at professional practice, professional governance and PPD.

Introduction to metabolism and the importance of ATP

Slides accompanying lecture introducing the key points of metabolism and the role of adenosine triphosphate (ATP).

Introduction to molecular endocrinology I

Lecture slides accompanying introductory session on molecular endocrinology

Introduction to molecular endocrinology II

Lecture slides accompanying second session on molecular endocrinology, covering hormones including thyroid, insulin, and vitamin D

Introduction to orthopaedic surgery

Slides accompanying lecture exploring what orthopaedics is, the history and types of orthopaedics, what the sub specialities involve and advice for getting into orthopaedics.

Introduction to the respiratory component of the cardiopulmonary course

Slides accompanying lecture covering: normal airway/lung/thoracic cage structure; normal respiratory/lung function; how disease alters structure and function; how this abnormality leads to symptom expression; approaches to the evaluation of respiratory normality

Introduction to virus structure - handout

Handout accompanying session on viral structure and function, covering the nature of viruses, virus structure and vaccination

Learning from experience

Slides accompanying session covering: personal development plans (PDPs); effective teams; risk management

Learning styles and group work

Slides accompanying lecture exploring your personal learning style and how this impacts on those you learn with, and your communication with patients

Lipid-lowering drugs

Slides accompanying lecture on lipid-lowering drugs, including statins, fibrates, nicotinic acid and anion-exchange resins

Locomotor disorders - neuromuscular perspectives

Slides accompanying lecture describing disorders of the motor unit

Mechanisms of acute and chronic inflammation

Lecture slides accompanying session continuing exploration of basic processes of inflammation

Mechanisms of injury

Slides accompanying lecture on the mechanics of injury, looking at biomechanics; bone, soft tissue and joint injury; polytrauma

Medical professionalism - more than fitness to practise

The General Medical Council (GMC) and the Medical Schools Council have produced guidance on professional behaviour for medical schools and students. The guidance focuses particularly on fitness to practise. While fitness to practise is vital for the protection of patients, we argue that it is only one aspect involved in the teaching and learning of professionalism.

Medicine eLearning

Slides for IT, eLearning & digital professionalism - Dr Andy Pulman Session (1)

Metabolism summary slides

Slides accompanying molecular cell biology revision session

Microanatomy of the Urinary System

2016 Lecture slides.

Microanatomy of the heart and vessels

Slides accompanying lecture covering the structure of blood vessels and the microscopic structure of the heart

Microanatomy: Bone growth, development, and repair

Slides accompanying lecture on the development growth and repair of cartilage and bone.

Microcirculation and lymphatics pre lecture

Slides accompanying lecture on capillaries and lymphatics

Modifications to oxygen transport and carriage of carbon dioxide

Slides accompanying lecture covering disruption in oxygen carriage and the carriage of carbon dioxide and nitrogen

Molecular cell biology

Lecture slides accompanying introduction to Molecular Cell Biology

Muscle structure and contraction

Slides accompanying lecture introducing the molecular structure of muscle and the mechanism of muscle contraction

Muscle tissue

No description.

Muscle tissue - general questions

Questions for group discussion, relating to histology practical on muscle tissue

Muscles lecture slides

No description.

Myocardial infarction

Slides accompanying clinical symposium on myocardial infarction

NLM1 Anatomy Revision Session

How to take most of your revision? What to focus on?

NLM1 booklet electronic version

A pdf version of the NLM1 practical anatomy booklet

Nature, Purpose and Implications of Research in Nutrition

Sample chapter from Nutrition Research Methodologies

Nervous System

Lecture slides accompanying session on the main functions, components and organisation of the nervous system

Nervous system - basic definitions and information

Preparatory handout for ANS physiology lectures - please read before the lectures

Nervous tissue - general questions

Questions for group discussion, relating to histology practical on nervous tissue

Nervous tissue lecture slides

Lecture slides accompanying session on nervous tissue

Nucleotide Metabolism

Slides accompanying lecture on nucleotide synthesis

Nutrition, protein, growth and metabolism

Slides accompanying session exploring protein, amino acid and nitrogen intake in relation to muscle and bone metabolism, as a fundamental aspect of health and disease

Outline of Semester 2 PPD tutorial

Aims, learning outcomes and expectations for the Personal Professional Development tutorial, detailing tasks and reading to be carried out ahead of the session

Overview of the main stages in a Primary Viral and Bacterial Infection

Visual annotated sequence of events of immune responses in primary and viral infections.

