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MODULE 1: READING LIST

PHYSIOLOGY: General Physio 1 2 3 FAMILY & COMMUNITY 1 2 3


1.1: Cell and Molecular MEDICINE
Physiology 1.1: Primary Health Care
1.2: Cellular Transport and 1.2: Philippine Health Situation
Signaling Sustainable Development Goals
1.3: Nerve and Synaptic 1.3: Department of Health and
Physiology its programs in relation to
1.4: Membrane Primary Health Care
Electrophysiology 1.4:
1.5: Hematology and Health Policy
Immunology 1 Formulation
1.6: Hematology and Health care delivery
Immunology 2 system and levels of
1.7: Hematology and care
Immunology 3 The health care team
1.5:
ANATOMY: Introduction 1 2 3 Health policies and
health laws
1.1: Introduction of Anatomy /
Global health issues
Nomenclature / Organ systems
and comparison of
1.2: Anatomical planes, terms of
health systems around
directions and movements
the world
1.3: Surface Anatomy
Healthcare financing
1.4: Lymphatic system / Tonsils 1.6: Definition of Leadership
/ Thymus / Spleen Kurt Lewin’s
1.5: Integumentary System Leadership
1.6: Head and Neck Lymphatics framework
Fiedler’s Contingency
Theory
BIOCHEMISTRY 1 2 3 Hersey and
Blanchard’s
1.1: Introduction to
Situational Theory
Biochemistry
Path goal theory by
1.2: Introduction:
Robert House
Functional groups
Transactional and
The Cell
transformational
Water and pH theories
1.3: Case discussion – Malignant Leader-member
Hyperthermia exchange theory
1.4: Amino acids and Peptides; Charismatic
Levels of Protein Structure leadership
1.5: Case discussion: Prion
Diseases
1.6: Globular and fibrous HISTOLOGY 1 2 3
proteins 1.1: Cell / Embryology
1.7: Enzymes: Mechanism of
Action, Kinetics 1.2: Blood / Bone Marrow
1.8: Case discussion: 1.3: Lymphatics
Methotrexate and Folate
Metabolism 1.4: Special Lecture
1.9: Enzymes: Regulation of
Activity
NEUROSCIENCES 1 2 3
1.10: Case discussion: Cardiac
Enzymes 1.1: Orientation: Gross anatomy
of the brain
1.2: Neuroembryology,
neurohistology
1.3: Cerebrum; Basal Ganglia
PSYCHIATRY 1 2 3
1.1: Introduction: Choice of
medical career: Psychiatry as a
specialty
1.2: Overview of the
biopsychosocial spiritual model
1.3:
The psychological
aspects of normal
behavior
The psychological
theories
1.4: The neurobiological aspects
of normal behavior I
1.5: The neurobiological aspects
of normal behavior II
MODULE 2: READING LIST
PHYSIOLOGY: Neurophysio 1 2 3
2.2:
2.1: Somatosensory Physiology
Carbohydrates of
2.2: Motor Physiology Physiologic
2.3: Neurophysiology of Higher Significance
Cortical Centers Lipids of physiologic
significance
ANATOMY: Musculoskeletal 1 2 3 Overview of
metabolism
PART I 2.3:
2.1: Upper extremities: Clavicle Glycolysis and the
and Shoulder Pyruvate
2.2: Upper extremities: Upper dehydrogenase
arm, elbow joint complex
2.3: Upper extremities: Forearm The Citric Acid Cycle
2.4: Case discussion: Anaerobic
2.4: Upper extremities: Wrist
metabolism
and hands
2.5:
2.5: Radioanatomy of Upper
extremities and Thorax Gluconeogenesis
2.6: Thoracic wall (sternum, Glycogen metabolism
ribs, clavicle) and Muscles of 2.6: Case discussion: Von
Thoracic Wall Gierkes disease
2.7:
PART II
Pentose Phosphate
2.7: Muscles of neck and facial Pathway (PPP)
expression
Other Carbohydrate
2.8: Muscles of infratemporal
Pathways (Uronic Acid
region / mastication, mandible
Pathway, Fructose
2.9: Skull and cranial fossa Metabolism, Galactose
2.10: Muscles of Anterior and Metabolism)
Posterior Abdominal Wall
PART III FAMILY & COMMUNITY 1 2 3
2.11: Lower extremities: Hip MEDICINE
joint and thigh 2.1:
2.12: Lower extremities: Knee Principles of Family
joint and leg Medicine
2.13: Lower extremities: Ankle Biopsychosocial
and foot approach to health
2.14: Radioanatomy of Skull, care
Mandible 2.2:
2.15: Muscles of Back and Family as a unit of
Vertebrae care
2.16: Radioanatomy of Lower
Family APGAR and
extremities and vertebrae
SCREEM

