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LWW Learning Resources

LWW Learning Resources Must-Have, Trusted Health Science Education Resources for Learning, Teaching and Practice - Available Online and On Mobile Devices These leading Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (LWW) eLearning Resources provide your institution the essential resources in health science education covering gross anatomy, physical examination

techniques, foundational medical and pharmacy information and more. Acland’s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy 3D Rotational Gross Anatomy Videos Featuring Real Cadaver Specimens

Acland’s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy is the optimal anatomical learning solution. Watch and listen to world-renowned anatomist Dr. Robert Acland - Professor Emeritus of Surgery, University of Louisville School of Medicine - as he shows and explains anatomical movement within each region of the body - covering bones, muscles, tendons, organs and more.

• Support the teaching and learning of anatomy with more than 300 narrated videos; coverage includes upper extremity, lower extremity, trunk, head & neck and internal organs; plus, ground-breaking inner ear content • Allow students independent, frequent viewing for review, self- assessment and practical exam preparation - as well as track their performance using interactive Q&A and timed or review quizzes • Demonstrate muscle function in 3D to colleagues, staff, and patients • Browse video clips, share with colleagues and add to a “favorites” area for quick reference.

Acland’s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy


Bates’ Visual Guide to Physical Examination Head-to-Toe and Systems-Based Physical Assessment and Clinical Reasoning Skills Videos Bates’ Visual Guide to Physical Examination delivers new clinical skills videos featuring head-to-toe and systems-based physical examination techniques, as well as OSCE clinical reasoning modules. This online guide maintains the evidence-based origins of the text and provides careful attention to clinical accuracy, and to the range of patient types profiled in the series.

• Support teaching and learning objectives with hours of narrated and closed-captioned videos • Prepare students for the patient encounter and board exams • Allow students independent, frequent viewing and testing of their clinical reasoning skills • Provide a resource for practitioners to review and refresh their understanding of examination techniques • Create direct paths to videos from library catalog or course syllabus; download PDF transcripts for use in teaching guides.

Bates’Visual Guide to Physical Examination


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