The living anatome program was featured on the cover of the November/December issue of Anatomical Sciences Education.
The article details the inception and evolution of living anatome as well as its benefits for the students that participated in the class.
Analysis of postintervention tests revealed significant improvement in total Living AnatoME scores as well as in the domains of upper limb, muscle function, and palpation, indicating the possible efficacy of Living AnatoME in teaching anatomy. Performance on control questions also improved, although not significantly, which may indicate the role of other variables (e.g., additional study time) in increased performance.
No related posts.