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Case Study on Osteology Practice at Human Anatomy Course: Focused on the Students in the Department of Biomedical Laboratory Science
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Case Study on Osteology Practice at Human Anatomy Course: Focused on the Students in the Department of Biomedical Laboratory Science
Kim, Jin-Hee;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted for the first time based on the evidence that cadaver practice is not easy in the university without medical school where cadaver dissection is not easy to look for. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of osteology practice at human anatomy course for students at the freshman stage in college of health science without medical school. Both self report questionnaires and evaluation paper were analyzed depending on the course of higher education and gender. As a result of analysis, most students thought that osteology practice was interesting and it helped to understand of anatomy lecture. But students from liberal arts had poor understanding of bone's direction compared with students from natural sciences. And most students wanted to do cadaver dissectionafter osteology practice. In conclusion, osteology practice was recommended to student's expectation as well as education of gross anatomy in department of biomedical laboratory science, collage of health science without medical school. This study suggested that practice of gross anatomy should run parallel with lecture.
 Keywords
Osteology Practice;Human Anatomy Course;Gross Anatomy;Competency-based Education;
 Language
Korean
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