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Integrated Curriculum: Anatomy Modules - Surgery: E-Module: Integrated Curriculum

Integrated Curriculum

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Rosalyn A. Jurjus, M.D., Ph.D
Juliet Lee, M.D.

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E-MODULE #1 The Abdominal Wall and Surgical Incisions
E-MODULE #2 The Inguinal Region and Hernia Repairs
E-MODULE #3 The Appendix and the Appendectomy
E-MODULE #4 The Gallbladder and Cholecystitis

Anatomy Review: Stomach and gastric bypass



Radiographic Anatomical Module of the Orbit

Acknowledgement: Special thanks to Gisela Butera, MLIS and the Himmelfarb Library for the technical assistance in helping create the online web page for this project.

INTRODUCTION: Anatomy - Surgery Modules

Department of Anatomy & Regenerative BiologyGW HospitalDepartment of Surgery

The goal of this study is to design, implement, and evaluate an interactive method of teaching
clinically relevant anatomy to medical students  on the surgery clerkship through computer-based e-modules and related anatomy laboratory sessions.

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Rosalyn A. Jurjus, M.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Regenerative Biology

NOTE: Published in Anatomical Sciences Education
Jurjus, R. A., Brown, K., Goldman, E., Galoosian, A., Butera, G., & Krapf, J. M. (2016). Curricular response to increase recall and transfer of anatomical knowledge into the obstetrics/gynecology clerkship. Anatomical Sciences Education, 9(4), 337. doi:10.1002/ase.1587

Funding Acknowledgement

The Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library
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