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Abstract Background The aim of this review was to identify studies exploring neuroanatomy teaching tools and their impact in learning, as a basis towards the implementation of a neuroanatomy program in the context of a curricular reform in medical education. Results Of the studies identified, 29 studies reported data on the impact of using specific neuroanatomy teaching tools. Conclusions Our work highlight the progressive interest in the study of neuroanatomy teaching tools over the last years, as evidenced from the number of publications and highlight the need to consider new tools, coping with technological development in medical education.
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Open Peer Review reports. Background Among the basic sciences providing relevant medical awareness, human anatomy, which includes gross and neuroanatomy, has historically been considered a key science educational area in medical education [ 1 , 2 ]. Methods Databases searched and search terms The electronic databases searched in this review included those identified as the most relevant to the topic.
Inclusion and exclusion criteria The search was restricted to English-language studies that focus on the teaching of neuroanatomy. Selection of papers All databased were reviewed independently by two readers M. Process applied to identify the manuscripts. Full size image. Table 2 Summary description of the 29 studies included in this review listed by year of publication Full size table. The non-digital tools include a variety of resources used in neuroanatomy classes. Limitations Even though a rigorous approach was adopted to undergo this systematic literature review, our study presents some limitations.
Conclusions Our work highlights the progressive interest in the study of neuroanatomy teaching tools over the last 8 years, as evidenced from the number of publications. References 1. Article Google Scholar 2. Google Scholar 3. Article Google Scholar 4. Share This Paper.
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