Human Anatomy Program UofG Video - Help Learners Version - Descriptive Transcript

Human Anatomy Program UofG Video - Help Learners Version
Descriptive Transcript

Summary: An overview of the Human Anatomy Program at the University of Guelph with a discussion about its success and the current need for expansion.

00:00 - 00:05
[Music plays, the sound of traffic in downtown Toronto is heard; White type fades in over black screen to show UofGuelph logo, College of Biological Science wordmark and Human Anatomy Program in text.]
Text: University of Guelph
College of Biological Science
Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences
Human Anatomy Program

00:06 - 00:09
[Screen shows crowds of people walking in downtown Toronto, in slow motion.]

Female Narrator: We can accomplish so much in our lives.

00:10 - 00:15
[Screen changes to show two mothers, their babies and a small child sitting on a park bench in Guelph, Ontario. Cut to close up of one of the mothers holding her baby.]

Narrator: Even though we're naturally frail, have you ever thought about how we’re able to do it all?
 
00:16 - 00:23
Screen changes to show three more shots of different crowds of people walking in downtown Toronto, in slow motion.]

Narrator: Seven billion people, seven billion possibilities.
But we all have something in common.

00:24 - 00:27
[Screen changes to show a female student jogging on the UofG campus. An illustration of human skeletal legs and feet are superimposed over the scene.]

Narrator: 206 bones.

00:28 - 00:30
[Screen shows two female athletes competing at the Canada Cup of wresting competition in the WF Mitchell Athletic Centre, UofGuelph.
An illustration of human leg muscles are superimposed over the scene.]

Narrator: 640 muscles.

00:31 - 00:33
[Screen changes to show a young man freestyle skateboarding on a half pipe. An illustration of a human leg nervous system is superimposed over the scene]

Narrator: Millions of nerves.

00:34 - 00:36
[Screen shows a young couple smiling and taking a selfie. An illustration of traveling blood cells is superimposed over the scene]

Narrator: Thirty-seven trillion cells.

00:37 - 00:39
[Screen shows a young woman sitting in the stands of an auditorium and appearing to be deep in thought.]

Narrator: One human.

00:40 - 00:44
[Screen changes to show a series old anatomical art sketches and medical drawings by Leonardo da Vinci.]

Narrator: We all know about anatomy. We live it every day. 

00:45 - 00:48
[Music picks up pace. Screen transitions to show Human Anatomy students entering the building where classes are held and then putting on labcoats before entering a class taking place in the laboratory.]

Narrator: But to have a grasp on its importance in our lives

00:49 - 00:53
[Screen shows Dr. Lorraine Jadeski teaching a class of Human Anatomy students in the lab.]

Narrator: you have to see it, touch it, explore it.

00:54 - 0:59
[Screen continues to show various students engaged in hands-on learning with medical cadavers in the human anatomy lab.]

Narrator: In this room, students from all walks of life come here to learn and to explore. 

01:00 - 01:04
[Screen shows a Teaching Assistant using skeletal specimens to teach visiting massage therapy students from Westervelt College and another TA giving one-on-one instruction to a paramedic from Fanshawe College.]

Narrator: When they leave, they can accomplish incredible things.

01:05 - 01:07
[Screen shows HA alumnus Dr. Matt Brace in his Guelph clinic performing surgery on a male patient.]

Narrator: Doctors are just the beginning.

01:08 - 01:11
[Screen shows a group of Fanshawe College Paramedic Program students practicing an intubation procedure on a cadaver in the Human Anatomy lab.]
White Text superimposed on lower-third of screen:
Fanshawe College Paramedic Programs
Human Anatomy Outreach Program

Narrator: Paramedics and First Responders.

01:12 - 01:14
[Screen shows physiotherapist and HA alumna Jackie Sinkeldam performing manual therapy on a young male patient's arm and shoulder in her Guelph clinic.]

Narrator: Physiotherapists.

01:15 - 01:18
[Screen shows a male sprinter who has one biomechanical leg running on an indoor track.]

Narrator: Biomechanics.

01:19 - 01:22
[Screen shows a Seneca College art student and her teacher making an anatomical drawing using a human specimen in the lab.]
White Text superimposed on lower-third of screen:
Seneca College Life Drawing
Human Anatomy Outreach Program

Narrator: Artists. And more than we can even imagine.

01:23 - 01:27
[Screen shows a Human Anatomy Program technician giving a demonstration using a medical cadaver in the human anatomy lab to massage therapy students from Westervelt College.]
White Text superimposed on lower-third of screen:
Westervelt College Massage Therapy
Human Anatomy Outreach Program

Narrator: At the University of Guelph, Human Anatomy is more than just a course.

01:28 - 01:30
[Screen shows another Human Anatomy Program technician giving a demonstration using skeletal specimens to students.]

Narrator: It’s a passion. Teachers and researchers work tirelessly

01:31 - 01:36
[Screen shows a Teaching Assistant using a cadaver to instruct a group of students.] 

Narrator: to better understand what makes us human and how we can be better than ever.

01:37 - 01:44
[Screen shows Dr. Matt Brace in his Guelph clinic; first, in his office talking to a male patient and then performing surgery on the patient's ear in his operatory.]
White Text superimposed on lower-third of screen:
Dr. Matthew Brace, U of G Alumnus
Guelph Facial Plastics

Narrator: Dr. Matt Brace is caring for patients suffering from craniofacial trauma, facial burns, cancer and facial paralysis.

01:45 - 01:54
[Screen shows physiotherapist Jackie Sinkeldam performing manual therapy and guiding specialized arm and shoulder exercise with a young male patient in her Guelph clinic.]
White Text superimposed on lower-third of screen:
Jackie Sinkeldam, UofG Alumna
Senior Partner, Eramosa Physiotherapy  

Narrator: Physiotherapist Jackie Sinkeldam is providing patients a path to improved health with manual therapy, specialized exercise and soft tissue release.

01:55 - 02:03
[Screen shows Dr. Lorraine Jadeski teaching several of her students in the Human Anatomy lab.]
White Text superimposed on lower-third of screen:
Dr. Lorraine Jadeski, UofG Alumna
Director, Human Anatomy Program 

Narrator: Dr. Lorraine Jadeski is inspiring learners with her passion for human anatomy. Discover the world inside us all.

02:04 - 02:06

[Screen shows the small child we saw at the beginning of the video pushing one of the babies on a swing in a park in Guelph, Ontario.]
White Text superimposed on lower-third of screen:
University of Guelph logo
College of Biological Science
Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences
Human Anatomy Program

Narrator: Join the University of Guelph on this journey.

02:07 - 02:11

[Screen shows a wide aerial view of the UofG campus.]
White Text superimposed on lower-third of screen:
University of Guelph logo
College of Biological Science
Department of Human Health and Nutritional Sciences
Human Anatomy Program

Narrator: It all begins here.

02:12 - 02:13
[Music fades out. Screen fades to black.]

02:14 - 02:18
University of Guelph logo fades up over black:
Text: University of Guelph. Improve Life.

02:19
[Fade to black.]