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The Anatomy Education Podcast - News, views and opinions on anatomy education from around the world. Follow: @AnatEducPodcast; #AnatPodcast; visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk. The Anatomy Education Podcast is supported by the American Association of Anatomists.

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The Anatomy Education Podcast - News, views and opinions on anatomy education from around the world. Follow: @AnatEducPodcast; #AnatPodcast; visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk. The Anatomy Education Podcast is supported by the American Association of Anatomists.

    #114 Phil Newton & Behaviourism

    #114 Phil Newton & Behaviourism

    Professor Phil Newton is the Director of Learning and Teaching at Swansea University Medical School in the United Kingdom. In the third part of our learning theory discussion, Phil joins me to talk about behaviourism and its connections throughout all out curricula, with learning outcomes, Bloom’s taxonomy and feedback. And yes, we also talk about rats, dogs, pigeons, dolphin and Baby Albert.
     
    You can follow Phil and Medical Education at Swansea using the Twitter handle: @MScMedEd.
     
    Here are the papers we mentioned:
    Constructivism is not a Pedagogy
    A Pragmatic Master List of Action Verbs for Bloom's Taxonomy
    Is Teaching Simple Surgical Skills Using an Operant Learning Program More Effective Than Teaching by Demonstration?
     
    Follow: @AnatEducPodcast
    Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information
     
    This episode is sponsored by:
    The American Association for Anatomy. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomyorg
    The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse.
    Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly.

    • 1 hr 32 min
    #113 Stef Attardi & Victoria Roach on Moving Content Online

    #113 Stef Attardi & Victoria Roach on Moving Content Online

    In the latest episode of the Anatomy Education Podcast, I talk to Stef Attardi and Victoria Rouch from Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, in Rochester , Michigan, on moving content online and share some top tips.
     
    Follow Stef and Victoria on Twitter via @sattardi and @vicbomb
     
    Here is a like to the blog post that Victoria mentioned.
     
    Follow: @AnatEducPodcast
    Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information
     
    This episode is sponsored by:
    The American Association for Anatomy. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomyorg
    The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse.
    Primal Pictures. For information on their 3D anatomy resources, visit www.primalpictures.com and @PrimalPictures.

    • 46 min
    #112 Hidden Pedagogy - Mentoring

    #112 Hidden Pedagogy - Mentoring

    In a podcast that was recorded during NUNC 2020 in Southampton, Scott Border and Janet Philp join me to talk about their experience and approach to mentoring. 
     
     
    Follow: @AnatEducPodcast
    Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information
     
    This episode is sponsored by:
    The American Association for Anatomy. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomyorg
    The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse.
    Primal Pictures. For information on their 3D anatomy resources, visit www.primalpictures.com and @PrimalPictures.

    • 31 min
    #111 Lockdown Special X

    #111 Lockdown Special X

    The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with Lockdown Special X. In this podcast I am joined by Gabs Finn, Scott Border, Jane Holland, Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Wendy Lackey, Sarah Channon, Adam Taylor, Fabio Quondamatteo, Andrew Cale, Megan Fegalde and Megan Leadbeater.
    In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy and our reflections of the last few months, what we see continuing into the future, and decolonising the #MedEd #AnatEd curriculum.
     
    Follow: @AnatEducPodcast
    Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information
     
    This episode is sponsored by:
    The American Association for Anatomy. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomyorg
    The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse.
    Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly.

    • 57 min
    #110 Hidden Pedagogy - Scicomm

    #110 Hidden Pedagogy - Scicomm

    In a podcast that was recorded during NUNC 2020 in Southampton, Scott Border and Janet Philp join me to talk scicomm generally and specifically the worldwide phenomenon that is Anatomy Nights.
     
    For more information follow Anatomy Nights on Twitter.
     
    Follow: @AnatEducPodcast
    Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information
     
    This episode is sponsored by:
    The American Association for Anatomy. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomyorg
    The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse.
    Primal Pictures. For information on their 3D anatomy resources, visit www.primalpictures.com and @PrimalPictures.

    • 35 min
    #109 Lockdown Special IX

    #109 Lockdown Special IX

    The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with Lockdown Special IX. In this podcast I am joined by Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Amanda Meyer, Rebecca Pratt, Wendy Lackey, Sarah Channon, Adam Taylor, Fabio Quondamatteo, and a group of UG/PG students and GTAs. We have Andrew Cale, Megan Fegalde, Angelique Duenas, Rebecca Quinn, Kia Puustinen and Megan Leadbeater.
    In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy and hear the views of students from around the world on how teaching has been delivered since campuses were suspended, how to create and support social belonging, and the thoughts and expectations for the next academic session.
     
    Follow: @AnatEducPodcast
    Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information
     
    This episode is sponsored by:
    The American Association for Anatomy. For information about upcoming events, membership details and much more, visit www.anatomy.org and @anatomyorg
    The International Association of Medical Science Education (IAMSE). For more information on meetings, membership options and funding, visit www.iamse.org and @iamse.
    Adam Rouilly. For information on their wide range of products to support all aspects of healthcare education, visit www.adam-rouilly.co.uk and @AdamRouilly.

    • 1 hr 6 min

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