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Episode 88: Dr Walter Kemp – Forensic Pathology and Anthropology, Medical Education, and Teaching Methods

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Episode 88: Dr Walter Kemp – Forensic Pathology and Anthropology, Medical Education, and Teaching Methods

Today my guest is Forensic Pathologist Dr Walter Kemp What we discuss with Dr Kemp: How he discovered pathology and how observing an autopsy led to forensic pathology Why he decided…
November 29, 2021

Episode 88: Dr Walter Kemp – Forensic Pathology and Anthropology, Medical Education, and Teaching Methods

Today my guest is Forensic Pathologist Dr Walter Kemp

What we discuss with Dr Kemp:

  • How he discovered pathology and how observing an autopsy led to forensic pathology
  • Why he decided to earn a Masters and PhD in anthropology, and how that work applies to forensics
  • How he got started in teaching and some of his mentors
  • The book Make It Stick and how it influenced his teaching style
  • The methods he uses for teaching
  • The online platforms that he uses to educate students about pathology

Links for this episode:

Health Podcast Network

 LabVine Learning

The ConfLab from LabVine

Dress A Med scrubs

The Pathology Grand Tour Episode 2: Pathologists’ Assistants

 

Dr Kemp on Twitter

Pathology Review for USMLE

Pathology Review Image Questions on Amazon

Make It Stick

 

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