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  • Kevin Petti

    History of Anatomy in Italy - Spaces Remain for...

    Posted in: Open Forum

    Buongiorno Colleagues: Registration is extended to December 15, 2014 for Anatomia Italiana 2015. Only a few spaces remain. Explore the history of anatomy as a science and its connection to...

  • Keith Metzger

    RE: Integration successes and failures?

    Posted in: Open Forum

    Hi Jennifer, Apologies in advance for the lengthy answer. . . .integration takes time. . . At Hofstra North Shore-LIJ we have a fully integrated curriculum, with courses generally focused around...

  • Thomas Gest

    RE: Integration successes and failures?

    Posted in: Open Forum

    Dear Jennifer, I have participated in integrated curricula at two schools (Michigan and Texas Tech) and I have seen both good and bad results. The good is that students learn the basic sciences...

  • Douglas Gould

    RE: PDC Community forum

    Posted in: Professional Development...

    Hi Kim- I would like to suggest we explore a more continuous program of mentorship, using this site, to pair new or potential members with established folks and then to keep them communicating regularly....

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