Skeleton and skull for beginners HC567 / F01

Start date
22 Jul 19
Duration
1 Day
Location
King's College London, New Hunt's House, Guy's Campus, London SE1 1UL View on Google Map

Summary

Programme:

10.00 Meet at Hodgkin reception  

10.15 Upper dissecting room general housekeeping and safety induction

10.20 Bones of the skeleton how they articulate with each other

11.30 Development of bones

12.00 Lunch (provided) in the Gordon Museum of pathology followed by common pathologies including Paget’s disease, growth problems, brittle bone disease

13.15 individual bones of the skull

14.30 Quiz

15.30 Feedback & finish

Outcomes

Leaning objectives:

  • To be able to identify the different bones of the human skeleton and skull.
  • To understand their articulations and development.
  • Some common pathologies of bone.

Sessions

Skeleton and skull for beginners22 July 2019 10:00-15:30

Notes

 Restrictions

Please note that as these are licenced premises and you will be using cadaveric material access is restricted to technicians working in a relevant field. Photography is not allowed under any circumstances. Closed footwear must be worn. Lab coats and gloves provided.

Free to internal KCL technicians, external technicians must be from relevant field (HTA). Lunch included.

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Cost

heated memberActivity fee£165.00 +VAT
heated non-memberActivity fee£180.00 +VAT

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