Dr Sabine Hildebrandtis an Associate Professor of Paediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, in Massachusetts, USA.
In this episode I talk to Sabine the ethics and history of body donation and how to integrate it into medical and anatomy curricula. We also talk about Sabine’s area of scholarship into the Study of Anatomy during National Socialist Germany in the 1930s and 1940s.
You can buy The Anatomy of Murder here.
You can download a number of papers here:
The Role of History and Ethics of Anatomy in Medical Education
BODIES R US: Ethical Views on the Commercialization of the Dead in Medical Education and Research.
Ethical considerations in the use of Pernkopf's Atlas of Anatomy: A surgical case study.
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