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Patrick Maffucci; Chang H. Park; Mo Shirur; Benjamin Hyers; Adam I. Levine; Daniel Katz; Garrett W. Burnett; Jeffrey T. Laitman – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
Anatomy is an essential component of clinical anesthesiology. The use of simulated patients and alternative materials, including embalmed human bodies, have become increasingly common during resident physician training due to the deemphasis on anatomical education during undergraduate medical training. In this report, the need for a more extensive…
Descriptors: Anatomy, Science Instruction, Graduate Medical Education, Anesthesiology
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Dogus Darici; Kristina Flägel; Katharina Sternecker; Markus Missler – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
All anatomical educators hope that students apply past training to both similar and new tasks. This two-group longitudinal study investigated the development of such transfer of learning in a histology course. After 0, 10, and 20 sessions of the 10-week-long course, medical students completed theoretical tasks, examined histological slides trained…
Descriptors: Transfer of Training, Anatomy, Longitudinal Studies, Retention (Psychology)
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Ishrat Hussain; Ciana Dsouza; Sharon Wing Lam Yip; Matthew Flynn; Mohammed Ahmed Rashid – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
Social media platforms such as Instagram are becoming increasingly popular sources for students to access anatomy educational resources. This review used content analysis to examine posts under the hashtag #anatomynotes and is the first to map the characteristics of anatomy education posts on Instagram and determine any temporal changes. Sample…
Descriptors: Anatomy, Social Media, Educational Resources, Medical Education
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Rocky Chun Chung Cheung; Jian Yang; Christian Fang; Man Fai Leung; Susan M. Bridges; George L. Tipoe – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
Difficulty in visualizing anatomical structures has been identified as a challenge in anatomy learning and the emergence of three-dimensional printed models (3DPMs) offers a potential solution. This study evaluated the effectiveness of 3DPMs for learning the arterial supply of the head and neck region. One hundred eighty-four undergraduate medical…
Descriptors: Instructional Materials, Anatomy, Human Body, Models
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Craig I. Johnson; Lucy E. Hyde; Thomas Cornwall; Michelle Spear – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
At the University of Bristol, we established a novel dissection course to complement our anatomy degree. Students enrolled in this undergraduate course are trained as comparative anatomists, with equal time given to both human and veterinary anatomy. Historically, students opted to dissect either human or veterinary donors as part of the course.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Courses, Anatomy
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Julie E. Doty; Nathan E. Thompson – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
Near-peer tutoring (NPT) programs are popular vehicles to supplement traditional delivery of medical school curricula, including for anatomy laboratory (AL) content. While NPT programs can result in improved preclinical coursework performance for tutees, little to no data specifically show a benefit of NPT in AL course performance. In 2021, NYIT…
Descriptors: Tutoring, Peer Teaching, Medical Students, Medical Education
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Lauren K. Bagian; Taylor B. Wyatt; Claudia F. Mosley; Joy Y. Balta – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
Dissection of human body donors is a valuable part of anatomical education, research, and clinical training. In the United States, deceased human bodies are predominantly sourced through whole-body donation programs (BDPs) housed by academic institutions. Due to the lack of information regarding BDPs, the aim of this study was to gather…
Descriptors: Human Body, Donors, Anatomy, Surveys
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Jaudon Ron Foiret; Mariette Volschenk – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
Digital anatomy learning platforms hold potential academic benefits, yet there is currently no universally accepted pedagogical framework guiding their utilization. This study applied the lens of Laurillard's conversational framework to explore second-year medical students' experiences with a digital anatomy learning platform at a South African…
Descriptors: Medical Students, Medical Education, Anatomy, Learning Management Systems
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James Booker; Charlotte Woodward; Charles Taylor; Alistair Robson; Scott Border – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
Online anatomical resources are rising in popularity since the COVID-19 pandemic, but the pedagogical principles and effectiveness of their use remain unclear. This article aims to demonstrate evidence-informed ways in which fellow educators can create engaging online learning resources in clinical neuroanatomy and compare the effectiveness of…
Descriptors: Anatomy, Science Instruction, Case Studies, Evidence Based Practice
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Benjamin Arko-Boham; Kofi Ampofo Abankwah; Kevin Adutwum-Ofosu; John Ahenkorah; Bismarck Afedo Hottor; Nii Koney-Kwaku Koney – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
Historically, both donated bodies and unclaimed bodies have been the sources of human bodies for anatomy dissection globally with the latter discouraged for ethical reasons. Ghana lacks well-established body-donation programs, thus relying heavily on unclaimed bodies. Medical doctors benefit foremost from human bodies in their training and…
Descriptors: Human Body, Donors, Medical Education, Foreign Countries
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Nan Jiang; Zhongling Jiang; Yufeng Huang; Mingju Sun; Xuejing Sun; Yanjun Huan; Fangzheng Li – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
Veterinary anatomy plays a crucial role in the curriculum for veterinary medicine and surgery. The integration of modern information technology in veterinary education can greatly benefit from innovative tools such as augmented reality (AR) applications. The aim of this study was to develop an accurate and interactive three-dimensional (3D)…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Veterinary Medical Education, Anatomy, Computer Simulation
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Alexandra Claveria; Dona Bachour; Joy Y. Balta; Rosetta Antonacci; Nicole M. Ventura; Geoffroy P. J. C. Noel – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
Donor-centered education offers students the opportunity to not only acquire visual and tactile experiences for applying anatomical knowledge but also a chance for students to reflect upon fundamental humanistic principles. The exploration of differences in students' viewpoints on body donation and the utilization of body donors in their education…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Human Body, Donors, Death
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Bobbie J. Leeper; Jeremy J. Grachan; Rhiannon Robinson; Julie Doll; Kelsey Stevens – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
Dissection of human body donors is a common component of anatomy curricula, as it provides opportunities for tactile and intellectual engagement unmatched otherwise. Additionally, interaction with human body donors contributes to the "hidden curriculum" of allowing students to begin to ethically practice patient care with empathy,…
Descriptors: Medical Education, Anatomy, Human Body, Donors
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Jordan M. Renna; Katelyn B. Sondereker; Christopher L. Cors; Sara N. Chaszeyka; Kristin N. Keenan; Michael R. Corigliano; Lindsey A. Milgrom; Jessica R. Onyak; Edward J. Hamad; Maureen E. Stabio – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
The reconstruction of two-dimensional (2D) slices to three-dimensional (3D) digital anatomical models requires technical skills and software that are becoming increasingly important to the modern anatomist, but these skills are rarely taught in undergraduate science classrooms. Furthermore, learning opportunities that allow students to…
Descriptors: Anatomy, Undergraduate Students, Science Instruction, Models
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Kyle A. Robertson; Jason M. Organ; Michael Yard; Jessica N. Byram – Anatomical Sciences Education, 2024
The peer-reviewed anatomical education literature thoroughly describes the benefits and drawbacks of donor dissection. Gross anatomy laboratory environments utilizing donor dissection are generally considered to be a premier environment where students foster non-traditional discipline-independent skills (NTDIS), including the acquisition of…
Descriptors: Professionalism, Faculty Development, Empathy, Emotional Intelligence
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