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Twelve tips for running a successful body painting teaching session.

Finn, Gabrielle Maria (2010) 'Twelve tips for running a successful body painting teaching session.', Medical teacher., 32 (11). pp. 887-890.


Body painting in the medical education context is the painting of internal structures on the surface of the body with high verisimilitude. Body painting has many educational benefits, from the obvious acquisition of anatomical knowledge, to the less obvious benefits of improved communication skills and greater body awareness. As with any activity which involves physical examination and undressing, sensitive delivery is imperative. These twelve tips offer advice on the practicalities of running a successful body painting session in a supportive environment, thus promoting maximum student participation.

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