This e-book collection includes titles on anatomy, embryology, physiology, neuroscience, biochemistry, immunology, neuroscience, and histology. In addition to texts, users can access video clips, self-assessments, clinical skills exercises, and cases for use in problem-based learning.
e-Anatomy is an award-winning interactive atlas of human anatomy. It is the most complete reference of human anatomy available on web, iPad, iPhone and android devices. Researchers can explore over 5400 anatomic structures and more than 375 000 translated medical labels. Images in: CT, MRI, radiographs, anatomic diagrams and nuclear images as well as content available in eight languages.
To use the e-Anatomy app, first create a personal account on the desktop site (click “Login” at the top-right and register using your Tulane email address). They will send you an email to verify your email address. After you verify your account, you can download the e-Anatomy app from the app store and log in using your personal account details.
User must follow these steps to use the app (7/15/2020):
- If they don't already have one, register a free IMAIOS account on the IMAIOS.com website.
- Download and install IMAIOS e-Anatomy App on their mobile device (free download from Apple App Store and from Google Play)
- WiFi connect their device to Rudolph Matas Library's network
- Start IMAIOS e-Anatomy App and login with their IMAIOS account.
This will activate the modules for 2 weeks (the 2 weeks delay is reset each time IMAIOS e-Anatomy App is used while the device is WiFi connected tour your institution's network)
Peer reviewed, classroom tested teaching modules on a variety of medical subjects. "Through Publications, iCollaborative, and the CE Directory, MedEdPORTAL aims to equip healthcare professionals across the continuum with effective and efficient educational tools to improve patient care."
educational resources that have not undergone the formal MedEdPORTAL peer review process.
Posted resources are related to educational innovations that are being developed, implemented and tested within the health professions. Sample resources include programs which aim to change curriculum at health institutions or frameworks for educating learners on newly adopted patient safety protocols. As opposed to tools formally peer reviewed and published in Publications, iCollaborative submissions can include conceptual ideas that have yet to be classroom tested.