Dissection of soft-preserved cadavers in the training of gynaecological oncologists: report of the first UK workshop.

@article{Barton2009DissectionOS,
  title={Dissection of soft-preserved cadavers in the training of gynaecological oncologists: report of the first UK workshop.},
  author={Desmond P. J. Barton and David Ceri Davies and Vishy Mahadevan and Lee Dennis and Tania Adib and Satvinder Mudan and Aslam S Sohaib and Harold Ellis},
  journal={Gynecologic oncology},
  year={2009},
  volume={113 3},
  pages={
          352-6
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To assess the surgical anatomy knowledge of gynaecological oncology (GO) trainees and to evaluate the impact of a cadaveric dissection course on postgraduate surgical training. METHODS An intensive 3-day cadaveric dissection course with illustrated lectures and supervised dissection, with a multiple-choice questionnaire (MCQ) on surgical anatomy at the beginning and end of the course was organised in the Anatomy Facility of a London Medical School. Each cadaver was embalmed with a… CONTINUE READING

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