Student to cadaver ratio at Nycom or any other schools

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  1. J143

    J143 Member
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    Can anyone tell me what the student to cadaver ratio is at NYCOM? Other schools?

    Just wanted to know how it compares to other schools.

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    JH
     
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    4:1 at SUNY Downstate.


    Tim of New York City.
     
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    At CCOM there are six students assigned to each cadaver. We use a rotating lab schedule, so there are only four students at a time working on their cadaver.
     
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    PCOM 5:1.
     
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    At UHS at kansas city the ratio is 4:1 at any one time, but there is two lab sections per cadaver. At KCOM, the ratio is 4:1. U of South Florida it is 4:1. M College of Georgia I belive it is either 4 or 5:1.

     

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