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  • Clinical Anatomy Practice & Teaching Research Group (CAPT-RG)

    Professor Sekelani S. Banda serves as the Principal Investigator for CAPT-RG and principle supervisor for PhD linked studies under CAPT-RG.

    Mission: To be the leading ‘Think Tank’ in Zambia on the theory and practice of clinically oriented anatomy teaching.

    Roles and Responsibilities:
    1. To develop research proposals and conduct research in clinical anatomy.
    2. Develop and submit grant applications in the field of clinical anatomy.
    3. Publish scholarly books, monographs and journal articles in the field of clinical anatomy.

    Upcoming Studies: This section is underdevelopment. CAPT-RG has just completed the first study cycle.

    Selected Publications:
    1. Banda, S. S. (2010). An Investigation of How Clinicians use of Anatomical Knowledge in Diagnostic Reasoning: A Grounded Theory Study of Clinicians in Zambia. Medical Journal of Zambia, 37 (1): 23-30.
    2. Banda, S. S. (2010). Characterisation and Quantification of Anatomy Concepts in a Standard Clinical Methods Textbook: A Content Analysis Approach. Medical Journal of Zambia, 36(3): 125-131.
    3. Banda, S. S. (2009). The Case Anatomical Knowledge Index (CAKI) as a Tool for Selecting Clinical Cases for Clinically Oriented Anatomy Teaching: Approach and Content. Medical Journal of Zambia, 36 (1): 43-50.
    4. Banda, S. S. (2009). The Case Anatomical Knowledge Index (CAKI): A Novel Method Used to Assess Anatomy Content in Clinical Cases. Anatomical Sciences Education, 2(1): 9-18.
    5. Banda, S. S. (2008). Anatomy: Spotlight on Africa Revisited. Anatomical Sciences Education, 1:228-229. Doi:10.002/ase.40
    6. Banda, S. S. (2008). The Role of Anatomy in Clinical Practice: A Participant Observation Study of Use of Anatomy in Clinical Practice. Medical Journal of Zambia, 35(1): 8-16.
    7. Banda, S. S. (2007). Determining How the Knowledge of Anatomy May Influence Success or Failure in Clinical Practice. Medical Journal of Zambia, 34(4): 161-166.
    8. Banda, S. S. (2007). Students’ and Doctors’ Performance in an Anatomy Knowledge Test: A Comparison between Traditional and Clinical Anatomy. Medical Journal of Zambia, 34(3): 120 – 124.
    9. Banda, S. S. (2002). Defining Core Anatomy for a Surgical Clerkship (abstract). Bioline- East and Central African Journal of Surgery, 7 (1): 7 – 22.

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