Program for Anatomy Education

Are you interested in inclusive, diverse and accessible practices in anatomy? 

Submit your work to be showcased on this website in the period between the two symposia. 

The variety of submission types and formats are shown below. Each submission must be accompanied by a short description (max 1000 characters) describing the content of the submission.

Awards for best submissions will be announced at the December symposium.


Opening Symposium

Talk 1 | It matters that anatomy is inclusive diverse accessible

By Professor Nalini Pather, UNSW Australia

Opening Symposium

Talk 2 | Examining barriers faced by anatomists: how can anatomy be more inclusive?

By Professor Claudia Smith, Brighton-Sussex & Professor Gabrielle Finn, University of Manchester

Opening Symposium

Talk 3 | Our journey towards more diverse & equitable representation of bodies in Biomedical Visualisation

By Professor Claudia Krebs, University of British Columbia

Opening Symposium

Talk 4 | Black in Anatomy: starting hard conversations on systemic racism.

By A.Professor Melissa Carroll, The George Washington University & Black in Anatomy

Opening Symposium

Talk 5 | Anatomy Education and Human Biodiversity.

By Professor Goran Strkalj, UNSW Australia

Opening Symposium

Talk 6 | The profile change of a donor program.

By Dr Brendon Billings, Wits University

Opening Symposium | Full Recording