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COM Masters Medical & Health Sciences: Video Resources

You will need your TouroOne credentials to access some of these resources from off-campus.

Acland's DVD Atlas of Anatomy available for regular checkout.

Gross Anatomy Videos
Human dissection QuickTime videos varying in length from 7 to 35 minutes from Georgetown University Medical Center. Free Resource.

Includes images and videos on the coronal, horizontal & sagittal planes. Requires QuickTime to view videos. Free resource from Michigan State University Brain Biodiversity Bank.
 
Includes musculoskeletal system, cardiovascular & respiratory systems, gastrointestinal systems, gastrointestinal system, reproductive & endocrine systems, nervous systems.  Free resource from the University of Michigan Medical School.
 
  • bonus plates
  • sample videos from Netter's online dissection modules by UNC at Chapel Hill
  • Atlas plate discussion videos
  • sample modules from Netter's correlative imaging series
  • 3D models and videos from Netter's 3D anatomy (skull, hand and wrist, heart)
An interactive online guide to the neurologic examination. Supplemental free resource to Blumenfeld's Neuroanatomy Through Clinical Cases, 2nd ed.

Pharmacology World (click to access)

To login from off campus: Select "with your TouroOne credentials", then enter your TouroOne username and password.

This resource provides access to over 50 videos covering the key concepts of pharmacology and all major drug classes. These videos are succinct and short, so you will be able to focus on the exact topics you need to cover. Developed by Dr. Michael W. Lee, who has been teaching pharmacology to hundreds of students for many years, his experience as an instructor has provided him with insight on the topics with which students have the most troubles. The videos provide simple, well-organized instruction on the most consistently problematic concepts in the field of pharmacology.

Videos include:

   

For more information on this resource, check out this handout.

 

Against All Odds : Inside Statistics (Annenberg Learner)

A video instructional series on statistics for college and high school classrooms and adult learners; 32 6- to 14-minute video modules and coordinated guides.

"Picking up where the original Against All Odds left off in the 1980s, the new series maintains the same emphasis on “doing” statistics. Each unit is based on a video module that introduces a statistical topic in real-world context and takes you on location to where people from all walks of life are using statistics in their work. Starting with descriptive statistics, the course continues through probability and inference. Examples range from finding patterns in lightning strikes, to examining possible genetic resistance to deadly Lassa fever in West Africa, to linking DDT to the decline of peregrine falcons. Online interactive tools allow students to practice and use whey they’ve learned." - Taken from website

What Is Statistics?

Stemplots

Histograms

Measures of Center

Boxplots

Standard Deviation

Normal Curves

Normal Calculations

Checking Assumption of Normality

Scatterplots

Fitting Lines To Data

Correlation

Two-Way Tables

The Question Of Causation

Designing Experiments

Census And Sampling

Sample And Surveys

Introduction To Probability

Probability Models

Random Variables

Binomial Distributions

Sampling Distributions

Control Charts

Confidence Intervals

Tests Of Significance

Small Sample Inference For One Mean

Comparing Two Means

Inference For Proportions

Inference For Two-Way Tables

Inference For Regression

One-Way ANOVA

Summary