A cross-cultural comparison of anatomy learning: learning styles and strategies.

  title={A cross-cultural comparison of anatomy learning: learning styles and strategies.},
  author={Barry Mitchell and Qin Xu and Lixian Jin and D. Van Patten and Ingrid Gouldsborough},
  journal={Anatomical sciences education},
  volume={2 2},
Cultural influences on anatomy teaching and learning have been investigated by application of a questionnaire to medical students in British and Chinese Medical Schools. Results from the responses from students of the two countries were analyzed. Both groups found it easier to understand anatomy in a clinical context, and in both countries, student learning was driven by assessment. Curriculum design differences may have contributed to the British view wherein students were less likely to feel… CONTINUE READING

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