Dr Sarah Channon is a Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Anatomy at the Department of Comparative Biomedical Sciences, Royal Veterinary College in the United Kingdom.

In this episode the Anatomy Education Podcast visits Sarah in London to discuss her approach to teaching veterinary anatomy. We talk about a range of educational challenges from acquiring and embalming animals for teaching, to discussing how students cope with their learning environment both on campus and in practice.

You can follow Sarah on Twitter using the Twitter handle: @SarahBW

Here are the links to the papers we discussed:

Design and Validation of a Novel Learning Tool, the
‘‘Anato-Rug,’’ for Teaching Equine Topographical Anatomy
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Doing Dissections Differently: A Structured, Peer Assisted Learning Approach to Maximizing Learning in Dissections

 

“Let's Get Physical”: Advantages of a physical model over 3D computer models and textbooks in learning imaging anatomy

 

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