Dissection Room Anatomy Practical
(optional afternoon practical session)
Overview - optional 'hands' on practical
This is an exciting opportunity for delegates to examine preserved human brain specimens in the dissection room at King's College London.
A range of whole and sagittally-sliced brain specimens will be available for participants to examine and study, together with other anatomical preparations and anatomical brain models.
Disposable aprons and gloves will be provided and, following a live 'on-screen' demonstration by Dr Johns, a team of experienced anatomy demonstrators will be on hand to help delegates find brain structures and to answer any questions.
Please note that the practical is not available before all three day courses and is usually held (depending on availability) once a year, in the summer session.
Sunday 16th July 2017*
(Venue: anatomy dissection room, King's College London)
13.00 - 13.30: Registration and session briefing
(including dissection room rules and Human Tissue Act regulations)
13.30 - 15.30: Hands-on neuroanatomy practical session
(delegates identify brain structures on a range of human specimens)
15.30 - 16.00: Self-test quiz - and Close
* Places strictly limited - book early to avoid disappointment