Danielle Brewer-Deluce
Danielle Brewer-Deluce
Assistant Professor of Anatomy, McMaster University
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Evaluation of neuroanatomical training using a 3d visual reality model.
DN Brewer, TD Wilson, R Eagleson, S De Ribaupierre
MMVR, 85-91, 2012
National survey on Canadian undergraduate medical programs: The decline of the anatomical sciences in Canadian medical education
J Rockarts, D Brewer‐Deluce, A Shali, V Mohialdin, B Wainman
Anatomical sciences education 13 (3), 381-389, 2020
Beyond Average Information: How Q‐Methodology Enhances Course Evaluations in Anatomy
D Brewer‐Deluce, B Sharma, N Akhtar‐Danesh, T Jackson, BC Wainman
Anatomical sciences education 13 (2), 137-148, 2020
Recruitment pattern of sympathetic muscle neurons during premature ventricular contractions in heart failure patients and controls
PZ Maslov, T Breskovic, DN Brewer, JK Shoemaker, Z Dujic
American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative …, 2012
Virtual Reality Bell‐Ringer: The Development and Testing of a Stereoscopic Application for Human Gross Anatomy
D Brewer‐Deluce, AB Bak, AJ Simms, S Sinha, JP Mitchell, D Shin, ...
Anatomical Sciences Education 14 (3), 330-341, 2021
Concussion-related deficits in the general population predict impairments in varsity footballers
CA Stafford, B Stojanoski, CJ Wild, D Brewer-Deluce, TD Wilson, ...
Journal of neurology 267 (7), 1970-1979, 2020
Using Q Methodology to Evaluate Online Anatomy Education: Learning in a COVID-19 Context
J Saini, D Brewer-Deluce, N Akhtar-Danesh, A Saraco, I Bayer, C Pitt, ...
The FASEB Journal, 2021
Cognitive function in varsity football athletes is maintained in the absence of concussion
D Brewer‐Deluce, TD Wilson, AM Owen
The FASEB Journal 31, 745.7-745.7, 2017
Beyond content knowledge: psychosocial attitude, behavior, and skill development in gross anatomy education
J Mussell, K Harrell, S VanNuland, D Brewer‐Deluce, J Cornwall, C Krebs, ...
The FASEB Journal 35, 2021
The Big Q: Evaluating a Large‐Scale, Cross‐Disciplinary Anatomy and Physiology Course Using Q‐Methodology
G Yu, D Brewer‐Deluce, N Akhtar‐Danesh, BC Wainman
The FASEB Journal 33 (S1), 439.1-439.1, 2019
Teaching Matters: Developing Teaching Dossiers to Showcase Teaching Success and Competency
D Brewer-Deluce, CJ Gibson
Teaching Innovation Projects 7 (1), 2017
Assessing Multi-Unit Muscle Sympathetic Nerve Activity Across Groups: A Multivariate Approach to a Multivariate Concept
DN Brewer
Use of a Digital 3D Brain Model as an Intermediate Step in Learning Spatial Anatomy
DN Brewer, S de Ribaupierre, TD Wilson
The FASEB Journal 25, 495.6-495.6, 2011
A Bigger Q-Evaluating the impact of pandemic-related course changes on students’ learning experiences
D Brewer-Deluce, A Saraco, N Akhtar-Danesh, B Wainman
The FASEB Journal 35, 2021
Evaluation of a Google Cardboard Stereo Image Viewer as a Valid Alternative to Cadaveric Specimens for Testing Anatomical Knowledge
AB Bak, A Simms, D Shin, S Sinha, JP Mitchell, AN Saraco, ...
The FASEB Journal 34 (S1), 1-1, 2020
Size Matters! Evaluating the Effect of Model Size on Anatomy Learning
J Yang, V DeYoung, Y Xue, A Nehru, A Hildebrand, D Brewer-Deluce, ...
The FASEB Journal 34 (S1), 1-1, 2020
Employing Eye Tracking Technology to Understand How Novices Learn Neuroanatomy
A Nguyen, B Cheung, R Leclair, J Saini, J Lyons, B Wainman, J Heisz, ...
The FASEB Journal 34 (S1), 1-1, 2020
The Big Q: Is Q‐methodology valid for evaluating a large‐scale, cross‐disciplinary anatomy and physiology course?
AN Saraco, D Brewer-Deluce, N Akhtar-Danesh, BC Wainman
The FASEB Journal 34 (S1), 1-1, 2020
Learning through the Eyes of the Beholder: Using Eye Tracking to Understand How Novices Learn Neuroanatomy
R Leclair, A Nguyen, B Cheung, D Brewer‐Deluce, J Heisz, J Lyons, ...
The FASEB Journal 33 (S1), 444.30-444.30, 2019
Size Matters? Evaluating the Effect of Size on Anatomy Learning
AH Hildebrand, B Wainman, B Fenesi, D Brewer‐Deluce, A Dong, J Xie, ...
The FASEB Journal 33 (S1), 606.21-606.21, 2019
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