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Nursing and Allied Health: Anatomage Video Training

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Cornell Note Taking Method

 

diagram illustrating the Cornell note taking method: a 2.5 inch cue column on the left, a 6 inch note taking area on the right, and a 2 inch summary area at the bottom of the pageNote Taking Area: Record lecture as fully and as meaningfully as possible.

Cue Column: As you're taking notes, keep cue column empty. Soon after the lecture, reduce your notes to concise jottings as clues for Reciting, Reviewing, and Reflecting.

Summaries: Sum up each page of your notes in a sentence or two.

This format provides the perfect opportunity for following through with the 5 R's of note-taking:

  • Record
    During the lecture, record in the main column as many meaningful facts and ideas as you can. Write legibly.
  • Reduce
    As soon after as possible, summarize these facts and ideas concisely in the Cue Column. Summarizing clarifies meanings and relationships, reinforces continuity, and strengthens memory.
  • Recite
    Cover the Note Taking Area, using only your jottings in the Cue Column, say over the facts and ideas of the lecture as fully as you can, not mechanically, but in your own words. Then, verify what you have said.
  • Reflect
    Draw out opinions from your notes and use them as a starting point for your own reflections on the course and how it relates to your other courses. Reflection will help prevent ideas from being inert and soon forgotten.
  • Review
    Spend 10 minutes every week in quick review of your notes, and you will retain most of what you have learned.

Adapted from How to Study in College 7/e by Walter Pauk, 2001 Houghton Mifflin Company

Visible Human Project

 

“The most detailed reconstruction of the human body ever made by using ultrathin slices of cadavers.”

The National Library of Medicine (NLM) Virtual Human Project (VHP) grants researchers and medical practitioners a revolutionized way to study anatomy. Virtually, 10 times more information than you’d get from an MRI scan.   The Visible Human Project took on the task of creating the world’s most detailed digital body by documenting a comprehensive collection of cross-sectional images. The Visible Human Project is an effort to create a detailed data set of cross-sectional photographs of the human body, in order to facilitate anatomy visualization applications. The male’s frozen cadaver was dissected into 1-mm-thick slices, and the woman’s cadaver was sectioned just one-third of a millimeter. These detailed images accomplish VHP’s goal of transforming medical education.

More information:

Street Anatomy: The Bioethics of Using Human Cadavers

Visible Human Project Applications

Visible Human Project Animations

A Fly-Through of the Human Body

MRRF DICOM Images

Reconstructing a Murderer - Visible Human Project: Living Bodies (7:51 minutes: very graphic)

 

 

Automage Table Clinical - Anatomage 6.0

 

Before beginning your first case on Anatomage 6.0, become familiar with the way the software works.  A brief introductory in-service training is included below and also located in the Anatomage Guide. For other questions or to schedule the Anatomage room,, contact the Shreveport Anatomage Lead Instructor, Debbie McGinnis, RN. Students must be accompanied by a learned faculty member.

 

 

Anatomage Table: Video 1 - How to Use the Toolbar 6.0
Anatomage Table: Video 2 - How to Locate Structures 6.0 ( 1.49 min.)
Anatomage Table: Video 3 - How to Remove Structures 6.0 (4:57 minutes)
Anatomage Table: Video 4 - How to Label Structures 6.0  (4:51 minutes)
Anatomage Table: Video 5 - How to Save Presets and Screen Captures 6.0 (2:37 minutes)
Anatomage Table: Video 6 - How to Quiz Students 6.0 (4:03 minutes)
Anatomage Table: Video 9 - Using the Case Library 6.0 and DICOMS  (7:51 minutes)
Anatomage Table: Video 9 - Layout Menu 6.0 and Fly Through the Curved Planar Viewer  (2:33 minutes)
Anatomage Table: Video 7 - Using the Table for Self Study 6.0 (7:25 ,minutes)
Anatomage Table: Video 9 - Layout Menu 6.0 and 3D:2D Histology Layouts  (2:43 minutes)
Anatomage Table: Video 8 - How to Prepare Lecture Materials 6.0 (3:03,minutes)

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