Oxygen carriage and delivery to tissues

Slides accompanying lecture on haemoglobin and oxygen interactions, and haemoglobin and oxygen affinity.

PPD Surviving medical school

slides for session on 25.11.14

PPD seminar 1 - the medical contract

Lecture slides accompanying symposium introducing Personal and Professional Development (PPD), covering: professionalism; the medical contract; working in small groups

PPD seminar 2 - being a medical student

Slides accompanying the second Personal and Professional Development (PPD) symposium, covering: barriers to success as a medical student; being a medical student; introduction to consent

PPD symposium 11: Learning styles and conclusions

Slides accompanying the eleventh Personal and Professional Development (PPD) symposium.

PPD symposium 11: What next?

Slides accompanying the eleventh Personal and Professional Development (PPD) symposium, summarising feedback from the course.

PPD symposium 6 - role models and career choices

Slides accompanying the sixth Personal and Professional Development (PPD) symposium, covering: the range of careers in medicine; role models; using eFolio

PPD symposium 8 - Learning from what we get wrong and when we are challenged

Part 2: Prevention. Slides accompanying symposium looking at risk management and responding to complaints and concerns.

PPD symposium 8 - learning from what we get wrong and when we are challenged

Part 1: Incidence and causation. Slides accompanying symposium looking at risk management and responding to complaints and concerns.

PPD: Written Communication (AP)

Slides for IT, eLearning & digital professionalism - Dr Andy Pulman Session (2)

Paediatric orthopaedics

Slides accompanying lecture on paediatrics relating to the locomotor and nervous systems

Pain physiology

Slides accompanying lecture on the physiology of pain, describing the three main levels of processing involved in detection, transmission and response to pain.

Pathological changes in common respiratory disorders

Slides accompanying lecture covering emphysema and chronic bronchitis, and the pathological principles of lung cancer

Pathological mechanisms of acute and chronic inflammation

Slides accompanying lecture reviewing general concepts of inflammation, and exploring the role of plasma proteins

Pathophysiology of Shock

Lecture slides

Pathophysiology of Shock

Shock for beginners

Pathophysiology of acute kidney injury

Slides accompanying lecture on acute kidney injury including pre-renal, intra-renal and post-renal injury, and describing some example cases

Pathophysiology of heart failure

Slides accompanying lecture on the pathophysiology of heart failure, covering: causes of cardiac failure; pathological changes in cardiac failure; symptoms of left and right sided heart failure

Patient safety and medical error

Slides accompanying first of two lectures on patient safety and medical error

Patient safety: reducing medical error

Slides accompanying second of two lectures on patient safety and medical error

Peripheral Nerve Injury Table - Practical Anatomy Week 4

List of possible peripheral nerve injuries in table format with suggested answers/symptoms from injury

Peripheral Vascular Disease

Handout for Dr Derek Waller's pharmacology lecture in the Peripheral Vascular Disease clinical symposium

Peripheral vascular disease

Slides accompanying clinical symposium on peripheral vascular disease, covering the pathology and pathobiology of atherosclerosis, and the signs, symptoms and management

Personal professional development (PPD)

Lecture slides accompanying introductory lecture, looking at the role of PPD in becoming a medical professional, and personal professional development PPD. Plus preparation for teaching session on 16th Oct

Pharmacokinetics (Drug Interactions) Practical Poster

Poster describing the types and mechanisms of drug interactions. Used in the PK practical.

Pharmacokinetics (Drug Interactions) Practical: Questions

Patient cases and questions for the pharmacokinetics practical

Pharmacokinetics (Drug Monitoring) Tutorial

Questions for the BM Year 1 Foundations module pharmacology tutorial on drug monitoring

Pharmacokinetics 1

First of four lectures on Pharmacokinetics in Foundations module. Covers administration and absorption of drugs.

Pharmacokinetics 2

Second of four lectures on Pharmacokinetics in Foundations module. Covers drug distribution and metabolism.

