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This video was created this author, who is a Neuroscience Professor, inMedicalUniversityof theAmericasin May 2011 by Med 3 Neuroscience students of Summer 2011 batch. It has been in circulation among the students since then. It is based on the three classical Learning Styles of students; Visual, Verbal and Auditory. They find it...
This video was created this author, who is a Neuroscience Professor, inMedicalUniversityof theAmericasin May 2011 by Med 3 Neuroscience students of Summer 2011 batch. It has been in circulation among the students since then. It is based on the three classical Learning Styles of students; Visual, Verbal and Auditory. They find it very helpful to learn the material after they have listened to the video lecture.
This learning material is being delivered by this author for 8 years in Neuroscience classes in Medical Schools in 3 countries –Seychelles,St. Kitts-Nevis,St. Lucia. Using this material, Basic Science Medical student's average grade in National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME) Shelf Exam in Neuroscience went up close to US National average figure.
50-minute online lecture video on Blood Supply of Brain and Spinal Cord; Lecture by Dr Sanjoy Sanyal, Professor and Course Director of Neuroscience in a Caribbean medical school. Lecture delivered to Medical students preparing for USMLE Step 1 Exams in theUS.
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