Curriculum article structure

A.Prof Frank Gaillard et al.

This article sets out the structure which each curriculum article should follow. An example of a near-complete curriculum is the genitourinary curriculum.

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The first paragraph should be an introductory statement, e.g.

The genitourinary curriculum is one of our curriculum articles and aims to be a collection of articles that represent the core genitourinary knowledge.

Topics pertaining to [list structures / regions], but excluding [list specific areas / structures that are not covered but could conceivably thought to be included with links to which curriculum they are in e.g. (see musculoskeletal curriculum)].

An understanding of the anatomy of relevant structures is essential. Core anatomical topics include:

  • [structure linked to relevant article]
  • [structure linked to relevant article]
  • etc...
  • [specific modality / protocol / technique article] 
  • [specific modality / protocol / technique article] 
  • etc...
  • [general type of pathology e.g. infection or tumor]
    • [specific entity linked to relevant article]
    • [specific entity linked to relevant article]
    • etc...
  • [general type of pathology e.g. infection or tumor]
    • [specific entity linked to relevant article]
    • [specific entity linked to relevant article]
    • etc...
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