University of Bristol
The Functional and Clinical Anatomy intercalated course provides students from professional programmes with a detailed knowledge of human anatomy that is related to function and, ultimately, dysfunction. A major component of the degree is dissection. This programme was instigated in response to student demand and is designed to complement pre-clinical basic science teaching.
In small groups, you will dissect a cadaveric subject and be expected to investigate anatomical variations, pathologies and evidence of procedures present in their subject, building this into an extensive research portfolio. This work will be supported by integrated functional and clinical seminars for each of the regions of the body.
The Advanced Dissection and Research Portfolio unit underpins the entire course and dictates which body region is discussed in the associated seminar. Over 24 weeks, you will dissect your subject in small groups, taking note of e…