"There are many methods of teaching anatomy to students of medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and allied health sciences. The traditional cornerstones of anatomy education are lectures, tutorials and cadaver-based dissection classes. More recently, there has been a shift in education philosophy, with attention being focused on student-centric learning instead of teacher-centric instruction. Further, anatomy education faces challenges such as a reduction in curriculum time and the relative lack of cadavers available for teaching. This has contributed to the growing interest in using computer-based learning tools to supplement classical teaching methods. Novel approaches to anatomy education, such as problem-based and team-based learning, have also been introduced in various medical schools.. Karthik S Harve and George W Yip, The Use of E-Learning in Contingency Planning for Anatomy Education
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Last date updated on June, 2014