February 24, 2012

There once was a lack of cadavers


With dissection-ready cadavers in short supply and class sizes burgeoning, an Ottawa professor has come up with an unusual tool to teach the complexities of human anatomy: limericks…That fits well with a modern educational approach that focuses less on rote, passive teaching of anatomy, and more on active learning by teams of students, said Dr. Wojciech Pawlina, anatomy-department chair at the Mayo Clinic college of medicine in Minnesota.

National Post, by Tom Blackwell, 02/23/2012

Tags: anatomy-department chair, Dr. Wojciech Pawlina, limericks used to teach human anatomy, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Uncategorized

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