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✔️ Epithelial barriers, trimming our course, trigger warnings are triggers | TAPP Science & Education Updates - Issue #14

Kevin Patton
Kevin Patton
What some are now calling the epithelial barrier hypothesis is an emerging big idea in understanding a lot of health issues. And, really, must our students walk out of our courses knowing every single fact that they’ll eventually need? Or is A&P a foundation course upon which later learning builds?

Life Science
Does the epithelial barrier hypothesis explain the increase in allergy, autoimmunity and other chronic conditions? | Nature Reviews Immunology
I truly think this is one of the next “big ideas” in practical applications of life science.
Study Reveals Structure of Key Receptors Involved in Memory and Learning
Tympanostomy Tubes or Medical Management for Recurrent Acute Otitis Media | NEJM
Teaching & Learning
Petting Therapy Dogs Enhances Thinking Skills of Stressed College Students
Axe, Meet Learning Objectives. Part. II: The Lecture – The HAPS Blog
Trigger Warnings Can Worsen Traumatic Memories
TAPP News & Notes
Simple Ideas for Moving to Remote Learning | Shift from On-campus
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