implications of literature controversy.
Santa Casa Sch. of Med. Sci. and São Camilo Univ. Ctr., São
effective adjunct to human donor dissection.
integrated medical curriculum.
Shore-Long Island Jewish Sch. of Med.
956.17 Human structure in 7 weeks: one approach
to providing foundational anatomical competency in an era
of compressed medical school curricula.
N.L. Halliday, D.
O’Donghue and B. Thompson. Univ. of Oklahoma Col. of
surface anatomy into a clinical skills 101 course for first-year
B.F. Giffin, D.J. Lowrie, D. Pettigrew and A.
Gunderson. Univ. of Cincinnati Col. of Med.
educational collaboration between basic science and primary
K.T. Kleber, M. Young and A. Zumwalt. Boston Univ.
Sch. of Med. and Boston Med. Ctr.
956.20 Teaching oncology residents anatomy: a
multidisciplinary (MDT) approach.
Univ., London Hlth. Sci. Ctr. - Victoria Hosp. and London Reg.
Cancer Prog., Canada.
prior anatomy experience predict performance?
goals of the medical illustration discipline-based anatomical
courses that partially overlap with system-based modules in
the medical school curriculum.
at Georgia Regents Univ.
956.23 A roadmap for survey design in anatomy
North Shore-Long Island Univ. Sch. of Med. and Hofstra Univ.
956.24 An overview of study methodology and
knowledge retention in veterinary anatomy on DVM students.
Col. of Vet. Med.
956.25 Dissection of the supra-clavicular region, a
plaster of the B. cuneo’s collection.
Sch., UFR Med. PIFO, Versailles-Saint Quentin Univ., France.
956.26 An enlarged anatomical model of the eye in
papier mâché by the Doctor Auzoux.
PIFO Med. Sch., Versailles-Saint Quentin Univ., France.
956.27 Anatomy at West Virginia University: 1867-
Head to head: the role of competition in
S.E. Van Nuland, V.A. Roach, T.D.
Wilson and D.J. Belliveau. Sch. of Hlth. Sci., Univ. of Western
Comparison between student desired grades
and actual final grades in undergraduate human anatomy.
Dunham. Indiana Univ.
Student peer review and self-reflection in
the gross anatomy laboratory: identifying student perceived
strengths and areas for improvement.
Georgia Hlth. Sci. Univ.
A comparison of medical student and
undergrad study skills in anatomy lab courses.
and P. Husmann. Indiana Univ. and Ashland Univ., OH.
The effect of training on individuals’ interactions
with visual data.
L.A. Pfaff, K. Colliard and A. Zumwalt.
Training increases subjects’ fixation time
on cognitively salient locations.
K. Colliard, L. Pfaff and A.
Zumwalt. Boston Univ.
Relationship between spatial abilities and
three-dimensional synthesis of structures.
J. Langlois, Y.
Dagenais, R. Lemieux, M. Martin, M. Lecourtois, E. Yetisir,
G. Bergeron, S. Hamstra and G.A. Wells. Hosp. Ctr., Univ. of
Sherbrooke and Univ. of Ottawa, Canada.
J. Langlois, Y. Dagenais, C.
Bellemare, R. Lemieux, M. Martin, M. Lecourtois, E. Yetisir,
G. Bergeron, S. Hamstra and G.A. Wells. Sherbrooke Univ.
Hosp. Ctr., Univ. of Sherbrooke, Canada and Univ. of Ottawa.
Top-down influences on visuospatial human
K. Glena, M. Johnson and N.
Nguyen. Univ. of Western Ontario.
medical school anatomy course: does group emotional
intelligence affect team performance?
S.G. Porter, M. Holman,
N. Lachman and W. Pawlina. Mayo Med. Sch. and Mayo Clin.
predictor of USMLE Step 1 scores.
Brody Sch. of Med. at East Carolina Univ.
