"DAVE Project, an acronym for the Digital Atlas of Video Education, is a collection of teaching tools. The project consists of a gastrointestinal endoscopy video atlas and medical lectures and presentations" from medical schools worldwide.
Unique: In the Examination Technique section, a purple dot in the "Abnormal Findings" column means there is a demonstration available for the abnormal findings you can encounter when you perform that examination technique. You can both learn the correct examination technique and see the abnormal findings you are trying to elicit.
Animated embryological processes from the School of Medicine at Stanford University. It offers high quality, original vector art animations depicting some of the most difficult embryological developments using Flash.
The Albany Medical College Virtual Brain Model is a unique electronic library of human brain anatomy designed to improve teaching and learning of the spatial relationships of 79 key structures and functional pathways in the nervous system. The program is solely for your own personal use as an educational (non-commercial) tool.
Over 100 training demonstrations of psychotherapy and counseling sessions covering a range of modalities, populations and approaches including cognitive- behavioral, evidence based,motivational, mindfulness, and multicultural therapies.