The philosophy and ethics of anatomy teaching

@inproceedings{Brenner2014ThePA,
  title={The philosophy and ethics of anatomy teaching},
  author={Erich Brenner and Diogo Pais},
  year={2014}
}
Philosophical and ethical considerations in anatomical education involve a variety of issues. This chapter tries to address some of these. Anatomical education must be valid and relevant in terms of general educational objectives. In order to go beyond the rote memorization of facts, anatomical education must include functional and clinical relevance. Furthermore, anatomical education should provide not only knowledge, but also skills and attitudes. These attitudes can be fostered by the… CONTINUE READING

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