"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
Journal of Anatomy is among world top most journals in anatomy that provides a platform where students, authors and researchers from different linguistic environments have the opportunity to publish their valuable scientific experience in the field of anatomy, from their native language to English or from English to other international languages including French, German and Spanish. We believe that the newly launched OMICS Translation Services, is a guarantee for quicker and larger dissemination of most recent scientific discoveries, and a key component for future research.
OMICS Group is one of few top most event organizers in the world, with a portfolio of 3000+ International Scientific Conferences in areas such as Anatomy, Medicine, Engineering & Technology, Life sciences and Applied Biology. Each of its events is a platform to share knowledge and to enable scientists establish number of directions for the promotion of future discoveries."
Last date updated on June, 2014