Feron Olivier (coordinator);
The prerequisite(s) for this Teaching Unit (Unité d’enseignement – UE) for the programmes/courses that offer this Teaching Unit are specified at the end of this sheet.
Explanation of the activity, the regulation and the dysfunction of the principal systems : heart and circulation system, respiratory system, body fluids and renal function, central, peripheral and autonomous nervous systems, sense organs, gastrointestinal system, reproduction and endocrine systems.
The course covers the functional physiology specific to the different systems and some elements of physiopathology. Each system is described by detailing the various cellular / tissue elements that compose it, the associated physiological functions and the modes of regulation involved.
Lectures (comodal) + flipped classroom for some parts of the course (= podcasts supplemented by remote or comodal sessions to answer students' questions).
Questions requiring short-open-responses or brief essays often involving diagrams/schemes to be built or completed, and multiple-choices questions (MCQ). The exam also includes an introductory set of MCQ covering basic and essential course concepts; a score of >75% on this MCQ is mandatory for the scores on the other exam's questions to be added into the final scoring .
All the documents related to the course are accessible via Moodle.
Faculty or entity