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Best Anatomy Education podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Anatomy Education podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Professor Phil Newton is the Director of Learning and Teaching at Swansea University Medical School in the United Kingdom. In the third part of our learning theory discussion, Phil joins me to talk about behaviourism and its connections throughout all out curricula, with learning outcomes, Bloom’s taxonomy and feedback. And yes, we also talk about …
 
In the latest episode of the Anatomy Education Podcast, I talk to Stef Attardi and Victoria Rouch from Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, in Rochester , Michigan, on moving content online and share some top tips. Follow Stef and Victoria on Twitter via @sattardi and @vicbomb Here is a like to the blog post that Victoria mention…
 
In a podcast that was recorded during NUNC 2020 in Southampton, Scott Border and Janet Philp join me to talk about their experience and approach to mentoring. Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association for Anatomy. For information about upcoming events, membership…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with Lockdown Special X. In this podcast I am joined by Gabs Finn, Scott Border, Jane Holland, Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Wendy Lackey, Sarah Channon, Adam Taylor, Fabio Quondamatteo, Andrew Cale, Megan Fegalde and Megan Leadbeater. In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy and our reflections of t…
 
In a podcast that was recorded during NUNC 2020 in Southampton, Scott Border and Janet Philp join me to talk scicomm generally and specifically the worldwide phenomenon that is Anatomy Nights. For more information follow Anatomy Nights on Twitter. Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with Lockdown Special IX. In this podcast I am joined by Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Amanda Meyer, Rebecca Pratt, Wendy Lackey, Sarah Channon, Adam Taylor, Fabio Quondamatteo, and a group of UG/PG students and GTAs. We have Andrew Cale, Megan Fegalde, Angelique Duenas, Rebecca Quinn, Kia Puustinen and Mega…
 
Professor Phil Newton is the Director of Learning and Teaching at Swansea University Medical School in the United Kingdom. In this second part of our learning theory discussion, Phil joins me to talk about constructivism and how it can be used in the classroom and the use of open book assessments and engagement during online teaching. You can follo…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with Lockdown Special VIII. In this podcast I am joined by Gabrielle Finn, Scott Border, Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Amanda Meyer, Jane Holland, Wendy Lackey, Sarah Channon, Adam Taylor, and this week’s special guest – Fabio Quondamatteo. In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy, the balance betwee…
 
Professor Phil Newton is the Director of Learning and Teaching at Swansea University Medical School in the United Kingdom. In this episode Phil and I talk at length about learning theory and it use in curriculum development. We also talk about cognitivism, cognitive load theory and active learning. You can follow Phil and Medical Education at Swans…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with Lockdown Special VII. In this podcast I am joined by Gabrielle Finn, Scott Border, Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Amanda Meyer, Jane Holland, Wendy Lackey, and this week: Rebecca Pratt and Adam Taylor. In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy, how to build social communities online, and lots of o…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with Lockdown Special VI. In this podcast I am joined by Gabrielle Finn, Scott Border, Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Sarah Channon, Amanda Meyer and this week, two special guests, Jane Holland and Wendy Lackey. In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy, the struggles of delivering online anatomy class…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with another Lockdown Special. In this podcast I am joined by Gabrielle Finn, Scott Border, Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty, Sarah Channon and special guest Amanda Meyer. In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy, and how we can deliver effective live stream lectures, monitor engagement during online del…
 
Catherine Hennessy is a Lecturer in Anatomy at Brighton and Sussex Medical School in the United Kingdom. Catherine joins me for a catch up on her PhD studies and the recent publication of Social Media Guidelines for Anatomists, available here. You can follow Catherine on Twitter using the Twitter handle: @CathHennessy and #chphd To continue the con…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with another Lockdown Special. In this podcast I am joined by Gabrielle Finn, Scott Border, Jason Organ, Margaret McNulty and special guest Sarah Channon. In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy, assessment and have a light-hearted and random chat about animals…. Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anato…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with another Lockdown Special. In this podcast I am joined by Gabrielle Finn, Scott Border, Jason Organ and special guest Margaret McNulty. In this episode we catch up on #pandemicpedagogy and talk about the potential of teaching gross anatomy in the laboratory with social distancing. We also have a light-hea…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with another Lockdown Special. In this podcast I am joined by Gabrielle Finn, Scott Border and new guest – Jason Organ. In this episode we talk about the importance of comms for our students, the recent #pandemicpedagogy twitter chat and the importance of scicomm during the COVID-19 pandemic. Follow: @AnatEdu…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with a Lockdown Special. In this podcast I am joined by Gabrielle Finn and Scot Border on coping at home during lockdown, potential changes to the delivery of anatomy education and conferences. Gabs mentioned an upcoming Twitter Chat on Tuesday 21st April at 8pm BST – join on by using the Twitter handle @HYMS…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with the Hidden Pedagogy Series. In this episode I catch up Dr Scott Border and have a catch up on all things anatomy education and what we have planned for 2020. Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association for Anatomy. For i…
 
