Musculoskeletal sciences & substance abuse

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1. Week 1 - Just Coping

1.1. Lectures

1.1.1. 1:01 Introduction to radiology (terminology & techniques)

1.1.2. 1:02 Biochemistry of alcohol

1.1.3. 1:03 Neuronal excitation & inhibition

1.1.4. 1:05 Theories of substance abuse

1.1.5. 1:07 Neuroadaptation and dependance

1.2. Basic and Clinical Sciences

1.2.1. 1:01 revision (anatomy)

1.2.2. 1:02 lifestyle and drug dependence

1.3. PBL 1 (group A)

1.3.1. session 1

1.3.2. session 2

1.3.3. session 3

2. Week 2 - Tracey's Life

2.1. Lectures

2.1.1. 2:01 upper limb: clinical anatomy

2.1.2. 2:02 clinical pharmacology and disposition of opioids

2.1.3. 2:03 actions of opioids on cells and systems

2.1.4. 2:04 The natural history of hepatitis C

2.1.5. 2:05 Immune response to viral infections

2.1.6. 2:06 case conference: hepatitis

2.1.7. 2:07 principles of pharmacotherapy for drug dependence

2.2. Basic and Clinical Sciences

2.2.1. 2:01 RFA: trail practice exam

2.2.2. 2:03 Integrated care

2.3. PBL 2 (group A)

2.3.1. session 1

2.3.2. session 2

2.3.3. session 3

3. Week 3 - New Wheels

3.1. Lectures

3.1.1. 3:01 Lower limb: bones and joints

3.1.2. 3:02 Autonomic nervous system

3.1.3. 3:03 Physiological feedback in the cardiovascular system

3.1.4. 3:04 Shock: and overview

3.1.5. 3:05 Adolescence and young adulthood

3.1.6. 3:06 Bone and tooth structure and function

3.1.7. 3:07 Genetics and epidemiology of alcohol dependance

3.1.8. 3:08 Radiation safety

3.2. Basic and Clinical Sciences

3.2.1. 3:01 Lower limb: bones and joints

3.2.2. 3:02 Healing

3.2.3. 3:03 Blood pressure and it's fluctuations

3.3. PBL 3

3.3.1. session 1

3.3.2. session 2

3.3.3. session 3

4. Week 4 - An embarrassing fall

4.1. Lectures

4.1.1. 4:01 Lower Limb: Muscles

4.1.2. 4:02 Falls in the Elderly

4.1.3. 4:03 Mineral Homeostasis

4.1.4. 4:04 Osteoporosis: Hormonal Issues

4.1.5. 4:05 Principles of Rehabilitation

4.1.6. 4:06 Biochemical Synthesis

4.1.7. 4:07 Health Law 3: Consent, Knowledge & Power

4.2. Basic and Clinical Sciences

4.2.1. 4:01 Lower Limb: Muscles

4.2.2. 4:02 Histology of Skin

4.3. PBL 4

4.3.1. Session 1

4.3.2. Session 2

4.3.3. Session 3

5. Week 5 - I must be getting old

5.1. Lectures

5.1.1. 5:01 Lower Limb: Vessels

5.1.2. 5:02 Vertebral Column: Introduction

5.1.3. 5:03 Pathogenesis & Clinical Spectrum of Osteoarthritis (Revise)

