Nothing much to report - no more teaching per se, instead anatomy today consisted of 9 stations which served as recap exercises by providing clinical scenarios to work through. We did pretty well on the whole, and we actually diverted from the set tasks a reasonable amount to discuss other areas we didn't understand, so at least it was productive if nothing else.
Clinical Skills was more history taking practice due to a rearranged session, so we essentially just used the time to practice OSCE technique and tackle some more complicated presenting complaints.
Headed back to uni immediately afterwards - decided to join a new D&D campaign running at the WMS GameSoc, for which Tom very kindly helped me rapidly put together a character before the session. It was a very 'varied' part of the story, featuring a crossdressing bard, an irresistibly charming second bard and a cohort of greased up bandits, which on an unrelated note would make an awesome name for a band.