28 November 2022

Hybrid TEPARG Conference 2022: Prizes

Best presentation First prize: Adopting a flexible approach to professional anatomy spotter exams during COVID by Luisa Wakeling, Sarah Rolland, Christopher O’Connor, Gemma Mitchelson, Emily Smith, Eleanor Gordon, John Moss and Joanna Matthan from School of Dental Sciences, Newcastle University, Newcastle, United Kingdom

Best presentation Second prize: An innovative online resource for learning radiology and anatomy by Imogen Cowdell, Safia Khan, Charlie Cossins, Andrew Murchison, Medical Sciences Division, University of Oxford, United Kingdom and Department of Neuroradiology, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, United Kingdom

Certificate of merit for outstanding work: Evaluating learner gain and student satisfaction of teaching anatomy online using 3D digital models as compared to 2D illustrations by Rohan Bhate, Noor Haddad, Renna Zazai, James Hayes, Yasmin Taghvaipour, Connor James Holmes, Anahita Dadali, Georga Longhurst from St.George’s, University of London, London, United Kingdom. Twitter: @rohan_bhate @anatomg

Certificate of merit for outstanding work: The role of cadaveric dissection and hybrid medical education in the post COVID-19 pandemic era by Hannah Bridgwater, Lauren Hector, Michel Abou-Abdallah and Cecilia Brassett from Human Anatomy Centre, Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom