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.
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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.