Pharmacokinetics 3

Third of four pharmacokinetics lectures in Foundations course

Pharmacokinetics 4

Last of four pharmacokinetics lectures in BM Year 1 Foundations module

Pharmacology 1: What is Pharmacology?

First of three introuctory pharmacology lectures in BM5 Y1 Foundations of Medicine by Dr Sampson

Pharmacology 2: What is a Drug?

Second of three introductory lectures on basic pharmacology: handout 6 slides per page

Pharmacology 3: How do drugs work?

Third of three introductory lectures on basic pharmacology by Dr Sampson for BM5/6/EU Year 1 students

Pharmacology Revision Lecture for BM5 Year 1 Semester 2 (NLM1/RCR1)

Lecture from BM5 Year 1 Semester 2 with key slides from pharmacology lectures in NLM1 and RCR1.

Pharmacology of angina

Slides accompanying clinical symposium on angina

Pharmacology of corticosteroids

Slides accompanying lecture on the pharmacology of corticosteroids

Pharmacology of the neuromuscular junction

Slides accompanying lecture on the pharmacology of the neuromuscular junction (NMJ)

Physical Activity & Health symposium

Modified slides from PA & health lecture

Physical activity and health

Slides accompanying symposium on the health benefits of physical activity, looking at how active we are in the UK and recommendations for increasing physical activity

Physical activity and health (part 1): Physical activity, is it worth getting out of bed for?

Evidence and mechanisms linking physical activity, fitness and health. Measurement dilemmas and recommendations for physical activity.

Physical activity and health (part 2): The Secrets to Getting Active

Trends in physical activity, barriers and enablers of change, interventions for individuals and populations

Physiological Numeracy

This is a description of some basic physiological calculations based on the Fick Principle.

Physiology of Homeostasis

lecture slides for the lecture entitled Physiology of Homeostasis

Physiology of Membrane Potentials Tutorial

Worksheet for the physiology tutorial.

Physiology of body fluids I

Lecture slides accompanying session, covering: introduction to Physiology in the Faculty; components of body fluids; disruption of body fluids

Physiology of body fluids II

Lecture slides accompanying session, covering: an overview of the composition of body fluids and how they are measured; the movement of fluids between compartments and cells of the body

Physiology of ion distribution I

Lecture slides accompanying session introducing cellular transport mechanisms, both active and passive.

Physiology of ion distribution II

Lecture slides accompanying session on the physiological basis of membrane potentials and action potentials

Physiology of smooth muscle

Lecture slides accompanying session on the physiology of smooth muscle, covering muscle structure and mechanisms and control of contraction

Physiology of the autonomic nervous system

Lecture slides accompanying session introducing the basic physiology of the autonomic nervous system (ANS)

Physiology tutorial - renal clearances

Question sheet accompanying physiology tutorial on renal clearances

Pin the tail on the donkey

Drug side effects task accompanying respiratory pharmacology practical session

Pompe's disease worksheet

Worksheet for genetics tutorial, using the Pompe's disease virtual patient

Positive Inotropes (and Vasopressors)

A lecture to introduce some of the commoner drugs used clinically to manipulate the cardiovascular system and their mode of action

Positive inotropic drugs

Slides accompanying lecture on positive inotropic drugs

Practice physiology assessment

Practice questions for physiology revision

Preparation for PPD Symposium 11

Details of the individual task to be completed in preparation for PPD Symposium 11, 'Learning styles and conclusions'.

Preparation for PPD Symposium 8

Details of the group tasks to be completed in preparation for PPD Symposium 8, 'Learning from what we get wrong and when we are challenged'.

Preparation for PPD Symposium 9

Details of the group tasks to be completed ahead of the PPD symposium on compassion

Problem solving and data manipulation

BM5 Y1 lecture slides looking at the calculations used in prescribing drugs

Protecting patients, guiding doctors - an overview of the role of the GMC

Slides accompanying lecture on the aims, purpose and function of the GMC; the GMC's role in medical education; fitness to practice

Protein handling in the kidney

Slides accompanying lecture covering: glomerular filtration; protein handling; types of proteinuria; testing for protein in the urine

Protein structure: Alpha Helix

A video explaining how the secondary protein structure alpha helix is formed.

Proximal tubule and loop of Henle function

Slides accompanying lecture giving an overview of the renal tubular function, and focusing on two regions of the nephron: the proximal convoluted tubule and the loop of Henle.

