Review of anatomy education in Australian and New Zealand medical schools.

@article{Craig2010ReviewOA,
  title={Review of anatomy education in Australian and New Zealand medical schools.},
  author={Steven J Craig and Noel Tait and David Boers and Darryl J. McAndrew},
  journal={ANZ journal of surgery},
  year={2010},
  volume={80 4},
  pages={212-6}
}
Anatomy instruction at Australian and New Zealand medical schools has been the subject of considerable debate recently. Many commentators have lamented the gradual devaluation of anatomy as core knowledge in medical courses. To date, much of this debate has been speculative or anecdotal and lacking reliable supporting data. To provide a basis for better understanding and more informed discussion, this study analyses how anatomy is currently taught and assessed in Australian and New Zealand… CONTINUE READING

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