In this episode The Anatomy Education Podcast talks to Dr Kelly Quesnelle, an Associate Professor in Pharmacology, from the Department of Biomedical Sciences Western Michigan University, Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine in the USA. Kelly is the Director of the Pharmacology Thread and the Basic Science Haematology coordinator. We talk about her…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast reports from the day before the National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition 2020 from the University of Southampton in the UK. Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information This episode is sponsored by: The American Association for Anatomy. For information about upcoming events, membersh…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with a conversation about the Marketisation and Unbundling of Higher Education. For this episode I am joined by Dr Bronwen Swinnerton, Senior Research Fellow in Digital Education, and Professor Neil Morris, Chair in Educational Technology, Innovation and Change and the Dean of Digital Education, from the Univ…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with the Hidden Pedagogy Series and in this episode Dr Scott Border and myself are joined by Dr Amanda Meyer from the University of Western Australia. We chat about the recent ANZACA conference and what is like to be a conference organiser, general anatomy education scholarship and the interplay between stude…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with the Hidden Pedagogy Series. In this episode Dr Scott Border, Professor Gabs Finn and myself chat about anatomical and medical societies and why you should get involved. Agree or disagree? Had a good or bad experience? Continue the conversation using #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypod…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with the Hidden Pedagogy Series. In this episode Dr Scott Border, Professor Gabs Finn and myself are joined by Dr Lisa Lee and Angelique Dueñas to chat about reviewing and that person…that reviewer…reviewer 2! Agree or disagree? Had a good or bad experience? Continue the conversation using #AnatPodcast Follow…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with the Hidden Pedagogy Series and a number of podcasts recorded during the #IFAA2019 meeting in London, UK. In this episode Dr Scott Border and myself are joined once again by Prof Gabs Finn to chat about our experience of starting the writing process for publishing a manuscript. The feedback for these podc…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with the Hidden Pedagogy Series. In this episode Dr Scott Border and myself chat about developing a career in anatomy education and discovering your own professional identity. Agree or disagree? Continue the conversation using #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more informat…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with the Hidden Pedagogy Series. In this episode Dr Scott Border and myself chat about the development of anatomy curricula and the challenges involved. We also call a special guest… Listen to find out who! The feedback for these podcasts has been great – thank you! If you would like to join the conversation,…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast continues with the Hidden Pedagogy Series. In this episode Dr Scott Border and myself chat about the human side of being an anatomy educator and the hidden side of teaching students. Agree or disagree? Continue the conversation using #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for more information…
 
The Anatomy Education Podcast returns with a new Series: Hidden Pedagogy. Over the next few weeks Dr Scott Border and myself will be joined by a number of guests to chat about the hidden side of anatomy education. The first episode is all about technology… Agree or disagree? Continue the conversation using #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visi…
 
Professor James Pickering is a Professor of Anatomical Education at the University of Leeds in the UK. In this episode Dr Scott Border from the University of Southampton takes over the microphone to talk to James on his career in anatomy education, his approach to scholarship of learning and teaching and the Anatomy Education Podcast. You can find …
 
In this episode I am joined by Dr Stef Attardi, from Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine, to preview the upcoming IAMSE 2019 meeting. You can visit the IAMSE website here and follow the meeting on Social Media with #IAMSE19. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow: @AnatEducPodcast Visit: anatomypodcast.co.uk for mo…
 
Professor Susan Standring is Emeritus Professor of Anatomy at King College London in the UK. In this episode I talk to Susan about her distinguished career as a scientist, anatomist and Editor-in-Chief of Gray’s Anatomy. We talk about the anatomy teaching and where she sees the future, and we also briefly discuss her Review Article: A Brief History…
 
Professor Tina Director is the Director of the Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom. In this episode I talk to Tina about her career that has seen her recently relocate to the United Kingdom from Monash University, Australia, and the similarities between chemistry education and anatomy education. …
 
Professor Bart Rienties is an international leader on Learning Analytics based at the Institute of Educational Technology, Learning and Teaching Innovation, at the Open University in the United Kingdom. In this episode I talk to Bart about the recent Innovative Pedagogies 2019 report published from the OU, the challenges and tips around education r…
 
In this episode I talk to Ralph Marcucio (School of Medicine, University of California San Francisco) and Martine Dunnwald (Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Iowa Health Care) about the upcoming American Association of Anatomists 2019 Annual Meeting held in Orlando, Florida. To continue the conversation use: #AnatPodcast Follow:…
 
Dr Helen Anscomb is an Associate Professor of Clinical Anatomy, and Head of Anatomy and Pathology, at the College of Medicine and Dentistry, James Cook University, Queensland, Australia. In this episode I to Helen about her career path into anatomy education from the University of Leeds in the UK to Queensland in Australia. We talk about UG and PG …
 
Dr Sabine Hildebrandt is an Associate Professor of Paediatrics at Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, in Massachusetts, USA. In this episode I talk to Sabine the ethics and history of body donation and how to integrate it into medical and anatomy curricula. We also talk about Sabine’s area of scholarship into the Study of Anatomy du…
 
Professor Rick Vari is the Senior Dean for Academic Affairs at Virginia Tech Carilion, School of Medicine in the USA, and the President of the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE). In this episode I talk to Rick about his early career as a renal physiologist, his passion for PBL and his transition through the educational r…
 
On Saturday 23rd February the 2019 National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition was held at the University of Southampton. The Anatomy Education Podcast handed the microphone to friend of the show, Scott Border, to report on the event. For more information about the National Undergraduate Neuroanatomy Competition visit: http://www.natneurocomp.c…
 
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