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Integrated Curriculum: Anatomy Modules - Surgery: E-Module 2: Inguinal Region

Integrated Curriculum


PROJECT DEVELOPERS:


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

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

Module #2: Anatomy Review - The Inguinal Region and Hernia Repairs


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.

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 identfiable personal information confidential. The results will have NO affect on your grade or clerkship rotation.  

 



 Please complete Module #2: Anatomy Review - "The Inguinal Region and Hernia Repairs" to help you prepare for your surgery rotation.

Integrated Curriculum is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

Copyright inquiries and reproduction permission requests please contact:

Rosalyn A. Jurjus, M.D., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Regenerative Biology
Email: rajurjus@gwu.edu

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

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The Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library
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