Would you donate your body to science? There is no greater gift in all of science than to donate one's body after death, so the next generation of healthcare professionals can learn human anatomy by studying the real thing. In Skeleton School, award-winning journalist Andrew McMillen is given unprecedented access to the University of Queensland's anatomy facilities, allowing him the chance to report on an exclusive and closely guarded world. While embedded inside classrooms filled with students from a range of disciplines, including medicine, physiotherapy and neuroanatomy, McMillen explores the scientific and philosophical aspects of body donation, as well as how students approach the task of dissecting their fellow humans to develop their professional skills.
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|Size: ||634 KB|
|Publisher: ||University of Queensland Press|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9780702257308 (DRM-EPUB)|
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