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Thursday, 10 March 2016 / Published in Health and Education, Main Blog
March is the month we are joining the many global awareness campaigns for both workplace eye wellness and vision safety. While much of health messaging is focused on the “big” problems, such as heart disease and cancer, it’s important to remember that maintaining the “smaller” parts of our anatomy is equally critical to our overall health
Tuesday, 09 February 2016 / Published in Health and Education, Main Blog
February is Heart Month. Countries around the world are observing February as “Heart Month” with a variety of awareness days and months. In the U.S., activities to highlight heart health include “Wear Red” (Go Red for Women) day, to remind us that women are at greater risk than men for heart disease: Five times more
Monday, 01 February 2016 / Published in Health and Education, Main Blog
Hello all and happy new year! With January being observed each year as National Winter Sports/Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Month in the U.S., we thought we’d focus our attention to the topic of concussion, and try to increase awareness and patient education on the many traumatic brain injuries (including concussion) caused by participation in sports each
Thursday, 17 December 2015 / Published in Main Blog, Teaching Anatomy
Health Literacy: when I was caring for patients in clinical practice, I spent time teaching them about their bodies, the conditions that brought them for care, and reviewing the results of any laboratory tests that had been done, as well as discussing the medications that had been prescribed. In each of these situations, I relied
Learning Anatomy in the Digital Age
Thursday, 22 October 2015 / Published in Main Blog, Teaching Anatomy
Learning Anatomy: the human body is an exciting frontier to explore—from the first time you outline your body on paper in kindergarten to see how all the parts fit together; to middle school when you learn how stomach acids work to digest food; to high school when you’ve broken your arm playing football; to college
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Thursday, 11 September 2014 / Published in Awards
Pocket Anatomy has won the “Boost” StartUp competition at The Next Web (TNW) Conference in Amsterdam. The event is one of Europe’s top tech gatherings and was attended by over 2,500 influential web, technology and business leaders from all over the world. Nearly a hundred StartUps were selected for Boost, out of which 10 (including
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Tuesday, 29 October 2013 / Published in App Updates
To celebrate the launch of the new iOS7 operating system update on iPad and iPhone, Pocket Anatomy announces its beautiful and minimalist new interface! <H2>New and Improved</H2> Harnessing the already highly user-friendly 3D interface and features of previous versions, the newest refresh of Pocket Anatomy is a vital addition to anyone’s library of medical Apps.
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Tuesday, 28 May 2013 / Published in App Updates
May 30th sees the launch of one of the most significant medical anatomy apps available on the Apple Platform. The 4th Generation update to the multi award-winning Pocket Anatomy now includes full female and male anatomy. This complements the recent additions of circulatory & lymphatic systems, as well as the inclusion of both cranial &
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Monday, 02 April 2012 / Published in In the News
Full text version: Users can navigate eight layers of brain anatomy, view cross sections and nerve pathways, insert notes, and peruse clinical findings. Elizabeth Armstrong Moore by Elizabeth Armstrong Moore March 26, 2012 1:09 PM PDT Of all the subjects best taught in 3D, anatomy has got to be up there. And when it comes
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Monday, 02 April 2012 / Published in App Updates
Benefits: With Pocket Brain, we’ve made an exciting App that transforms teaching, learning and communication of the human brain. Pocket Brain assists the medical, nursing or health care professionals communicate with their patients, as well as learn and share clinically relevant neuroanatomy with colleagues. For neuroanatomy students, Pocket Brain will help you prepare for and
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