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Anatomy Education Podcast

Mar 26, 2018

Dr Margaret McNulty is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology at the Indiana University School of Medicine, in the United States.

Margaret joins me for a fascinating conversation on teaching gross anatomy to veterinary and medical students. We discuss the logistics of teaching gross anatomy to veterinary students and the issues around professional identify, including patient populations, financial aspects and end-of-life care. We also talk about Margaret’s basic science research and the cross-over with scholarship into anatomy education.

You can follow Margaret using the twitter handle: @DrMAMcNulty

Here is the link to his most recent ASE paper:

Impact of a Precourse on Student Performance in Veterinary Gross Anatomy

Perceptions of Dissection Experience in a Professional Veterinary Curriculum

An Anatomy Precourse Predicts Student Performance in a Professional Veterinary Curriculum


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