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Anatomy Education Podcast

The Anatomy Education Podcast - News, views and opinions on anatomy education from around the world. Follow: @AnatEducPodcast; #AnatPodcast; visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk. The Anatomy Education Podcast is supported by the American Association of Anatomists.

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#37 Dr Wendy Lackey-Cornelison

Dr Wendy Lackey-Cornelison is an Assistant Professor in theDepartment of Biomedical Sciences, Western Michigan University, Homer Stryker MD School of Medicine, United States Wendy joins me for a wide ranging chat about anatomy education. We discuss here approach to Team-Based Learning and the anatomy laboratory. We also talk about introducing humanities into medical education, the memorial service at Western Michigan and visit the everlasting prosection versus dissection debate. You can follow Wendy using the twitter handle: @OsteoBlastgirl To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit:anatomypodcast.co.ukfor more information The Anatomy Education Podcast is supported by the American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org.

55mins

11 Jun 2018

Rank #1

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#55 IAMSE at AMEE 2018

In the final podcast from AMEE2018, we listen to the IAMSE symposium on: The role of the Biomedical Sciences in Teaching and Learning Medicine in the 21st century. The session is chaired by Professor Aviad Haramati, from Georgetown University School of Medicine, with contributions from: Richard C Vari Associate Dean, Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, USA Neil Osheroff Professor, Biochemistry Department, Vanderbilt University, USA Peter GM de Jong Assistant Professor, Centre for Innovation in Medical Education Leiden University Medical Centre, Netherlands Kelly M Quesnelle Assistant Professor of Biomedical Sciences, Western Michigan University, Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine, USA To find out more about IAMSE - The International Association of Medical Science Education visit www.iamse.org and @iamse. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomymeeting. The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse. Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly.

1hr 9mins

3 Dec 2018

Rank #2

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#26 Dr Polly Husmann

Dr Polly Husmann is an Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology at Indiana University, School of Medical, United States. Polly joins me from sunny Florida whilst on vacation to discuss her recent paper on Learning Styles with co-author Professor Valerie Dean O’Loughlin. We also talk about Polly’ previous work on assessing study skills in Anatomy and Physiology courses. Here are the links to the papers we discussed: Another nail in the coffin for learning styles? Disparities among undergraduate anatomy students’ study strategies, class performance, and reported VARK learning styles Study skills in anatomy and physiology: Is there a difference? To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information The Anatomy Education Podcast is supported by the American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org.

41mins

19 Mar 2018

Rank #3

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#44 Early Career Anatomy Educators

Early Career Anatomy Educators In this episode I am joined by PhD students from both Indiana University, Bloomington in the United States, and the University of Leeds in the UK to discuss their current anatomy education training programme and interest in anatomy education. We also talk about challenges and solutions to anatomy teaching and scholarship, and briefly touch on their individual projects. Thank you to Stacey Dunham (@staceymdunham),Barbie Klein (@betabarb), Theo Smith (@badassanatomist), Melissa Taylor (@MTanatomy), Jonathan Bendinge, Michael Goodwin, Amberly Reynoldsfrom Indiana University and Arthur Lau (digiarthur88), Faye Bennett (@fslbennett), James Nott (@jamespnott), Lauren Clunie (@laurenclunie) from the University of Leeds. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.ukfor more information The Anatomy Education Podcast is supported by the American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org.

1hr 8mins

23 Jul 2018

Rank #4

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#52 Dr Jane Holland

Dr Jane Holland is a Senior Lecturer in Anatomy at the Department of Anatomy, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), Dublin. In this episode we talk about Jane’s entry into anatomy educator after a surgical career, the links between surgery and anatomy, blended anatomy curricula and her anatomy scholarship on supporting repeating anatomy students.   You can follow Jane on Twitter using the twitter handle: @drjaneholland  You can read the paper we discussed here: Out of sight, out of mind: Do repeating students overlook online course components? To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.ukfor more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomymeeting. The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse. Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly. Primal Pictures. For information on their 3D anatomy resources, visit www.primalpictures.com and @PrimalPictures.

41mins

12 Nov 2018

Rank #5

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#70 AAA 2019 Preview

In this episode I talk to Ralph Marcucio (School of Medicine, University of California San Francisco) and Martine Dunnwald (Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Iowa Health Care) about the upcoming American Association of Anatomists 2019 Annual Meeting held in Orlando, Florida. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomymeeting. The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse. Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly. Primal Pictures. For information on their 3D anatomy resources, visit www.primalpictures.com and @PrimalPictures.

