Two days of program ranging from photographing Victorian era seaweeds to use of advanced technologies in anaplastology kept the group captivated and inspired. Six students presented their excellent thesis projects and a show of student work was on exhibit. On Saturday, the group broke into small sections to have faculty review and critique student artwork. This was all followed by a dinner at the home of Tina and Gary Lees.
The Surgical Critique gives us input on the content, clarity and accuracy of the: anatomy, position and handling of instruments, surgical technique, visual solutions and message. The educational and teaching value of the images is of the highest concern, and we value input from all perspectives.
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