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Cadavers and computers: the changing face of Medical Anatomy teaching

Cadavers and computers: the changing face of Medical Anatomy teaching

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Given By: Mrs Liz Gaze
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Year: 2014

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How has anatomy teaching changed over the years? In this lecture we will take a trip back in time to review how style and content have developed. How have we dealt with the ever increasing number of medical students passing through the programme? How has technology influenced and enhanced the changes? We will look at how both the teaching practices in schools and recommendations from the General Medical Council have radically altered the way anatomy is taught at Bristol.

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