- Knowledge of the structural organization of the human body, with its main anatomo-clinical applications, from the macroscopic to the microscopic level and the mechanisms through which this organization takes place during embryonic development and differentiation; - Knowledge of the basic morphological characteristic of the systems, organs, tissues, cells, and subcellular structures of the human organism, besides their principal morpho-functional correlates. - Knowledge of human body organs working principles, as well as their dynamic integration into different apparatus and the general functional control mechanisms taking place in physiological conditions - Knowledge of the main functional evidences in healthy childhood
Expected learning outcomes
Knowledge and understanding: Biomedical science for the understanding of the physiological and pathological processes linked to the state of health and illness of the newborn, child, adolescent;
Ability to apply knowledge and understanding: To use the theoretical knowledge from the nursing discipline and from the biological and medical sciences to recognize the needs of the person/patient at different stages of life.
Lesson period: year
(In case of multiple editions, please check the period, as it may vary)