Making the study of the human anatomy and physiology authentic and clinically relevant poses many challenges. Described herein is a program that, through the use of medical school cadavers, provides high school students a unique experience to enhance their clinically based study of human anatomy and physiology. The program incorporates many learning modalities as well as problem-based team learning and can be a feasible addition to many high school anatomy programs.
An Innovative Approach to Incorporating the Use of Cadavers in High School Human Anatomy and Physiology Courses
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Kim Achilly; An Innovative Approach to Incorporating the Use of Cadavers in High School Human Anatomy and Physiology Courses. The American Biology Teacher 1 August 2017; 79 (6): 460–465. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2017.79.6.460
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