Doctors In Training Solid Anatomy Videos
Doctors In Training Videos
Anatomy can be a hard subject to master. Your first exposure can be like trying to drink from a fire hose. And it’s easy to forget some of those things you haven’t reviewed in a while. Whether it’s your first class in gross anatomy or maybe you have been practicing medicine for years, the Doctors In Training Solid Anatomy video series is just what you need.
This video series is designed to be a great complement to structured anatomy courses in medical school, but can also greatly enhance your learning as stand-alone videos for practicing physicians, residents, PA’s or nurses.
The video series is taught by professor John Phelan, PhD, along with clinical correlations by DIT educators Mike McInnis, MD and Chris Lewis, MD, who combine to bring years of clinical and educational experience to the presentation of the material.
Each Solid Anatomy video contains great instruction, amazing images, a little wry humor, clear explanations of the anatomical structures and clinical correlations, which help tie in the information to everyday medical practice. A PDF study guide with additional information, questions and diagrams is available with each video on your personalized dashboard.