From anatomical ‘competence’ to complex capability. The views and experiences of UK tutors on how we should teach anatomy to medical students

@article{Bere2010FromA,
  title={From anatomical ‘competence’ to complex capability. The views and experiences of UK tutors on how we should teach anatomy to medical students},
  author={Sam Regan de Bere and Karen Mattick},
  journal={Advances in Health Sciences Education},
  year={2010},
  volume={15},
  pages={573-585}
}
Developments in clinical education have recently challenged the identity of anatomy teaching and learning, leading to high profile debate over the potential implications for the competence levels of new doctors. However, the emphasis remains on methods of teaching, rather than a review of what well-rounded anatomical learning actually entails, and how teaching can address contemporary learning needs. This paper identifies and addresses some of these issues, drawing on expert views captured in… CONTINUE READING

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