36mins

1 Apr 2019

Rank #6

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#69 Dr Helen Anscomb

Dr Helen Anscomb is an Associate Professor of Clinical Anatomy, and Head of Anatomy and Pathology, at the College of Medicine and Dentistry, James Cook University, Queensland, Australia. In this episode I to Helen about her career path into anatomy education from the University of Leeds in the UK to Queensland in Australia. We talk about UG and PG at James Cook, blended learning and the role of a clinical anatomist. You can read some of Helen’s scholarly outputs here: Approaches to improve student academic success in a mixed year 1 anatomy and physiology subject. Prepared to study: resources designed to aid student studies in human cadaveric anatomy. Can teaching delivery mode lead to ongoing changes in student performance within human anatomy? Designing a clinical anatomy and pathology curriculum for 'transition' into clinical training, through the application of First Year Curriculum (FYC) principles. You can follow Helen on Twitter here and find out about the PG Diploma in Surgical Anatomy here. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomymeeting. The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse. Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly. LEEC. For information on their anatomy teaching related equipment, visit http://www.leec.co.uk/ and @LEECLtd.

47mins

25 Mar 2019

Rank #7

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#28 The National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition 2018 with Ahmad and Scott

Ahmad Elmansouri is a Medical Student and Dr Scott Border is a Principle Teaching Fellow at the Centre for Learning Anatomical Sciences, at the University of Southampton, United Kingdom. Ahmad and Scott join me for a chat about the recent National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition that was held last weekend. We also discuss the recent paper on the 5 year history of the competition recently published in the European Journal of Anatomy. For more information about the National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition visit: http://www.natneurocomp.co.uk and @NatNeuroComp Here is the link to the recent paper we discussed: The National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition: Five years of educating, inspiring and motivating our future neurologists and neurosurgeons You can follow Scott and Ahmad using the twitter handles: @ScottBorder1 and @AhmadElmansouri To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information The Anatomy Education Podcast is supported by the American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org.

44mins

2 Apr 2018

Rank #8

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#12 Professor Claudia Krebs

Professor Claudia Krebs is Director of Gross Anatomy and Neuroanatomy at the Faculty of Medicine, University of British Columbia, Canada. Claudia joins me for a chat about her anatomy education career path and her focus on neuroanatomy, neurophobia, and innovative approaches to her teaching. You can visit Claudia’s website that contains lots of neuroanatomy resources here. You can follow Claudia using the twitter handle: @krebs_claudia To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information The Anatomy Education Podcast is supported by the American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org.

41mins

20 Nov 2017

Rank #9

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#39 Professor Harold Ellis

Professor Harold Ellis started his medical training in September 1943 at the tender age of 17 during the Second World War at Oxford University. For this episode I visited Kings College London, where Harold still teaches medical students, and talked at length about his medical training, career as a surgeon and then a Clinical Anatomist.  To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information The Anatomy Education Podcast is supported by the American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org.

1hr 1min

18 Jun 2018

Rank #10

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#46 Professor Trudie Roberts

Professor Trudie Roberts is the Director of the Leeds Institute of Medical Education, School of Medicine, University of Leeds in the UK. Trudie is also the President of the Association of Medical Education in Europe.   In this episode I talk to my boss on all things medical education. We talk about the development of medical education as a discipline in its own right and comment on the changes Trudie has observed during her distinguished career. We also talk about the upcoming AMEE meeting in Basel, Switzerland and the various initiatives underway, such as Aspire awards and post-publication peer-review journal MedEdPublish. Here are some links to the various items we discussed. For information about AMEE membership and the upcoming conference visit: Association of Medical Education in Europe Medical Teacher Journal MedEdPublish To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.ukfor more information The Anatomy Education Podcast is supported by the American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org.

1hr 1min

6 Aug 2018

Rank #11

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#72 Professor Bart Rienties

Professor Bart Rienties is an international leader on Learning Analytics based at the Institute of Educational Technology, Learning and Teaching Innovation, at the Open University in the United Kingdom.  In this episode I talk to Bart about the recent Innovative Pedagogies 2019 report published from the OU, the challenges and tips around education research, and how Learning Analytics can be used to support student education. You can follow Bart using the Twitter handle:@DrBartRienties and visit his blog here. You can access the Innovative Pedagogies 2019 report here. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomymeeting. The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse. Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly. Primal Pictures. For information on their 3D anatomy resources, visit www.primalpictures.com and @PrimalPictures.

52mins

6 May 2019

Rank #12

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#73 Dr Lisa Quinn

Dr Lisa Quinn is a Lecturer in Medical Education at the School of Medicine, University of Leicester in the UK. In this episode I talk to Lisa about her use of technology, and specifically iPads, to teach anatomy and support workplace-based-assessment. We also talk about effective teaching and learning strategies and her trip to a CPD course run by the Learning Scientists. You can follow Lisa on Twitter here. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomymeeting. The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse. Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly. LEEC. For information on their anatomy teaching related equipment, visit http://www.leec.co.uk/ and @LEECLtd.

