If you look at any anatomy book you will get an idea of how they present any information of any body system. They usually begin by giving a presentation of the physical anatomy
. You could easily do this with a nice poster you draw. Then, they go through the various parts making up the physical anatomy and talk about how each part works and contributes to the system. This is the physiology
part. If you and your fellow students have all had to take an anatomy and physiology course then your anatomy and physiology part of your presentation should only be a brief review to refresh everyone's memory. Your major focus would then end with the next subject, some pathophysiology
. That is pointing out some major nervous system diseases and why they occur. They occur, you point out, because something has gone wrong with the physiology, or working, of one or more of the parts or processes within the neuro system. If your guidelines for the presentation has asked for it, you might point out that the medical treatment for the disease will be aimed at attempting to correct or try to bring back to as normal functioning as possible the part of the neuro system that has been "broken".
I think this is probably what your instructor might be looking for with these presentations. Of course, I could be totally wrong, but I went through nursing school 30+ years ago and the pathophysiology of diseases is what we focused on in our nursing classes. It is important that the other 5 members of your group are also doing the same format in presenting their body systems as well for congruency and to give nice evidence of over all planning to the entire project.
I hope these ideas helped. Good luck with the project. Don't be a stranger to the student forums. Post back and let us know how the presentation went.
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