This section will help with such questions as:
How do I book the laboratory?
If the laboratory is needed for the revision of modules in physiology and
biomechanics, the first procedure should be to contact Mr Len Maurer. Len will
check to see that the laboratory is not being used for teaching or research
purposes. The student should then obtain a booking form (these can be found in
the physiology lab.), fill in the relevant details and get a counter-signature
from a member of academic staff. Once the signature is obtained you may
proceed with working in the laboratory.
How do I book equipment?
The procedure to booking equipment is similar to that of booking the laboratory. A booking
form should be obtained (these can be found in the physiology laboratory), filled in and then
counter-signed by the relevant member of academic staff.
Who is in charge of the undergraduate
The day to day running and overseeing of the laboratory is under the
direction of Mr Len Maurer. The approval of equipment and experiments to be
conducted in the laboratories is the responsibility of members of academic
staff. Only the signature of one of these members of staff can
grant access to equipment and laboratory space. This procedure is both for health and
safety but also because of the high demand of equipment and laboratory space at certain
times of the year.
What learning resources are available?
There are CD-ROM packages available on all five computers in the physiology
laboratory. To book this facility,
see Len Maurer, take your Mondex card to Len and he will give you access to the CD-ROM resource. There
are learning CD-ROM's on cardiovascular, musclo-skeletal and respiratory physiology. In
addition there are CD-ROM's available for anatomy.