Professors Alejandro Quiroga‐Garza and Rodrigo Enrique Elizondo‐Omaña from the Human Anatomy Department, Medicine School, Autonomous University of Nuevo León in Mexico.
In this episode I am joined by Alex and Rodrigo to discuss anatomy and medical education in Mexico, cadaver donation and there anatomy education scholarship on teaching clinical reasoning skills, resilience and neer-peer teaching.
You can access the papers we discussed here:
Resilience does not predict academic performance in gross anatomy
Near‐peer teaching strategy in a large human anatomy course: Perceptions of near‐peer instructors
The development of clinical reasoning skills: A major objective of the anatomy course
Teaching skills to promote clinical reasoning in early basic science courses
Near‐peer teaching in an anatomy course with a low faculty‐to‐student ratio
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