This paper presents the newly opened Anatomy and Surgical Skills Facility at the Macquarie University’s Australian School of Advanced Medicine. The facility has been used, since second semester of the 2010 academic year, for anatomy teaching in the chiropractic program. The new facility contains up-to-date equipment organised around 10 workstations. The additional rooms are also available for anatomy teaching. The laboratory enables implementation of the recently revamped anatomy curriculum and provides opportunity for interaction with other medical professionals. It also offers possibilities for the development of the basic sciences orientated chiropractic research.
|Number of pages||3|
|Journal||Chiropractic Journal of Australia|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|