BIOCHEMISTRY 1 2 3
HISTOLOGY 1 2 3
2.1:
2.1: Epithelium
Bioenergetics
Biologic oxidation 2.2: Connective Tissue
The Electron 2.3: Bone / Cartilage
Transport Chain
2.4: Special Lecture

NEUROSCIENCES 1 2 3
2.1: Examination of the Motor
System
2.2: Cerebellum anatomy
(examination of the cerebellum
and meningeals)
2.3: Meninges and CSF

PSYCHIATRY 1 2 3
2.1: The sociocultural aspects of
normal behavior
2.2: Concepts of normal
behavior
2.3: Human development
through the life cycle I: Freud
and Psychosexual
Development; Erikson and the
Eight Stages
2.4: Human development
through the life cycle II: Other
developmental theories by
Piaget, Mahier
MODULE 3: READING LIST

PHYSIOLOGY: Neuromuscular 1 2 3 3.3:


3.1: Muscle Physiology Communication across
the life stages
3.2: Autonomic Physiology Active listening skils
3.4: CEA
ANATOMY: Nervous System 1 2 3
3.1 Spinal Cord HISTOLOGY 1 2 3
3.2: Cerebrum / Brodmann
3.1: Muscle tissue
Areas
3.3: Cranial Nerves 3.2: Skin
3.4: Radioanatomy of brain / 3.3: Nervous Tissue
spinal cord; Plexi (cervical, 3.4: Special Lecture
brachial, and lumbosacral)

NEUROSCIENCES 1 2 3
BIOCHEMISTRY 1 2 3
3.1: 3.1: Brainstem
Fatty acids synthesis 3.2: Cranial Nerves
and beta oxidation
Ketogenesis 3.3: Ascending pathways
3.2: Case discussion – Diabetes 3.4: Examination of the Cranial
Mellitus Type I and Type II Nerves
3.3: Unsaturated Fatty acids
and Eicosanoids PSYCHIATRY 1 2 3
3.4: Metabolism of
Acyclglycerols and 3.1: Human sexuality
Sphingolipids 3.2: Homosexuality
3.5: Case Discussion – Acute
Pancreatitis
3.6: Case Discussion – NSAID
gastritis
3.7:
Lipid transport and
storage
Cholesterol synthesis
transport and
excretion
3.8: Case Discussion – Statin
Medications case

FAMILY & COMMUNITY 1 2 3


MEDICINE
3.1:
The family life cycle
Influences of the
family on health
3.2:
Impact of illness on
the family
Illness trajectory
concept
MODULE 4: READING LIST
PHYSIOLOGY: GI Physio 1 2 3 HISTOLOGY 1 2 3
4.1: General Principles of 4.1: GI Glands
Gastrointestinal Function
4.2: Motor Functions of the GI 4.2: GIT Glands
Tract 4.3: Special Lecture
4.3: Secretory Functions of the
GI Tract
4.4: Digestion and Absorption in NEUROSCIENCES 1 2 3
the GI Tract
4.1: Descending pathways
4.2: Radiologic neuroanatomy
ANATOMY: Gastrointestinal 1 2 3
4.3: Examination of the Sensory
4.1: Oral cavity/tongue/salivary System
glands 4.4: Neuroimaging case
4.2: Peritoneum/esophagus discussions
4.3:
Stomach and PSYCHIATRY 1 2 3
duodenum
Jejunum and Ileum 4.1: Biopsychosocial model
applied to various stages of
4.4: Colon, Rectum, Appendix human development: childhood
4.5: Radioanatomy of GI 4.2:
4.6: Liver, Gallbladder and Filipino parenting
Biliary tree styles for early
childhood
Single parenting and
BIOCHEMISTRY 1 2 3 its effects on children
4.1: Tasks of parenting
Porphyrins and bile 4.3: Biopsychosocial model
pigments applied to various stages of
Hemostasis and human development:
thrombosis Adolescence
4.2:
Plasma proteins and
Immunoglobulins
Red and White Blood
Cells
4.3: Case Discussion –
Hereditary Hemochromatosis
4.4: Extracellular matrix and
Glycoproteins
4.5: Case discussion - Scurvy