956.12 Methods for the teaching of gross anatomy: a
qualitative look at the use of cadaver dissection, prosection,
plastination, and computer-aided technology as effective
histology learning in medical education.
Reflective writing highlights improved student
metacognition in an upper level undergraduate anatomy
Central Michigan Univ.
Assessing the cultural beliefs of medical
students: impact on the cadaveric dissection experience in the
gross anatomy laboratory.
and Hlth. Sci. and American Univ. of Beirut.
What do medical students learn from the
process of dissection?
H.D. Nicholson, A. Barrett and H.
Martyn. Univ. of Otago, New Zealand.
Varying effects of prosection and dissection
anatomy curriculums on confidence in the clinical setting.
Young, C.R. Guzman, P.F. Wimmers, C.V. Byus and J.J.
Wisco. David Geffen Sch. of Med. at UCLA, UCR/UCLA,
Riverside and Brigham Young Univ.
Anatomical knowledge retention in third year
medical students prior to OB/GYN and surgery rotations.
Jurjus, J. Krapf, S. Ahle, K. Brown, G. Butera, E. Goldman
and J. Lee. George Washington Univ.
Medical student feedback on participating in
a combined anatomy curriculum, 2010-2012.
C. Guzman, S.
Young, P. Wimmers, C. Byus and J. Wisco. David Geffen Sch.
of Med. at UCLA, UCR/UCLA Thomas Haider Prog. in Biomed.
Sci., Riverside and Brigham Young Univ.
Designing effective student presentation
assignments that include thoughtful peer assessment.
Miller. Hamilton Col., NY.
Opportunities in a new medical school: a
longitudinal, integrated clinical anatomy curriculum. M. Hankin,
M. Bee, W. Forbes, J. Montante, J. Eastwood, I. Hajj-Hussein,
N. Afonso, A. Poznanski, J. Venuti and D. Gould. Oakland Univ.
William Beaumont Sch. of Med.
Codebook analysis of metacognitive blogs in
an anatomy learning skills course.
A. Schutte. Indiana Univ.
exams on student performance.
perception of readiness or pretest quizzes?
Blooming exam questions.
Med. Univ. of Vienna.
957.14 Statistical analysis of anatomy final examination
grades of Hungarian, German and English speaking medical
students at the Semmelweis University.
A.D. Székely, S.M.
Attardi and K.A. Rogers. Semmelweis Univ., Hungary and
Western Univ., Canada.
957.15 Correlation of student performance on team
based learning with exams in systems based first year medical
G.D. Guttmann and A. Rosales. Univ. of
North Texas Hlth. Sci. Ctr.
957.16 Student perceptions and preferences of two
TBL modalities in the second year medical curriculum.
physiology instructors for the undergraduate college and
university setting—a report on the first cohort.
R. Crocker. New
York Chiropractic Col.
957.18 Anatomy education in an integrated curriculum:
importance and benefits of training and evaluation of clinical
W. Rennie, K. Metzger and D. Elkowitz. Hofstra North
957.19 The intermingled history of occupational
therapy and anatomical education – a retrospective exploration.
medical student perceptions of patients’ knowledge of anatomy.
and implementation of knowledge in students.
Cadaver presentations: an integrative,
clinical approach to anatomy.
J.W. Denham, F. Robichaud,
C.L. Abercrombie, T.E. Kwasigroch, B.M. Browe and P.J.
Monaco. Quillen Col. of Med., Mountain Home, TN.
An interprofessional approach to improve
L.J. von Hagen, D. Penava, M. Johnson
and M. Mottola. Univ. of Western Ontario and Schulich Sch. of
Med. and Dent., London, Canada.
The pyramidal lobe: connecting a case study
with lymphatic system topics in gross anatomical education.
Cassidy. Indiana Univ.
Specialized anatomy electives for fourth year
medical students in preparation for residency specialties:
plastic surgery, orthopaedics, and obstetrics & gynecology.
