Intrigued journalist spends 2 days with GTAs and MUTAs
from By Scott George, Clinical Skills USA Inc.
The use of GTAs and MUTAs to teach pelvic and rectal examinations is a practice that is widely accepted, and highly valued, by medical and nursing schools. Unfortunately, it is not as widely understood nor accepted by the general public. The article that follows, "These Medical Models Use Their Own Bodies As Teaching Tools," was published recently by Vocativ. The journalist explores what it is like to serve as a GTA/MTA and methods for teaching pelvic and rectal examinations to healthcare providers by focusing on Clinical Skills USA, a company founded by Scott George. The article describes how Scott's "guiding patients" provide their invaluable services to teaching institutions across the country. It is an interesting read that we are confident you will enjoy. To learn more about Clinical Skills USA, visit their website at
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