Lectures: Physician Assistant Applied Human Structure and Function - PAS701/2/3

PAS703 Lectures - Abdomen, Pelvis, and Perineum. 2019

Row# Lec# Lecture Title LecturerSorted ascending Date Time 24H Room Dissector Pgs
19
16
Review - Written and Laboratory Examinations
All Faculty
15 Oct 2019
1300-1400
C1847
20
NA
Laboratory Examination - Abdomen, Pelvis, Perineum
All Faculty
16 Oct 2019
1300-1420
MDL
21
NA
Written Examination - Abdomen, Pelvis, Perineum
All Faculty
16 Oct 2019
1430-1700
C1847
12
10
Autonomic Innervation to Foregut, Midgut, Hindgut, and Pelvis
Amanda Khan
1 Oct 2019
1500-1600
C1847
131-140
13
11
Skeleton, Anal triangles, Ischiorectal fossa, Female and Male Perineum
Caitlin Coker
1 Oct 2019
1600-1700
C1847
141-153, 165-170
3
3
Inguinal Canal, Inguinal Hernias, Spermatic Cord, Testis, Development
Chirag Patel
11 Sep 2019
1300-1400
C1847
102-106, 146-148
4
NA
Introduction to Ultrasound
Chirag Patel
12 Sep 2019
1400-1500
C1847
5
NA
Ultrasound - Abdomen
Chirag Patel
13 Sep 2019
1300-1500
C1847
10
8
Duodenum, Pancreas, Portal vein, Portal hypertension
Claire Werner
24 Sep 2019
1600-1700
C1847
127-131
2
2
Anterior Abdominal Wall Musculature, Rectus Sheath, Collateral Circulation
Darren Mehay
10 Sep 2019
1600-1700
C1847
99-102, 106-110
7
5
Peritoneum, Visceral ligaments, Mesentery, Greater omentum, Peritoneal Sacs
David Rasicci
17 Sep 2019
1600-1700
C1847
110-117
17
NA
Clinical Correlate - Dr. Bollard. Abdomen Pelvis Perineum
Dr. Bollard
9 Oct 2019
0900-1100
C1847
18
15
Female and Male Pelvic Diaphragm
Dr. Evey
9 Oct 2019
1300-1400
C1847
163-165, 180-182
1
1
Fascial Layers of the abdominal wall - Vertebral projections, Dermatomes
Indira Purushothaman
10 Sep 2019
1500-1600
C1847
99-102, 106-110
6
4
Laparotomy, Umbilical Ligaments and Folds, Survey of Abdominal Viscera
Indira Purushothaman
17 Sep 2019
1500-1600
C1847
110-117
11
9
Posterior Abdominal Wall, Aorta, Kidneys, Suprarenal glands, Diaphragm, Lumbar Plexus
Indira Purushothaman
25 Sep 2019
1300-1400
C1847
131-140
15
13
Female and Male Bladder, Rectum, Anal Canal, Urination and Defecation
Indira Purushothaman
8 Oct 2019
1500-1600
C1847
158-159, 175-177
9
7
Small and Large Intestine, Appendix, Paracolic Gutters
Michelle Jennette
24 Sep 2019
1500-1600
C1847
117-127
14
12
Pelvic Fascia and Peritoneum, Vagina, Uterus, Ovaries
Michelle Jennette
2 Oct 2019
1500-1600
C1847
154-157, 171-175
8
6
Survey of foregut, midgut, hindgut, Celiac Trunk, Stomach, Spleen, Liver, Gall bladder
Natalie Yoshioka
18 Sep 2019
1300-1400
C1847
117-127
16
14
Female and Male Internal Iliac Artery, Sacral Plexus, Pelvic Autonomic Plexus
Taylor Friemel
8 Oct 2019
1600-1700
C1847
160-163, 178-180

