The program combined terse but truly informative text with clear illustrations and a nice mix of clinical correlations.
Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) July 23, 2012
This summer, a group of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows at Harvard University is using Amirsys’ AnatomyOne during an intensive, six-week course to grasp the essentials of anatomy. Dr. Gerald Greenhouse, Director of Administration at the Harvard Medical School Department of Cell Biology, is teaching the course.
When asked why he had chosen AnatomyOne as a resource, Dr. Greenhouse said, “As a beta user of AnatomyOne I was impressed with the manner in which the program combined terse but truly informative text with clear illustrations and a nice mix of clinical correlations.”
An AnatomyOne in-house anatomist and content reviewer, Dr. Paul Frankel, worked with Dr. Greenhouse to map the Harvard professor’s course syllabus to an AnatomyOne course outline. The AnatomyOne course outline, which can be printed to a PDF file, contains links directly into the assigned AnatomyOne content.
“I look forward to integrating the program into our Gross Anatomy Course for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Fellows as our primary student resource,” says Dr. Greenhouse.
AnatomyOne includes a wealth of content from regional, systemic, and clinical anatomy perspectives. In addition, AnatomyOne provides histology and embryology content, as well as thousands of illustrations, cadaver photographs, radiologic images, and histology images. The wide variety of content allows Dr. Greenhouse to pick and choose the content that is right for his course; the AnatomyOne course outline helps students concentrate only on the material he has assigned.
Amirsys, Inc. is a leading provider of innovative online healthcare solutions in medical education, radiology, pathology, and surgery. Over 99% of North American academic medical centers use Amirsys products daily. Through use of its proprietary technology and image-intensive, expert and evidence-based content, Amirsys provides online problem-solving solutions to thousands of radiologists, pathologists, surgeons, and residents-in-training worldwide.