Online Meeting March 6, 2021 Agenda


10.00-10.15 Introductions
10.15-10.45 Teaching anatomy in a virtual environment
Ian Johnson, Macquarie University, NSW, Australia
10.45-11.15 Online assessment and delivery of anatomy
Silvia Ranz, Barcelona College of Chiropractic, Barcelona, Spain
11.15-11.30 Screen Break and Coffee
11.30-12.00 Lecturing and small group teaching of anatomy in a virtual environment
Wojciech Pawlina, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Minnesota, USA
12.00-12.30 Joint Discussion
Chair Steve McHanwell
12.30-1.30 Lunch
1.30-1.45 Neuroanatomical Education for Cognitive Neuroscience Students
Emmi A, Porzionato A, Macchi V, De Caro R
1.45-2.00 Can dissection be augmented?
Enoch TR
2.00-2.15 Students’ Opinions about Distance Anatomy Education During COVID 19
Pandemic Abdullah Ortadeveci, Merve Nur Ermez, Semih Oz , Hilmi Ozden
2.15-2.30 Retaining the important added benefits of anatomical dissection in a virtual
environment Shaw, H.M; Stephens, S; Nelson, L; Myers, I; Incledion, A;
Choudhary, H; Richardson K.
2.30-2.45 Using online game-based platforms in anatomy teaching: the healthcare
students’ perspective Macchi V, Boscolo-Berto R, Emmi A, Porzionato A, De
Caro R
2.45-3.00 Screen Break and Coffee
3.00-3.15 Is empathy virtually non-existent?
Stephens S
3.15-3.30 Brave new world: Adapting virtual learning for post-pandemic curricula
Ben Awadh, A; Keenan, ID
3.30-3.45 Guidance for Institutions/Anatomists when using Cadaveric Material for
Online Teaching Sessions
Anderson S.I., Hennessy C.M., Matthan J., Smith C.F.
3.45-4.00 Survey of Changes to the Teaching of Gross Anatomy following the Covid-19
Pandemic Brenner E obo TEPARG
4.00-4.30 Looking into the Crystal Ball
Bernard Moxham, University of Cardiff
4.30-5.00 TEPARG Business Meeting
5.00-6.00 Virtual Drinks
Prizes: Two Student/Junior investigator Prizes for the best oral presentations will be
awarded during the meeting. Each will receive Euro 250 as part payment for their research
expenses.