"Welcome to Healing. As this is an elective course and you are all advanced students, I expect you all to genuinely want to be in this class, so if that is not the case, please speak with me so we can make other arrangements. What we practice in class can have disastrous results if it goes wrong on a living patient, so if I find out anyone has been practicing these spells on living creatures I will be writing your parents, giving you more detentions than you can count, and sending you to the headmaster for a nice chat. Our medical dummies are always available if you need to practice. That said, if everyone pays attention and follows the rules, we can make the class a bit more fun later in the year. To any new students: we use realistic medical dummies in this class, and they are given very realistic injuries and symptoms. If you need to vomit, please do so in the trashcan, or your bag if necessary. Some exercises can be very intense and demanding to simulate the same situation in reality, so bear that in mind. This is not the class for someone wanting to sit back and enjoy the ride."
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She'd glance around then raise her hand again. "I think a lot of the limits are...based on individuals and magical theory? For example you can't heal someone who's been bitten by a werewolf but someone good with potions can help with symptoms. Some healers that are better at transfiguration and might be able to undo someone turning a person into a bug."
She purses her lips. Dragon pox wasn't quite on the scale she'd been thinking, but... "Dragon Pox is a serious illness, that's true. I'll give you ten points if you can tell me the context for the outbreak of it you have in mind."
"Each student has one of the medical dummies in front of them, but today it looks suspiciously uninjured. "Welcome to healing, seventh years. We're going to start the year off with Vulnera Sanentur. Is anyone familiar with this spell?"