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UM Bannatyne: Basic Medical Sciences Building: Room-Basement, Gross Anatomy Lab
A solid grounding in human anatomy is the basis for the work we do as physicians, rehabilitation professionals, and other health professionals. But our grasp of this important subject can fade with years in practice. Join us on Saturday, March 17, 2018 for the 3nd annual Back to Anatomy! Under the guidance of experienced human anatomy teachers, it’s your chance to work in small groups as you review the anatomy of the lower and upper extremities. It’s “back to anatomy” in the lab you remember from your training for an “engrossing” morning! In rotating stations, you will receive overviews of the key 3D spatial relationships in the shoulder, trunk, knee, elbow, and other structures. You will explore a variety of prosected specimens and refresh and relearn the anatomy that underpins the diagnostic and therapeutic work you do every day in clinic.
At the conclusion of this educational activity, the participant should be able to:
- Provide practical examples of “context specific” anatomy application which are relevant for clinical practice.
- Review the normal structure and function of the upper and lower extremities, trunk, and define unique aspects of bone, joints muscle structure/function.
- Advance your understanding and application of human anatomy within clinical practice.
0830 – 0900 Registration and Light Breakfast
0900 – 0915 Welcome and Introductions
0915 – 1000 Station 1: Pectoral girdle, shoulder & arm
1000 – 1045 Station 2: Elbow, forearm, wrist & hand
1045 – 1115 BREAK
1115 – 1200 Station 3: Hip, gluteal region, thigh & knee
1200 – 1245 Station 4: Leg, ankle & foot
1245 – 1300 Evaluation and Wrap up
Brochure coming soon!