Latest Issue of ASE Explores the Future of Anatomy Education

The July/August issue of Anatomical Science Education looks at the “transformative journey that anatomy education has been following” and the “rise in anatomical scholarship and education-focused research,” according to an editorial column by ASE Editor Wojciech Pawlina and Associate Editor Darrell J. R. Evans. The issue includes the latest research on the future of anatomical education, particularly after COVID. Emily MacPherson of Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada and Kristina Lisk of University of Toronto make the case that despite all the innovative pedagogical practices that came about during the pandemic, “in-person undergraduate dissection remains crucial.” Other articles look at future teaching technologies, including 4D virtual dissection, augmented reality environments and “digital body preservation” using 3D scanning. 

Read the latest issue of Anatomical Science Education.

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