Event Title

Utilizing virtual dissection in preparation for cadaveric studies in an anatomy course: A study on the brachial plexus (CEU)

Presenter Information

Thomas P. Arnold PhD

Event Type

Presentation

Start Date

12-12-2015 12:00 AM

End Date

12-12-2015 12:00 AM

Description

Foundational courses for the entry-level Doctor of Occupational Therapy program such as medical anatomy and neuroanatomy are being redesigned to accomplish a hybrid delivery model. In preparation for a once monthly cadaver lab experience, students practice identification of structures using a virtual dissector (A&P revealed and Anatomy On- line). After completing worksheets which summarize these virtual dissections, the students correlate these studies with follow-up identification on a practical examination during our once-monthly face- to-face institute. Performance and feedback will be assessed to steer further development of this curricular path.

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Utilizing virtual dissection in preparation for cadaveric studies in an anatomy course: A study on the brachial plexus (CEU)

Foundational courses for the entry-level Doctor of Occupational Therapy program such as medical anatomy and neuroanatomy are being redesigned to accomplish a hybrid delivery model. In preparation for a once monthly cadaver lab experience, students practice identification of structures using a virtual dissector (A&P revealed and Anatomy On- line). After completing worksheets which summarize these virtual dissections, the students correlate these studies with follow-up identification on a practical examination during our once-monthly face- to-face institute. Performance and feedback will be assessed to steer further development of this curricular path.