FAMILY & COMMUNITY 1 2 3


MEDICINE
4.1:
The Caregiver and the
caregiver fatigue
Care of the elderly
4.2:
The chronically ill, the
dying and hospice
care
Breaking the bad news
MODULE 5: READING LIST

PHYSIOLOGY: Endocrine 1 2 3 PSYCHIATRY 1 2 3


5.1: Introduction of 5.1: Biopsychosocial model
Endocrinology, Endocrine applied to various stages of
Pancreas human development:
5.2: Anterior and Posterior Adulthood I
Pituitary Gland 5.2: Biopsychosocial model
5.3: Adrenal Glands applied to various stages of
5.4: Thyroid and Parathyroid human development:
Glands Adulthood II
5.3:
Normal behavior in
ANATOMY: Respiratory 1 2 3 Filipino Young Adults
5.1: Normal patterns in
Diaphragm Filipino marriages
Lungs and Pleura 5.4: Grief, Death and Dying

BIOCHEMISTRY 1 2 3
5.1: Vitamins and Minerals
5.2: Case Discussion –
Cobalamin Deficiency
5.3: Nutrition, Digestion,
Absorption
5.4: Case Discussion -
Starvation
5.5:
Membrane Structure
and Function
Hormone action and
signal transduction
5.6: Pituitary and Hypothalamic
hormones
5.7: Pituitary Adenoma – Case
to be announced
5.8:
Thyroid hormones,
hormones that
regulate calcium
metabolism
Hormones of the
Adrenal Medulla

HISTOLOGY 1 2 3
5.1: CVS
5.2: Special Lecture
5.3: Respiratory

NEUROSCIENCES 1 2 3
5.1: Disorders of the Motor
System
5.2: Disorders of the
Cerebellum
5.3: Extrapyramidal system
MODULE 6: READING LIST

PHYSIOLOGY: Cardiovascular 1 2 3 NEUROSCIENCES 1 2 3


6.1: Functional Anatomy of the 6.1: Disorders of the Brainstem
Heart, Physiologic Properties of and Cranial Nerves
the Heart
6.2: Visual Pathway
6.2: Cardiac Cycle
6.3: Ocular Motility
6.3: Electrocardiography
6.4: Cardiodynamics,
Hemodynamics, Cardiovascular PSYCHIATRY 1 2 3
Regulation
6.1: OFW, Migration Issues:
6.5: Arterial Blood Pressure, Marital Separation
Venous System and * Assignment for next meeting:
Microcirculation view film (I Do BidooBidoo)
6.2: Synthesis: I Do BidooBidoo
ANATOMY: Cardiovascular 1 2 3
Discussion of Erik Erikson’s
6.1: Pericardium Heart
epigenetic principle and related
Coronaries
to the characters in the movie
6.2: Arteries 6.3:
6.3: Mediastinum Doctor-Patient
6.4: Radioanatomy of Relationship
CardioPulmonary Interviewing
Techniques
6.5: Veins
Life Cycle of the
Physician
BIOCHEMISTRY 1 2 3
6.1: Pancreatic and
Gastrointestinal Tract
Hormones
6.2: Case Discussion: Somogyi
Effect
6.3:
Hormones of the
Adrenal Cortex
Hormones of the
Adrenal Medulla
Gonadal Hormones
6.4: Case Discussion:
Pheochromocytoma, Case Files
6.5:
Biosynthesis of
nutritionally non-
essential amino acids
Catabolism of Proteins
and of Amino Acid
Nitrogen

HISTOLOGY 1 2 3
6.1: Endocrine
6.2: Renal
6.3: Male Reproductive
6.4: Special Lecture
MODULE 7: READING LIST
PHYSIOLOGY: Respiratory 1 2 3 NEUROSCIENCES 1 2 3
7.1: Basic Mechanics of 7.1: Disorders of the Spinal
Breathing Cord
7.2: Pulmonary Ventilation and 7.2: Disorders of the
Gas Exchange Somatosensory system
7.3: Transport of Gases and 7.3: Consciousness and Higher
Regulation of Respiration Cortical Functions

