Anatomy and Clinical Skills Teaching
I enjoy anatomy... absolutely excellent anatomy staff, always got time for you. They encourage you - when they see you lagging - they’ll stop and they’ll coax you on. The quality of the workbooks and stuff is absolutely excellent… It’s always interesting, it’s always relevant, and they always put it in a context of… what you need to know to help patients.Gordon Orr, Stage 2
Anatomy is taught using a mixture of traditional cadaveric specimens alongside newer teaching methods. The basic anatomy relates to the clinical context the students will encounter in future years. Body painting, clinical images, Virtual Human Dissector, ultrasound and computer-based learning are used to relate anatomical knowledge to the clinical skills required as a doctor.
I loved how so many different teaching methods were used and when we go into a two hour class we are kept entertained by moving us from station to station.Stage 1 Student Evaluation