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Evaluation of anatomy comic strips for further production and applications
|dc.description.abstract||The corresponding author of the study has been sketching comic strips to explain anatomy in a humorous manner. All the anatomy comic strips, including those in Korean (650 episodes) and English (451 episodes), can be viewed on the homepage (http://anatomy.co.kr). Such comic strips were created with the aim of assisting medical students. However, their impact was unknown, and therefore, we surveyed the students' responses. We noted that anatomy grades were better in the students who read the comic strips. The comics helped the trainees chat with individuals with and without a medical background. The authors also considered comments on the problems with the comic strips and attempted to find solutions. The episodes are being currently used and further produced for educational purposes. To support this effort, the readers' valuable opinions will be continuously collected and assessed.||-|
|dc.title||Evaluation of anatomy comic strips for further production and applications||-|
|dc.citation.title||Anatomy & cell biology||-|
|dc.identifier.bibliographicCitation||Anatomy & cell biology, 46(3):210-216, 2013||-|
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