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Strategies to Teach GI Physiology

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Description This recorded presentation from the EB 2018 Refresher Course features Dexter Speck, PhD, of the University of Kentucky Medical Center who discusses his experience with teaching strategies that deviate from the “traditional” GI Physiology lecture. Dr. Speck’s talk, “Ruminations on Teaching the Gastrointestinal System” was one of four presentations in the 2018 Refresher Course on “GI Physiology: Not Just the Gut Anymore,” organized by the APS Education Committee.
Type of Resource Meeting Presentation, Video
Format Web Page - HTML
Dexter Speck, University of Kentucky
Development Date April 21, 2018
Grade/Age Levels Graduate
Professional (degree program)
Continuing Education
Learning Time <=1 hour
Language English
Type of Review Reviewed By Staff
Review Date July 26, 2018
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