Innovative teaching method earns prestigious grant for SAHP
by Kalani Simpson, UNMC public relations
September 27, 2013 UNMC Today
Traditionally, when cytology is taught, it’s done at the microscope.
That means there’s only room for a limited number of heads. One instructor and six students gather round, for example, at a seven-head ‘scope, and the teacher explains what they’re looking at. It’s intimate, and an excellent teacher-student ratio. But you can see the limitations. Read full article…