Medical Photography: Practices of Graduate Students at Makerere University
Medical photography is a specialized genre of photography concerned with taking photographs beneficial to medical practice. This study aimed at establishing medical photography practices among graduate students at Makerere University. Results suggest most graduate students first encountered medical photographs in class (68.1%), a few took their own medical photographs (13.5%), using mainly the mobile phone (81.6%) and the majority of the photographs were taken by their colleagues(66%).
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