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Gregory Neil Kawchuk
03-26-2001, 03:26 AM
Hello,

I will be teaching a undergraduate anatomy class that is a core course for
kinesiology students.

I am writing today to query what approach list members have found
most useful with regards to anatomy instruction at this level:
a systems approach (circulation, nervous etc) or a region regional
(pelvis, extremities, etc). Let's assume there are no restrictions on how
the associated laboratory is structured.

Thanks in advance. As always, I will post a summary of the responses.

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Greg Kawchuk BSc, DC, MSc, PhD.
Post-Doctoral Fellow, McCaig Centre for Joint Injury and Arth. Research
Clinician, University Health Services
www.ucalgary.ca/~kawchuk

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