Any colleague who has ever been involved in organising a cadaveric course in United Kingdom will be aware of the officious and administrative challenges involved.
- Kanatas A.
- Mitchell D.A.
Cadaveric dissection in oral and maxillofacial surgery: is it time for a new approach?.
BJOMS. 2018; 56: 571-572
2The costs involved in setting up cadaveric courses are high and enrolment fees out of reach for a large proportion of the trainees. Consolidation of such challenges have resulted in significant reduction of hands-on cadaveric courses. The status quo is a far cry from the 1980s, where, as a dental student, one was expected to attend and perform anatomical dissections.
- Bauer F.
- Koerdt S.
- Hölzle F.
- Mitchell D.A.
- Wolff K.D.
Eight free flaps in 24 hours: a training concept for postgraduate teaching of how to raise microvascular free flaps.
BJOMS. 2015; 54: 35-39
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- Cadaveric dissection in oral and maxillofacial surgery: is it time for a new approach?.BJOMS. 2018; 56: 571-572
- Eight free flaps in 24 hours: a training concept for postgraduate teaching of how to raise microvascular free flaps.BJOMS. 2015; 54: 35-39
- Simulation-based training in maxillofacial surgery: are we going to be left behind?.BJOMS. 2018; 57: 67-71
- Effectiveness of cadaveric surgical simulation as perceived by participating OMFS trainees.BJOMS. 2016; 54: e126
Published online: December 19, 2019
Accepted: November 4, 2019
Received: October 25, 2019
© 2019 The British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.