5.1.4. 5:04 Photobiology UV and the Skin

5.1.5. 5:05 Non-Drug Management of Osteoarthritis

5.1.6. 5:06 Prevention of Skin Cancers

5.1.7. 5:07 Uric Acid Metabolism and Medications

5.1.8. 5:08 Infections of Bones and Joints

5.2. Basic and Clinical Sciences

5.2.1. 5:01 Lower Limb: Vessels

5.2.2. 5:02 Pathology of Skin Tumours

5.3. PBL 5

5.3.1. Session 1

5.3.2. Session 2

5.3.3. Session 3

6. Week 6 - She says she'll lose her job

6.1. Lectures

6.1.1. 6:01 Lower Limb: Nerves

6.1.2. 6:02 Vertebral Column: The Neck

6.1.3. 6:03 Nerve Structure and Conduction

6.1.4. 6:04 Development of Limbs

6.1.5. 6:05 Synaptic Transmission and the Neuromuscular Junction

6.1.6. 6:06 Physiology of Muscle

6.1.7. 6:07 Upper Limb: Radiology

6.2. Basic and Clinical Sciences

6.2.1. 6:01 Lower Limb: Nerves

6.2.2. 6:02 Nerve Conduction Surface Anatomy in Arm

6.2.3. 6:03 Histology of Bone and Joints

6.3. PBL 6

6.3.1. Session 1

6.3.2. Session 2

6.3.3. Session 3

7. Week 7 - Why me?

7.1. Lectures

7.1.1. 7:01 Lower Limb: Radiology

7.1.2. 7:02 Vertebral Column: The Low Back

7.1.3. 7:03 Autoimmune Diseases

7.1.4. 7:04 Overview of Drugs in Arthritis: Non- Steroidal

7.1.5. 7:05 Impact of Chronic Illness

7.1.5.1. objective mismatch

7.1.5.2. The given lecture was about global burden of disease !!

7.1.6. 7:06 Overview of Medications in Arthritis: Steroids

7.1.7. 7:07 Pathology and Pathogenesis of Rheumatoid Arthritis

7.2. Basic and Clinical Sciences

7.2.1. 7:01 Surface Anatomy of Upper Limb and Lower Limb

7.2.2. 7:02 Pathology of Bone and Joint

7.2.3. 7:03 How to Use Auto-Antibodies for Diagnosis

7.3. PBL 7

7.3.1. Session 1

7.3.2. Session 2

7.3.3. Session 3

8. Week 8 - I always work hard

8.1. Lectures

8.1.1. 8:01 Lower Limb: Clinical Anatomy

8.1.2. 8:02 Clinical Anatomy of the PNS

8.1.3. 8:03 Vertebral Column: Radiology

8.1.4. 8:04 Causes and Prevention of Back pain

8.1.5. 8:05 Principles of Management of Back Pain

8.1.6. 8:06 Exercise and Muscle

8.1.7. 8:07 Basic Biochemical Tests: Indications and Interpretation

8.1.8. 6:07 Introduction to Nuclear Medicine and Musculoskeletal Nuclear Medicine

8.2. Basic and Clinical Sciences

8.2.1. 8:01 Vertebral Column

8.2.2. 8:02 Histology of Neural Tissues

8.2.3. 8:04 Anatomy - Revision

8.3. PBL 7

8.3.1. Session 1

8.3.2. Session 2

8.3.3. Session 3

9. Themes

9.1. Community & Doctor Theme

9.1.1. 1: Alcohol and Drug Abuse

9.1.1.1. Assignment: reflection

9.1.2. 2: Injection & Blood Born diseases

9.1.2.1. Assignment: reflection

9.1.3. 3: Impact: Musculoskeletal diseases in the community

9.1.3.1. Assignment: reflection

9.2. Personal & Professional Development Theme

9.2.1. 1: What is patient safety

9.2.1.1. Assignment: reflection

9.2.2. 2: Medical certificates

9.2.2.1. Assignment: reflection

9.2.3. 3: Team approach to arthritis

9.2.3.1. Assignment: reflection

9.2.3.2. was an interactive discussion, no slides

9.3. Evidence Based Medicine Theme

9.3.1. EBM literature search I

9.3.2. Study design III

9.3.2.1. Exercise session, no lecture

9.3.3. EBM statistics

9.4. Patient - Doctor theme

9.4.1. Communication skills

9.4.1.1. Taking a drug and alcohol history

9.4.1.2. History of musculoskeletal disorder

9.4.1.3. Social and musculoskeletal history in an older patient

9.4.1.3.1. We took history from real patients and presented the cases. No lecture given

9.4.1.4. Functional impairment

9.4.1.5. The occupational history

9.4.2. Clinical diagnostic skills

9.4.2.1. 1- Drug and/or alcohol examination

9.4.2.2. 2- Introduction to the musculoskeletal system

9.4.2.3. 3- Examination of the lower back and hips

9.4.2.4. 4- Examination of the lower limb: knee and foot

9.4.2.5. 5- Upper limb: hand, wrist, elbow & forearm

9.4.2.6. 6- The upper limb: shoulder and cervical and thoracic spine

9.4.2.6.1. we got shoulder but not spine

9.4.3. Procedural skills

9.4.3.1. Asepsis and basic dressing

9.4.3.2. Examination of the hip joint

9.4.3.3. Examination of the knee joint

9.4.3.4. Simple splints and plaster immobilisation