"This interactive, medically accurate virtual body enables users to learn about anatomy, health conditions, and treatments in visual format that resembles life itself. The platform is constantly evolving, as our purpose driven team of software engineers, 3D modelers, and scientists." Also available as an iPad and Android app.
One of the largest open access publishers and distributors of books in the science, technology, and medical fields. The Medicine subject page provides open resources on subjects including: Public health, pediatrics, bioethics, etc.
This course will introduce the general principles of biomedical evaluation and management of common clinical pain problems. It will present ways to evaluate the biomedical characteristics of the pain experience -temporal pattern severity, location, quality, intensity and exacerbating and relieving factors. Throughout the course, emphasis will be placed upon viewing superficially diverse pain syndromes as part of the fundamentally unified group of processes.
Provided by the Association of American Medical Colleges and contains free, open-access publications related to health services education. Resources include presentations, videos, evaluation tools, lab guides, and curriculum materials.
Use the course finder to browse from 20 health and medicine sub-topics including: anatomy & physiology, epidemiology, health and exercise science, and public health. Use the limiters to select the types of OER you would like to use including: lecture notes, interactive simulations, online textbooks, and assessments.
This Nutrition text was developed for a 3-hour, intermediate-level, nutrition course at Kansas State University. The book is divided into 13 chapters that contain well-produced graphics. The enire book can easily be opened in Google Docs where it can easily be edited and then exported as in the filetype of your choice. Author: Brian Lindshield Ph.D., Nurtitional Sciences, University of Kansas