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Human anatomical dissection in the generation Z’s medical syllabus

Rafael Romero-Reverón


Today’s entrance-level medical students were born around the early 2000s and so are of Generation Z so called, being the first generation to grow  up digitally hyper-connected. In the medical syllabus, human anatomical dissection has been the cornerstone for properly grasping the inter-  relationships between different parts of the human body and improving practical skills along with gaining a threedimensional appreciation of  anatomical structures. Generation Z’s medical students have diverse approaches to dealing with human anatomical dissection so, to teach human  anatomy, Faculty need to devote both time and creativity in order to be comfortable using available social-media platforms for that purpose. In these  covid-19's pandemic times these new approaches to teaching may be a matching method to help to fight the pandemic.