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ID 22886
  Title Anatomy based research projects in the final year of chiropractic studies: Reinforcing anatomy knowledge while improving research skills
URL http://cjaonline.realviewdigital.com/?iid=78174
Journal Chiropr J Aust. 2013 Jun;43(2):80-81
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Anatomy has been one of the key preclinical subjects in chiropractic education. One of the major problems in anatomy teaching within health disciplines’ curricula, however, has been the relatively low retention rate. In this paper we present an educational strategy devised to help students revise anatomy in the final year of chiropractic studies through the anatomy based research projects. In the process, students both improve their knowledge of anatomy and develop their research skills.

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