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Integrated Curriculum: Anatomy Modules - OB/GYN: E-Modules 7: Cervix

Integrated Curriculum

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PROJECT DEVELOPERS:


Rosalyn A. Jurjus, M.D., Ph.D
Jill Krapf, M.D.
Published:  Anatomical Sciences Education
(2016)


TABLE OF CONTENTS:
HOME  Integrated Curriculum
E-MODULE #1 E-module #1
E-MODULE #2 E-module #2
E-MODULE #3 E-module #3
E-MODULE #4 E-module #4
E-MODULE #5 E-module #5
E-MODULE #6 E-module #6
E-MODULE #7 E-module #7
E-MODULE #8 E-module #8
E-MODULE #9 E-module #9

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.

Module #7: The Cervix in Health and Disease

Department of Anatomy & Regenerative BiologyGW HospitalDepartment of Obstetrics & Gynecology

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

IMPORTANT:

  • Users must login: ANONYMOUS - You may choose to be anonymous and use an alias (i.e. Studious MedStudent)
     
  • Complete Quiz: ANONYMOUS & CONFIDENTIAL - All quiz and survey results are anonymous. This study will keep all identifiable personal information confidential. The results will have NO effect on your grade or clerkship rotation.   

Module #7: The Cervix in Health and Disease

 Please complete Module #7: The Cervix in Health and Disease to help you prepare for your OB/GYN rotation.

Funding Acknowledgement

The Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library
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