47mins

13 May 2019

Rank #13

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#34 Dr Lindsey Fitzharris

Dr Lindsey Fitzharris is an award winning medical historian and author. Her recent book The Butchering Art has been widely praised and in this episode Lindsey joins me to discuss her interest in Victorian medicine and how Joseph Lister transformed the brutal world of Victorian surgery. To buy Lindsey’s Book – The Butchering Art – please visit the following sites: US - http://bitly.com/2lhYa0fUK - http://amzn.to/2r5KN2zCanada - http://amzn.to/2uQZ3l3Australia - http://amzn.to/2tEFL2MItaly - http://amzn.to/2gNHgG2 You can follow Lindsey using the twitter handle: @DrLindseyFitz and on Instagram. For more information on Lindsey’s work visit her website here and her popular YouTube channel: Under The knife To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.ukfor more information The Anatomy Education Podcast is supported by the American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org.

42mins

21 May 2018

Rank #14

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#57 Professor Rebecca Pratt

Rebecca Pratt, PhD is the Professor of Anatomy in the Department of Foundational Medical Studies, Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine in the United States. Rebecca joins me for a chat about anatomy teaching at her institution, Student-led anatomy dissection projects, her fascination with fasciaand the longitudinal implementation of radiology and clinical imaging within the undergraduate medical curriculum. We also discuss Rebecca’s numerous roles within the AAA. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomymeeting. The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse. Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly.

44mins

17 Dec 2018

Rank #15

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#35 Leonard Shapiro

Leonard Shapiro is an Observational Teacher in Human Anatomy at the Department of Human Biology, University of Cape Town, South Africa.   Leonard joins me from sunny South Africa for the first of two podcasts that discuss the role of Art in Anatomy. In a wide-ranging conversation that touches on Leonard’s general interest in human anatomy and his passion for Frank Auerbach’s portraits. We also discuss in detail the Haptico-Visual Observation and Drawing technique that utilizes a multi-sensory approach to drawing anatomical structures. For some examples of Leonard’s portraits and HVO&D drawings visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk You can follow Leonard using the twitter handle: @Leonard_Shapiro For more information on Leonard’s work visit his website: Lateral Leap Next week we continue our exploration of Art in Anatomy with Dr Jac Saorsa from The Broadway Drawing School in Cardiff, United Kingdom. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit:anatomypodcast.co.ukfor more information The Anatomy Education Podcast is supported by the American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org.

1hr

28 May 2018

Rank #16

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#74 Professor Tina Overton

Professor Tina Director is the Director of the Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom. In this episode I talk to Tina about her career that has seen her recently relocate to the United Kingdom from Monash University, Australia, and the similarities between chemistry education and anatomy education. We also talk about the transition from basic scientist to an educational research, the scholarship of teaching and learning and the future challenges of Higher Education You can follow Tina using the Twitter handle:@tinaoverton and visit the Leeds Institute of Teaching Excellence here. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomymeeting. The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse. Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly. Primal Pictures. For information on their 3D anatomy resources, visit www.primalpictures.com and @PrimalPictures.

52mins

20 May 2019

Rank #17

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#63 Dr Robert Hill

Dr Robert Hill is anAssociate Professor of Science Education and Director of the Anatomical Gift Program, at the Department of Science Education, Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, New York in the USA. In this episode I talk to Robert about his approach to anatomy education, his evolving use of social media and the Anatomical Gift Program. You can follow Robert on Twitter using the handle: @RVHillPhD To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomymeeting. The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse. Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly. LEEC. For information on their anatomy teaching related equipment, visit http://www.leec.co.uk/ and @LEECLtd.

51mins

11 Feb 2019

Rank #18

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#60 Professor Phil Newton

Professor Phil Newton is the Director of Learning and Teaching at Swansea University Medical School in the United Kingdom. In this episode Phil and I have a wide-ranging conversation on evidence-based education, education research and debunking learning myths. We also talk about contract cheating and its impact across Higher Education. You can follow Phil and Medical Education at Swansea using the Twitter handle: @NewtonsNeurosci and @MScMedEd. You can find Phil’s Systematic Review on Contract Cheating here and his other publications here. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomymeeting. The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse. Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly. Primal Pictures. For information on their 3D anatomy resources, visit www.primalpictures.com and @PrimalPictures.

1hr 12mins

21 Jan 2019

Rank #19

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#68 Dr Sam Webster

Dr Sam Webster is a Senior Lecturer in anatomy and embryology at Swansea University Medical School in the United Kingdom. In this episode I talk to Sam about the Graduate Entry Medicine Program at Swansea, his approach to teaching anatomy and embryology, and his use of YouTube. You can follow Sam and Medical Education at Swansea using the Twitter handle: @SamuelWebster and @MScMedEd. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association of Anatomists. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomymeeting. The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse. Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly. Primal Pictures. For information on their 3D anatomy resources, visit www.primalpictures.com and @PrimalPictures.

39mins

18 Mar 2019

Rank #20