An interprofessional learning module on bone
marrow biopsy within the preclinical undergraduate medical
Univ. of Michigan.
An introduction to ultrasonography: a novel
teaching session for final year medical students.
R. Subbu, N.
Mackay and P. Abrahams. Warwick Univ., U.K.
Stereo laparoscopy: a novel approach to
resident surgical education.
V. Roach, M. Mistry and T. Wilson.
Univ. of Western Ontario.
Medical students perceptions of ultrasound
use for gross anatomy teaching by clinicians and anatomists.
R.A. Jurjus, K. Dimorier, K. Brown, F. Slaby, K. Calabrese
and Y.T. Liu. George Washington Univ.
Ultrasound imaging the liver: a supplement to
V.H. Lee. Texas Tech Univ. Hlth. Sci. Ctr.
surgical skill acquisition in novices.
senior elective course curriculum.
Mississippi Med. Ctr.
3D reconstructions of early heart development
as an educational resource.
V.M. Piet and R.J. Cork. LSU Hlth.
Sci. Ctr., New Orleans.
Taking A SecondLook™ at teaching histology –
development of a self-evaluation iPad application.
Online histology modules for first-year medical
students: a student to student approach.
M.V.C. Butler, H.N.
Yule and K.E. Pinder. Sch. of Popul. and Publ. Hlth., Univ. of
Use of an audience response (ARS) in an
interactive histology laboratory.
P.C. Feasel, E. Xanthos, N.
Borges and L. Ream. Wright State Univ.
Guided, self-directed learning: building an
anatomy learning module for the iPad.
M.L. Haugsdal and
M.A. Pizzimenti. Univ. of Iowa Carver Col. of Med.
Learning human neuroanatomical structure
and function using a computer-based learning tool.
Severson and D.J. Forbes. Univ. of Minnesota Duluth.
Combining e-learning with practical
anatomy—a new dissection manual.
L. Hirtler, M. Zauleck
and J. Streicher. Med. Univ. of Vienna and Katharinenhosp.,
Anatomical animation: new frontiers in gross
D.C. Peterson and C. Robertson. Iowa
Interactive video animations as a study guide
for the human skeleton: 1. The scapula.
G.P. Casey, P.D. Oliver
and R.J. Cork. LSU Hlth. Sci. Ctr., New Orleans.
Penn State Col. of Med.
959.11 Development of a virtual 3D renal corpuscle for
959.12 Establishing the validity and reliability of
computer-based simulation for cerebral angiography using
the ANGIO Mentor Express.
N. Nguyen, R. Eagleson and
S. deRibaupierre. Western Univ. and London Hlth. Sci. Ctr.,
never blocks of the trunk.
959.14 Spatial ability and cognitive load demands
during visual learning and testing: a transcranial Doppler
J. Loftus and T.D. Wilson. Univ. of Calgary/
Schulich of Med. & Dent., Univ. of Western Ontario.
Evaluation of anatomy comic strips for further
production and applications.
M.S. Chung. Ajou Univ. Sch. of
Med., South Korea.
Cadaver lab, white boards and pedagogy:
uniting teachers, students and anatomy.
N. Harper, D.A.
Morton and M.T. Nielsen. Univ. of Utah Sch. of Med. and Univ.
Collaborative key features problems in
anatomy: assessment drives clinical decision making and
Lake Erie Col. of Osteo. Med.
Medical student perceptions of a radiology
tutorial in anatomy education.
A. Hoover, L. Smith, P. Brian
and M. Lazarus. Penn State Col. of Med.
Movement Guided Learning© as a novel
means of musculoskeletal anatomy instruction.
Univ. of Toronto.
A learning strategy for the muscles and fascial
planes of the head and neck.
L.E. Sanders, D.A. Morton and
M.T. Nielsen. Univ. of Utah.
Understanding human cranial nerves through
a patterned based comparative approach.
J.A. Bohn, D.A.
Morton and M.T. Nielsen. Univ. of Utah.