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Title: The place of clinical demonstrations in the teaching of anatomy
Authors: Pace, Joseph L.
Keywords: Anatomy
Anatomy -- Study and teaching -- Malta
Medical education -- Malta
Issue Date: 1970
Publisher: The St. Luke`s Hospital Gazette
Citation: Pace, J.L. (1970). The place of clinical demonstrations in the teaching of anatomy. The St. Luke`s Hospital Gazette, 5(1), 69-73.
Abstract: Medical Anatomy is that aspect of Anatomy taught to medical students with the purpose of providing for their future needs as medical practitioners. The use of clinical demonstrations benefits the preclinical student in various ways. The student is made aware that Anatomy deals with the living functioning body. There is no doubt that preclinical subjects should be given a clinical orientation. For this to be possible not only is greater cooperation and liaison called for between the preclinical and clinical departments, but preclinical teachers should be given part-time appointments in the teaching hospital, as was strongly recommended by the General Medical Council in a recent report to the Royal University of Malta, and as, after all, has long been the practice in medical schools in the United Kingdom.
Appears in Collections:TSLHG, Volume 5, Issue 1
TSLHG, Volume 5, Issue 1

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