Psychology of stress and coping

Lecture slides accompanying session introducing the concept of stress, its influence on physical and mental health, and strategies and resources which can help to manage it.

Pulmonary defence mechanisms

Slides accompanying lecture on pulmonary defences against respiratory infections

Pulmonary function tests

Slides accompanying lecture on the physiological basis of lung function tests

Pulmonary mechanics

Slides accompanying lectures 1 and 2 on lung mechanics

Pulmonary pressures and forced expiration

Explanation of dynamic airway collapse

RCR 1 Surface Anatomy

Bony landmarks and palpable structures of the thorax.

RCR1 Anatomy Booklet 2017

No description.

Referencing and Academic Integrity

An introduction to referencing and academic integrity

Referencing and academic integrity

Lecture slides accompanying session looking at the importance of correct referencing and the issues of academic integrity

Reflexes and motor control

Slides accompanying lecture on the physiology of control of movement

Regenerative medicine: stem cell reduced tissue repair

Lecture slides accompanying session on regenerative medicine and stem cells

Regulation Feeding/Starvation

A powerpoint by Professor Sarah Ennis on regulation of metabolism (feeding/starvation)

Renal Pathology 1 - Glomerulus

Slides accompanying lecture on glomerular pathology

Renal Pathology 2: Tubulointerstial diseases

Slides accompanying lecture on the pathology of the renal tubule

Renal blood flow

Slides accompanying lecture on renal blood flow, covering: introduction to renal function; blood flow to the kidney; blood flow in the kidney

Renal clearances

Slides accompanying lecture on renal clearances, covering: renal clearance as a measure of GFR; renal clearance as a measure of renal plasma flow

Renal clearances - additional examples

Additional questions accompanying physiology tutorial on renal clearances

Renal pharmacology tutorial - diuretics in heart failure

Question sheet accompanying renal pharmacology tutorial on diuretics

Renin Angiotensin System

Lecture notes for Renin Angiotensin System lecture

Respiratory adaptation

Slides accompanying session on respiratory adaptation in response to exercise, illness, altitude or depth

Respiratory failure case histories

Case histories accompanying symposium on respiratory failure

Respiratory failure clinical symposia

Slides accompanying symposium on respiratory failure, covering: normal regulation of respiratory control; diseases that lead to respiratory failure; life style limitations of and approaches to treatment of respiratory failure

Respiratory histology - general questions

Questions for group discussion, relating to histology practical on the respiratory system

Respiratory histology - test yourself questions

Questions accompanying practical session on respiratory histology

Respiratory pharmacology 1

Slides accompanying lecture on respiratory pharmacology, covering: asthma; reliever drugs; preventer drugs (specifically corticosteroids)

Respiratory pharmacology 2

Slides accompanying lecture on respiratory pharmacology, covering: preventer drugs; compliance; oral vs inhaled routes; acute and chronic asthma; COPD

Respiratory pharmacology practical class

Handout accompanying practical session on respiratory pharmacology

Respiratory pharmacology tutorial

Question sheet accompanying tutorial on respiratory pharmacology

Review of your PPD peer group

Template to be completed ahead of the Semester 2 Professionalism tutorial.

Rollover instructions for Medicine Blackboard courses

Guide to the rollover process, specifically for Medicine courses. Rollover has already been implemented for BM5 Y1 courses but note Section 4 with regard to preserving MedShare links.

SOAP critical reflection framework

Framework for critical reflection, involving a subjective account, objective description, analysis of incident and personal learning.

SSU1 Health Promotion, theories and practice

This lecture covers Health Promotion: theories, principles of practice and politics of improving health and well being

SSU1 Introductory lecture

Introduction to health promotion and SSU1

SSU1 Southampton Health Needs

Introduction to health needs assessment and key public health issues

SSU1/FoM Introduction to public health

Introduction to public health as part of SSU1/FoM

Signal transduction and second messengers

Lecture notes detailing key aspects of signal transduction

Sketch maps of SGH rooms used for pathology small group teaching

Maps showing tutorial rooms at Southampton General Hospital

Skin - general questions

Questions for group discussion, relating to histology practical on skin

Skin Lecture Slides

No description.

