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International Journal of Morphology

On-line version ISSN 0717-9502

Abstract

BABINSKI, M. A. et al. THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE STUDENTS WITH CORPSE IN THE PRATICAL  STUDY OF ANATOMY: THE REACTION AND INFLUENCE IN THE LEARNING. Int. J. Morphol. [online]. 2003, vol.21, n.2, pp.137-142. ISSN 0717-9502.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0717-95022003000200007.

Theviewandhandlingofcorpseinanatomy´sclassesarestillmethodsthatcontributeinanaffecientway totheform,espaceanddistancecomprehensionofanatomic´sestructure. Nevertheless,thecontactwith corpse seemsto provokedistinctstypesofreactionsinstudents. Purpose:Identifythehealthstudernt´sreactionfacetoafirstcorpsecontactinanatomy´spracticeclasses. The application analyze theinfluenceofapracticeclassinAnatomy´s"teaching and learning"too. 395healthstudents,whomtakepartinto teoricand practiceanatomy´sclasses, wereinterviewedby theendofthesemester. The instrumentofresearchissettleofaquestionnairewithclosedandfree inquiries puttinginto verse sex,age,course, interesting indisciplineandreactionsfacetoacorpsecontact.Thestatistictreatment ofdatawasdonehelppedbyGraph PadInstat software, whereinthechoosentestwasQi2 withap<0.05likesignificative. Mostofthemwereyoung,being themajorityfeminine.92,2%ofthestudents consider"important" andarereallyinterestedin takenoticeabouthumanbody independentofcurricular exigence. Thereactionfacetoafirstcorpsecontact,40,8% reported nonefear.Somereactionswereidentifiedin16%asfear,nausea,shockand recallto memoryfromdeceasedrelatives."Familiarity" with the corpse,thestudents revealed anacademical relation,respectingyourstudy instrumentandshowedthatthey don´tsuffer any quotidian variation innourishment,slee,etc. Consideringthepractice studyincorpse, itwas"very important"whereas itshandling influencein apprenticeship. Seemstooccuran"disfigured"ofthecorpseafterdissection,becausethe reactionsfacetoafirst contactwerenot expressives. Thepracticestudyin corpseisindispensablesinceit materializesandcorrects wrong teorics conceitsand/orvariations upontopographicsaspects.

Keywords : Human anatomy; Corpse; Students; Learning- Teaching.

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