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IAMSE Cafe Round Table Discussion: Evolving Anatomical Education During the COVID Pandemic

Thursday, May 14, 2020 at 9:00am to 10:00am

Stay connected with your colleagues around the globe and join us for this week's IAMSE Cafe round table discussion. Join our moderator, Kelly Quesnelle from Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine as she welcomes back Jon Wisco as well as Richard Gonzalez and Lane Fortney.

Evolving Anatomical Education during the COVID pandemic: What will this mean for the future of anatomy teaching? We welcome Jon Wisco from Boston University School of Medicine as well as Richard Gonzalez and Lane Fortney from Eastern Virginia Medical School. Topics for discussion will include:

  • Specific modalities for teaching gross anatomy virtually during the shift to emergency remote teaching
  • Providing a foundation/guide to build into the future
  • Promoting a philosophy, preserving the tacit lessons of anatomical education and taking a broader view to capture these lessons with different modalities: have perceptions on this changed during the pandemic?
  • Bridging the gap (dissection-based to partial or no dissection-based anatomy) forwarding the experiential learning through subject matter experts: how is this achieved virtually during the pandemic?

This webinar will now be held via Panopto. To join please click on the following link: https://dmu.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=4cfa1f2d-465e-4b3f-a899-abba0115bad5

We look forward to seeing you this week!

Thank you,

CEE

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