Skin and soft tissue infections (SSTI)

Lecture slides accompanying session looking at the causes, clinical presentations, diagnosis and antimicrobial management of SSTI

Skin deep

Lecture slides accompanying symposium on skin, exploring how physiology, histology and sociology are vital for a complete understanding of the structure and function of skin alongside living with the consequences of skin conditions

Skin prick testing

Slides accompanying respiratory pharmacology practical session, showing skin prick testing for allergy

Sodium and potassium balance

Slides accompanying lecture covering: sodium handling in the nephron; potassium handling in the nephron; regulation of sodium and potassium; sodium and potassium balance

Somatosensory system and reflexes

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the sense organs in the periphery and their connection to the CNS; the co-localisation of sensory and motor pathways in the spinal cord; the functional integration of sensory and motor pathways in spinal reflexes

Spirometry

Handout explaining the procedures and equipment involved in measuring lung volumes and the volumes of gas moved during inspiration or expiration

Statistics for the terrified

Lecture slides accompanying session introducing Statistics for the Terrified eLearning package

Structure-function relationships in bone

Slides accompanying session on the physiology of bone

Student support

Lecture slides accompanying introductory session, looking at the role of pastoral and personal tutors, and the support available for students in the Faculty of Medicine.

Taking and drawing a family history

Slides covering: the importance of a genetic family history; international symbols used to illustrate a pedigree; tips on drawing a pedigree

Team-working and leadership for patient safety (TWLPS)

Lecture slides accompanying introductory session to TWLPS

The Davenport diagram

Examples explaining the Davenport diagram and the way it represents changes in acid base status

The ECG

Slides accompanying lecture on the electrocardiogram (ECG)

The autonomic nervous system

Lecture slides accompanying session on the anatomy of the autonomic nervous system (ANS)

The building blocks of life - FAQs

Answers to frequently asked questions relating to cell biology lectures on DNA, RNA and protein

The building blocks of life - course information

Overview of the series of lectures on cell biology and clinical genetics, providing an introduction to the basic building blocks of life: nucleic acids and proteins.

The building blocks of life 1: Introduction and DNA structure

Lecture slides accompanying introductory session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 2: DNA replication

Lecture slides accompanying second session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 2: DNA replication - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying second session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins.

The building blocks of life 3: What are genes?

Lecture slides accompanying third session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 3: What are genes? - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying third session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins.

The building blocks of life 4: RNA processing and translation

Lecture slides accompanying the fourth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 4: RNA processing and translation - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying fourth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 5: The genetic code and protein synthesis

Lecture slides accompanying fifth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 5: The genetic code and protein synthesis - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying fifth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 6: protein structure

Lecture slides accompanying sixth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 6: protein structure - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying sixth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 7: Regulation of gene expression

Lecture slides accompanying seventh session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 7: Regulation of gene expression - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying seventh session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 8: Molecular basis of human disease

Lecture slides accompanying eighth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 8: Molecular basis of human disease - with notes

Annotated lecture slides accompanying eighth session from series on DNA, RNA and proteins

The building blocks of life 9: Revision

Lecture slides accompanying the BBOL revision session

The cardiac cycle

Slides accompanying lecture detailing changes in aortic pressure, left ventricular pressure, ventricular volume, heart sounds and atrial pulse during the cardiac cycle

The electrocardiogram (ECG) - practical

Handout accompanying cardiovascular physiology practical on the electrocardiogram (ECG)

The indirect measurement of blood pressure

Handout accompanying cardiovascular physiology practical on the measurement of blood pressure

The medical model of disability / the social model of disability

Diagram comparing the medical or individual model of disability with the social or structural model

The nature and pathogenesis of infection

Lecture slides accompanying symposium, covering: examples of clinical cases; pathogenesis of infection; timeline of infectious diseases; emerging infections

The neuromuscular junction

Slides accompanying lecture covering: motor control; the structure of the neuromuscular junction (NMJ); signal transduction at the NMJ; pathophysiology of the NMJ

The oral route vs the inhaled route for asthma therapy

Poster from the respiratory pharmacology practical, examining the advantages and disadvantages of oral and inhaled routes for asthma therapy.

