The ICSM course in Clinical Gross Anatomy is an intensive eight-week summer course open to active medical/health profession students, post-graduates, and faculty who want additional preparation or remediation in Anatomy. Admission is by application and with the permission of the instructor. Learning components in the course are:
Lectures, with interspersed questions and discussions to engage active learning
Pre-lab virtual laboratory sessions during which participants will dissect the Visible Human and review structures
Prosection demonstrated by course faculty and dissections performed by attendees, using an ontophylogenetic approach on soft-embalmed cadavers
Draw-It-To-Know-It software will be used for review and practical examinations
StatPearls online content will be utilized to relate anatomical structures to clinical applications in all regions
Oral presentations of completed virtual dissections for each lab session are required and will be videotaped and compiled into a portfolio for each student
Registration can be made for any one of the four regional sections of the course and can be submitted for CME credit
Course director is ICSM Anatomy Lab Director, Prof. Noel T. Boaz, Ph.D., M.D., an experienced clinical anatomist and medical school professor.
Application fee is $50. Cost of the full eight-week course is $1200. Individual two-week sections are $350 each. Registrants who successfully complete the course or sections of the course are awarded a certificate of completion.