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Manuel Sotelo
03-26-2001, 11:22 AM
What is the depth of your course? how many hours per week do you have? Are all classes theoretical or do you have practice with cadavers and bones, etc
Regards
Manuel Sotelo MD
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From: Gregory Neil Kawchuk
To: BIOMCH-L@NIC.SURFNET.NL
Sent: Monday, March 26, 2001 1:26 PM
Subject: System vs. Regional approach in undergrad anatomy?


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.

__________________________________________________ __________
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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