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"As anatomy educators, we need to demonstrate the diversity of individuals along the continuum of physical traits that we see in skin tone, habitus, age, and lived experience. Lived experience includes the diversity of scars, tattoos, amputations, abilities, and self-identification. Our project [Portfolios of People: Advancing Anatomical Representation Together (POP AART)] is unique because it asks our models and creatives (photographers and illustrators) to voluntarily self-identify so that we can further reflect on the inclusivity of what it means to be human."
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Associate Professor, The George Washington University

 

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