ME33HA Human Anatomy: With Historical, Cultural and Social Dimensions
This option is centred around self-directed project of your choice on an area of clinically relevant anatomy, its history and cultural context. The course will be based with the Anatomy Department. It will largely involve self-directed research with weekly interactive tutorials, and library study.
In addition, the historical and cultural place of Anatomy in society and medicine is explored through a short series of lectures/tutorials, discussing topics relating to Anatomy such as history, art, archaeology, ethics and museums.
You will work together to complete group presentations on a topic related to historical and cultural place of Anatomy.
Replacing the usual dissection component you will be given free access to the online modules on Upper Limb; Lower Limb and Spine to complete. If restrictions allow there may be optional dissection opportunities made available.
Course Coordinator: Dr Shahida Shahana firstname.lastname@example.org