David A. Morton, PhD, MS
- Departments: Family & Preventive Medicine - Adjunct Assistant Professor, Neurobiology and Anatomy - Professor (Lecturer), Physical Therapy and Athletic Training - Adjunct Assistant Professor
- Divisions: Public Health
Academic Office Information
Biomedical Polymers Research Bldg
Neurobiology & Anatomy
20 S 2030 E, Room: 390F
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
|Doctoral Training||University of Utah School of Medicine
|Graduate Training||University of Utah School of Medicine
|Undergraduate||Brigham Young University
|David A. Morton, Ph.D. The flipped anatomy classroom: Starting with the end in mind; Hainan Medical University, Hainan, China.||China|
|Morton DA. Practice makes permanent. Engaging students in active learning to make things stick. University of Eastern Finland. Kuopio, Finland.||Finland|
|Morton DA. Simple but profound active learning activities. Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (UANL), School of Medicine. Monterrey, Mexico.||Mexico|
|Active learning in medical education, University for Development Studies, School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Tamale, Ghana, West Africa||Ghana|
|Creating effective assessments, University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ho Ghana, West Africa||Ghana|
- Diaz MM, Ojukwu K, Padilla J, Steed K, Schmalz N, Tullis A, Mageno A, McCleve J, White E, Stark ME, Morton DA, Seastrand G, Ray G, Lassetter J, Wilson-Ashworth HA, Wisco JJ (2019). Who is the Teacher and Who is the Student? The Dual Service- and Engaged-Learning Pedagogical Model of Anatomy Academy. J Med Educ Curric Dev, 6, 2382120519883271.
- Mahan MA, Sanders LE, Guan J, Dailey AT, Taylor W, Morton DA (2017). Anatomy of psoas muscle innervation: Cadaveric study. Clin Anat, 30(4), 479-486.
- Morton DA, Colbert-Getz JM (2016). Measuring the impact of the flipped anatomy classroom: The importance of categorizing an assessment by Bloom's taxonomy. Anat Sci Educ, 10(2), 170-175.