The pulmonary circulation and pulmonary embolus

Slides accompanying lecture covering: pulmonary circulation; vascular resistance; large, moderate and small pulmonary embolus; pulmonary hypertension

The role of GMC: promoting professionalism

Lecture slides by Howard Lewis, regional liaison adviser for the General Medical Council

The skeleton

Lecture slides accompanying session introducing the anatomy of the skeleton

Thermoregulation

Lecture slides accompanying session on temperature regulation, covering: normal body temperature; temperature regulation and pathological temperature changes

Thinking about disease

Lecture slides accompanying session covering: the biospsychosocial model of disease; evolution and medicine

Thinking outside the box

Lecture slides accompanying session on holism and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM)

Thorax part 2

Aim: To understand the contents of the thoracic cavity

Thrombosis and embolism

Lecture slides

Thrombosis and thromboembolism

Slides accompanying lecture covering: endothelium and endothelial injury; atherosclerosis; myocardial infarction; arterial and venous thrombosis; Virchow's triad; air, fat and amniotic fluid embolism

Time Management

No description.

Toxicology of Drugs

BM5 Year 1 lecture by Dr Spiro Garbis

Tricarboylic acid cycle and electron transport chain

Slides accompanying lecture on the tricarboylic acid cycle (TCA) and electron transport chain (ETC)

Tumour biology

Lecture slides accompanying session on the characteristics of neoplasms, stem cells and genetics

Tutorial on neuromuscular junction (NMJ) pharmacology

Question sheet for pharmacology tutorial on the neuromuscular junction

Understanding pathology

An introduction to the Subject Area of Pathology and how to study it at Southampton

Understanding your learning style

This is a brief overview of learning styles, their importance in Higher Education, and tips for making best use of your natural style.

Uploading and editing resources in MedShare

Step by step guide to uploading new resources to MedShare, and editing existing resources that are linked to via Faculty of Medicine Blackboard courses. If you are not able to view the preview, click the green 'Download' button to access the document.

Urinary Tract Infections

Lecture by Dr Julian Sutton

Urinary histology - general questions

Questions for group discussion, relating to histology practical on the urinary system

Urinary histology - test yourself questions

Questions accompanying practical session on urinary histology

Valvular disease and infective endocarditis

Slides accompanying lecture covering: the difference between valvular stenosis and incompetence; causes of valve disease including rheumatic fever and infective endocarditis; the effects on the heart

Vascular Control

Pre lecture notes

Vascular disease - epidemiology, risk factors and prevention

Slides accompanying symposium on coronary heart disease (CHD) and peripheral vascular disease (PVD), exploring patterns of disease, risk factors and methods of prevention

Vascular disease - epidemiology, risk factors and prevention

Slides accompanying clinical symposium on peripheral vascular disease

Vascular disease - epidemiology, risk factors, and prevention

Lecture slides for Tuesday 17th March 2015 10am

Venous return and cardiac output

Slides accompanying lectures on venous return and cardiac output, covering: factors which contribute to preload; measurement of cardiac output; the role of heart rate and stroke volume; Starling's experiments and Starling's law; ventricular failure and heart failure

Ventilatory control

Slides accompanying lecture on the mechanism and control of ventilation

Viral structure and function

Lecture slides accompanying session, covering: how viruses differ from bacterial and mammalian cells; virus structure; virus classification; vaccination using viruses

Water regulation

Slides accompanying lecture covering: water absorption in the collecting duct; regulation of plasma osmolarity by the pituitary; urea reabsorption from the collecting duct

What is inflammation?

Lecture slides accompanying session on inflammation, covering the systemic effects of inflammation, neutrophils and pus.

What is professionalism?

Slides accompanying PPD session, discussing professionalism, eFolio and the medical contract

Whole person medicine in practice

Slides accompanying session on whole person medicine, covering: communication skills; the impact on a consultation of considering the whole person; psychosocial and spiritual aspects of a patient; pastoral care for students

Why reflective practice is important for medical students

Article exploring the importance of reflection and reflective writing.

Working in groups

How groups are formed; different types of groups; how to develop an effective team; identifying your inter-personal skills

Your contract with medical school

Slides accompanying the PPD session introducing professionalism and exploring students' contract with medical school

learning styles and group and teamwork PPD

learning styles and group and teamwork PPD slides for session from D Owen

This list was generated on Mon Sep 25 14:44:57 2017 BST.