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Evaluation of Clinical and Cross-Sectional Anatomy Course of Medical Faculty Students
Emrah ÖZCAN, İlter KUŞ
Balıkesir Üniversitesi Tıp Fakültesi, Anatomi Anabilim Dalı, Balıkesir, Türkiye

Objective: Students’ feedback is one of the research methods that is widely used in determining the reached level during the education. In our study, it was aimed to determine the views of the students of the faculty of medicine on the clinical and crosssectional anatomy course.

Material and Method: The second grade students of the faculty of medicine were included in the study. One hundred twenty two out of 126 students (96.8%) participated in the study. A questionnaire consisting of 17 questions was applied to the students. Collected data were evaluated using SPSS v22 software.

Results: 88.5% of the participants stated the necessity of obtaining feedbacks about the clinical and cross-sectional anatomy courses (CCSACs). According to our results, 67.2% of the students stated that the CCSACs should be placed between 10:20 and 12:00 a.m. in the weekly course schedule. Furthermore, 62.3% of the students emphasized that the CCSACs were not time wasting. 81.1% of the students stated that the study notes should be given before the courses and 89.3% of the students indicated the necessity of the CCSAC for their professional life. In addition, 91% of the stu-dents stated that the quality of the education in the clinical and CCSAC is related with the lecturer.

Conclusion: The role of students’ feedback is very important to improve the anatomy education. It is thought that the knowledge acquired in the anatomy courses will make a great contribution to the education of good physicians in the future.


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