ANATOMY: Endocrine 1 2 3 PSYCHIATRY 1 2 3


7.1: Pituitary gland 7.1: Historical and Present
Context of Psychopathology
7.2: Adrenal gland
7.2: Stress Management –
7.3: Thyroid / Parathyroid Preventing Burn Out
7.4: Pancreas

BIOCHEMISTRY 1 2 3
7.1:
Catabolism of Carbon
skeletons of amino
acids
Conversion of Amino
acids to specialized
products
7.2: Case Discussion:
Phenylketonuria
7.3:
Nucleotides
Metabolism of Purine
and Pyrimidine
Nucleotides
7.4: Case Discussion: Gout
7.5:
Nucleic acid structure
and function
DNA organization,
replication, repair
7.6: Case Discussion:
Xeroderma Pigmentosum
7.7:
RNA synthesis,
processing,
modification
Protein synthesis and
the genetic code
7.8: Case Discussion:
Erythromycin and Lyme
Disease

HISTOLOGY 1 2 3
7.1: Female Reproductive
7.2: Breast
MODULE 8: READING LIST MODULE 9: READING LIST
PHYSIOLOGY: Renal 1 2 3 PHYSIOLOGY: Reproductive 1 2 3
8.1: Body Fluid Physiology 9.1: Sex Determination and
Differentiation
8.2: Formation of Urine
9.2: Male Reproductive
8.3: Renal Handling of Physiology
Electrolyte and Acid-Base 9.3: Female Reproductive
Balance Physiology
9.4: Physiology of Sex,
ANATOMY: Renal 1 2 3 Pregnancy and Location
8.1: Kidney, Ureter and Urinary
Bladder ANATOMY: Reproductive 1 2 3
8.2: Radioanatomy of 9.1: Female Reproductive
Endocrine/Renal System
9.2: Male Reproductive
BIOCHEMISTRY 1 2 3
9.3: Breast
8.1: Regulation of Gene
Expression 9.4: Radiology
8.2: Biochemistry of Cancer
(Independent Study Time
readings) MODULE 10: READING LIST
8.3: Case Discussion – PHYSIOLOGY: Special Senses
Oncogenes and Cancer 1 2 3
and Special Topics
10.1: Physiology of Hearing and
HISTOLOGY 1 2 3 Balance
10.2: Physiology of Olfaction
8.1: Special Senses and Gustation
8.2: Special Lecture 10.3: Physiology of Vision
10.4: Aviation, High Altitude,
and Space Physiology
NEUROSCIENCES 1 2 3
10.5: Sports Physiology
8.1: Equilibrium and Hearing
8.2: Diencephalon, Olfactory
and Limbic System ANATOMY: Reproductive 1 2 3
8.3: Cerebral circulation 10.1: Nose and Sinuses
CSF and Ventricular System
10.2: Ear Vestibular Apparatus
10.3: Larynx, Pharynx, Vocal
Cords
10.4: Eye and Orbit
10.5: Radiology
RESEARCH MODULE 1: READING LIST MODULE 2
RESEARCH 1 2 3 RESEARCH 1 2 3
1.1: 2.1: Basic approaches to study
Course orientation designs:
The scientific method Case report, case
Overview of research series
designs Cross-sectional
1.2 studies
Formulating research Case-control studies
questions for specific Cohort studies
study designs (PICOM) 2.2: Basic approaches to study
Accessing information designs:
through the internet / Randomized
Online search using controlled trials
Pubmed Systematic reviews
Introduction to and meta-analysis
Boolean Search, Mesh 2.3: Sampling and
Searching Randomization
1.3: Introduction to Evidence – 2.4: Data Collection
Based Medicine; Overview of
2.5: Writing a Research
Critically Appraisal on therapy,
Proposal
diagnosis, prognosis, harm
Ethical consideration in
systematic reviews
research
1.4: Introduction to Animal
Studies
1.5:
Transforming
MODULE 3
research questions
into appropriate RESEARCH 1 2 3
research designs April 22 & 29: Oral Presentation
Formulating of Research Proposals
objectives May 6: Deadline for Submission
Composing a of Written Research Proposals
literature review and
conceptual framework
1.6: Oral presentation of
proposed topics for research