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The A&P Professor Podcast
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Content updates and teaching advice for teachers of human anatomy & physiology (A&P) from professor, author, and mentor Kevin Patton. 

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May 7, 2018

Kevin reviews News & Notes: keeping pig brains alive, new form of DNA found in cells, your HAPS road trip. A discussion of which pronunciation of A&P terms is "correct." The A&P Student blog is a useful resource for students.

News & Notes | pig brains, new DNA found, TAPP, HAPS roadtrip (9 min)
Pronouncing issues with A&P terms (10 min)
The A&P Student blog (1.5 min)


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(0:50) News & Notes

Pig brains kept alive in the lab.

New DNA Structure

How to access journal articles: ask your librarian!

What is TAPP?

Your road trip on TAPP!



(9:25) Pronunciations in any language differ for a variety of reasons. This happens in A&P terminology, too.




(19:08) Kevin's blog for A&P students has many bits of advice to help students succeed in their A&P course.

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