Musical mnemonics in health science: A first look

@article{Cirigliano2013MusicalMI,
  title={Musical mnemonics in health science: A first look},
  author={Matthew M Cirigliano},
  journal={Medical Teacher},
  year={2013},
  volume={35},
  pages={e1020 - e1026}
}
Song, with its memory enhancement potential and ability to engage, has been employed as a learning tool in some academic settings. Of the countless learning environments, health science may seem the most atypical setting for the musical mnemonic, and yet it may be the most suitable for its application. With medicine's robust history of student-made mnemonics, it only seems natural that learners and instructors alike have begun to experiment with song meant to educate and entertain, primarily… 
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