PAS703 Lectures - Head and Neck. 2019

PAS703 Lectures - Abdomen, Pelvis, and Perineum. 2019

Row# Lec# Lecture Title Lecturer Date Time 24H Room Dissector Pgs
1
1
Cranial Nerves, Parasympathetic Nervous System, Cervical Fascia and Spaces
Dr. Evey
29 Oct 2019
1500-1600
C1847
229-231
2
2
Posterior Triangle - Cervical plexus
Michelle Jennette
29 Oct 2019
1600-1700
C1847
231-233
3
3
Anterior Triangle - External carotid artery, Thyroid, Strap muscles
Amanda Khan
30 Oct 2019
1300-1400
C1847
234-241
4
4
Root of Neck - Vertebral triangle, Interscalene triangle, Pancoast tumor
Indira Purushothaman
5 Nov 2019
1500-1600
C1847
241-244
5
5
External Skull, Face, Scalp, Parotid Region, and Temporomandibular Joint
Michelle Jennette
5 Nov 2019
1600-1700
C1847
244-256, 261-262
6
6
Temporal and Infratemporal Fossa, Otic Ganglion, Submandibular Ganglion
Chirag Patel
6 Nov 2019
1300-1400
C1847
256-262
7
7
Interior of Skull, Cranial Fossae, Dural Sinuses, and Cavernous Sinus
David Rasicci
12 Nov 2019
1500-1600
C1847
263-275
8
8
Gross Anatomy, Function, and Blood Supply of Brain
Chirag Patel
12 Nov 2019
1600-1700
C1847
269-270
9
9
Orbit, Globe, and Ciliary Ganglion
Caitlin Coker
13 Nov 2019
1300-1400
C1847
276-283
10
NA
Clinical Correlate - Larynx
Dr. McGinn
19 Nov 2019
1300-1400
C1847
11
10
Clinical Correlate: Posterior Triangle
Dr. Goldenberg
19 Nov 2019
1500-1600
C1847
231-233
12
11
Clinical Correlate: Anterior Triangle
Dr. Goldenberg
19 Nov 2019
1600-1700
C1847
234-241
13
12
Craniovertebral Joints and Prevertebral Region - Sympathetic innervation
Indira Purushothaman
20 Nov 2019
1300-1400
C1847
283-286
14
13
Pharynx and Nasal Cavities
Indira Purushothaman
26 Nov 2019
1500-1600
C1847
286-294
15
14
Palate, Oral Cavity, and Larynx
Taylor Friemel
26 Nov 2019
1600-1700
C1847
294-307
16
15
Pterygopalatine Fossa and Ganglion
Dr. Evey
3 Dec 2019
1500-1600
C1847
294-299
17
16
Temporal Bone and Ear
Anna Ricci
3 Dec 2019
1600-1700
C1847
308-312
18
17
Review - Written and Laboratory Examinations
All Faculty
4 Dec 2019
1300-1400
C1847
19
NA
Laboratory Examination - Head, Neck
All Faculty
11 Dec 2019
1300-1420
MDL
20
NA
Written Examination - Head, Neck
All Faculty
11 Dec 2019
1430-1700
C1847

Block Schedules and Study Guides

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Agenda

  • General Comments
    • Please do not enter student records onto digital media. Do not use Google Docs or any other service, including University services.
    • Please do not email student records, even if obfuscated. Do not keep student records. Shred written notes regarding student records.
    • Denice Clarke maintains student records.
    • Denice Clarke maintains the official lecture and laboratory schedules - shared with outside curricula.
    • The above lecture titles will be hyperlinked to content pages and serve as a Table of Contents. Optional participation. Medical tutorials.
    • Once lectures are determined, Dee will enter the lecturers names into the official schedule document.
    • New server this Winter. Message boards. History.
  • Vision for combining Physician Assistant and Graduate Anatomy Curricula
    • Converge lecture titles
    • Incorporate Physician Assistant spinal cord and brain lectures into Graduate Anatomy lectures (invited graduate student lectures).
    • Combined clinical correlate lectures
    • Combined laboratory examinations
  • Dr. McLaughlin - Guidelines for participating in Physician Assistant and Graduate Anatomy coursework
    • Graduate student teaching is to be tempered by other responsibilities.
  • Primary responsibility of the course director is to the the course being taught
    • Please decide upon lectures according to you strengths and well-being.
    • Please plan to attend the laboratory session relevant to your lecture.
    • The primary participants will benefit the course if they attend all lectures and laboratories.
  • Clinical Correlates
    • Additional clinical correlate lectures will not be scheduled during PAS701/2/3 Anatomy contact hours.
    • The Physician Assistant curriculum will incorporate Graduate Anatomy curriculum clinical correlates into their schedule for this Fall.
    • The Physician Assistant curriculum is planning daily clinical correlates to synchronize with the above PAS701/2/3 schedule.
  • Lectures
    • The above lecture entries are a combination of title and content.
    • The title may be shortened according to the lecturer.
    • Please plan to use the entire allotted lecture time.
    • Please place clinical correlates within a lecture as they become relevant to the material. Academic freedom.
    • Encourage student engagement and answer questions at the expense of lecture timing.
    • Devote time to review previous lectures.
    • Tie lectures to the laboratory experience whenever possible.
    • Point the way forward toward future lectures.
    • Fans endure backed up plumbing and sweltering heat because the accomplished performer reacts to the audience.
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Topic revision: r25 - 07 Oct 2019, LorenEvey
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