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BMED11001  Introduction to Biomedical Science

This course, which emphasises inquiry-based learning activities, explores a number of issues, including: the discipline scope of the biomedical sciences, historical aspects, information, gathering, ethical issues, controversies, team dynamics, communication and presentation skills. The central aspect of this course will be the interaction of themes and activities which require students to integrate theory and practice in the exploration and consideration of issues such as, the application of scientific knowledge and principles; the analysis of regulations, ethical guidelines, codes of conduct, and what generally counts as `good practice'. Where appropriate, students will be required to participate in activities such as making and evaluating applications for ethical review of experiments, processing, storing and using information and role playing from a variety of perspectives.

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