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Bodybuilding : an anatomical model project in a paramedic education program

posted on 2018-09-05, 00:00 authored by Alan BattAlan Batt, CW Johnston
Anatomy is a subject where learning is not possible by studying books or notes alone. The best method to teach anatomy continues to be widely debated. Previous research conducted mainly on medical students supports the principle of model building exercises to improve anatomy knowledge retention (1). In addition, the inclusion of models and multimedia learning strategies has shown favourable results to date in other health professions students. (2-4) We sought to investigate students perceptions of the inclusion of these educational approaches in a flipped curriculum in the first year of a primary care paramedic (PCP) program.


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Washington, DC

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External Author Affiliations

Fanshawe College, ON, Canada

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22nd National Association of EMS Educators Symposium 2017

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