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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sandra L Bertman
|Description:||94 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 22 x 28 cm|
|Contents:||Foreword, Jack Coulehan, MD Prologue: Sharing a UMASS Medical School Tradition Dissection and Reflection: Variations of the Module -Anticipating Dissection: Template -Inaugural Session: Facing Dissection -History of Dissection -Relevance to Patient Care -Anatomical Gift Program -Meeting the Cadaver - Coping Styles (Illustrated Lecture Presentations) -Anatomy Lesson in Art and Dance -The Art and Science of Medicine -Michelangelo's Morgue Experiences - Student Service of Thanksgiving for Body Donors - A Graduation Tradition Medical Students Meet Cadavers -The room was both a morgue and a classroom -I'm more uncomfortable having to draw than having to dissect -Words cannot describe what it is like -Our bodies are our cheat sheets -I like the Buddhist notion of death and the body -I wonder what her life was like -Cut me I will not bleed -The power of habit -I'll never forget Doc, as we called him Epilogue: Reflections and Connections -The UMass Community cares for its dead -Memorial Service -Student Eulogies and Family Members' Responses -Coda: The Web of Life References Acknowledgments|
|Responsibility:||Sandra L. Bertman ; foreword by Jack Coulehan.|
- University of Massachusetts Medical School.
- Cornell University. -- Joan and Sanford I. Weill Medical College.
- Human dissection.
- Medical students -- Massachusetts.
- Medical students.
- Dissection -- psychology.
- Anatomy -- education.
- Education, Medical -- psychology.
- Students, Medical -- psychology.