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Educational Resources & Software

For more detailed information about biomedical education resources, please contact Judy M. Spak.

Educational Software

  • Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy - contains more than three hundred narrated videos of real cadaver specimens.
  • Anatomy Clinic - virtual anatomy lab developed by faculty at the Yale School of Medicine.
  • Aquifer - offers medical students a collection of interactive virtual patient cases that correlate with the learning objectives of clinical clerkships
  • Bates Visual Guide to Physical Examination videos - features over eight hours of anatomy and system-specific videos, each of which shows a step-by-step examination.
  • Clinical Human Embryology - explores how the human body develops from a single-cell fertilized egg to the complex set of organ systems seen in the newborn.
  • Doc.com - demonstrates key physician/patient communication skills via video encounters with standardized patients; provides video and text commentary on the interview.
  • Exam Master Online (for PANCE and USMLE board preparation) - contains over 17,000 questions that can be used to build custom exams as well as prebuilt exams in the USMLE and PANCE format.
  • MedOne Radiology - a comprehensive online reference for all medical imaging specialists.
  • NCLEX-RN: Preparation and Review - provides more than 3,800 NCLEX quality review questions covering the four Client Needs areas.
  • NetAnatomy.com - designed to teach human anatomy to students of the health professions.
  • SymptonMedia: visual learning for behavioral health -  film library of clinical training illustrates behavioral health symptoms unfolding on screen.