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Researcher: Cuellar, WA (Mr William Cuellar)

Fields of Research

Medicine, Nursing and Health Curriculum and Pedagogy
Geriatrics and Gerontology
Physiotherapy
Surgery

Research Objectives

Health Related to Ageing
Teaching and Instruction Technologies
Surgical Methods and Procedures
Pedagogy
Learner and Learning Processes

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

'If you build it, they will come?': The nature of student engagement with online anatomy resources; ANZACA 2014
Dissection and peer teaching in an undergraduate MBBS curriculum: Student opinions and learning outcomes; Australasian Institute of Anatomical Sciences Conference
On-line audiovisual pre-laboratory resources in anatomy - are we connecting with students?; HERDSA: Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia
Online audiovisual resources for pre-laboratory preparation and revision; Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists
Online dissection audio-visual resources for human anatomy: undergraduate medical studentsí usage and learning outcomes; Anatomical Sciences Education
Student engagement with online gross anatomy and histology resources; Australasian Institute of Anatomical Sciences (AIAS) Conference, Hobart, Tasmania
Systematic review of the literature on abdominal and multifidus muscle function, assessment methods and their measurement reliability in older adults; APA Conference 2013
Test-retest reliability of measurements of abdominal and multifidus muscles using ultrasound imaging in adults aged 50-79 years; Musculoskeletal Science and Practice
The assessment of abdominal and multifidus muscles and their role in physical function in older adults: a systematic review; Physiotherapy
The free vascularised extensor retinaculum composite flap - an anatomical basis for a new means in reconstruction of complex extensor tendon injuries and its sequele; Australian Hand Surgery Society & American Society for Surgery of the Hand 2016 Combined Meeting
Ultrasound imaging: Reliability of measurements of abdominal and multifidus muscle thickness and multifidus cross-sectional area of adults aged 50-79 years; Australian Physiotherapy Association Conference

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision