A brand new learning video to support the new search interface for thecochranelibrary.com is now available and free to use. It supports the existing introduction to Cochrane video, both tutorials can be accessed by following the below links:
What is it and how can it help me?
Primal Pictures (Anatomy.tv), produced by Primal Pictures (http://www.primalpictures.com/), provides a very detailed interactive model of the human anatomy, and features 3-D animations that illustrate function, biomechanics, and surgical procedures. The software allows you to rotate structures, manipulate the images, and view different layers to provide a cross-sectional view of different parts of the anatomy. Clinical videos and textual descriptions by leading specialists supplement the animations and models. Interactive learning modules covering basic human anatomy focus on one or more areas of the body, from a generalist’s or specialist’s perspective. Quizzes are also included to test knowledge.
What is the coverage?
Modules cover the following topics:
3D Head & Neck with Basic Neuroanatomy
Interactive Head & Neck
Interactive Spine including a Clinical & Chiropractic Editions
Interactive Shoulder including a Sports Injuries Edition
Interactive Thorax & Abdomen
Primary Hip Arthroplasty
Interactive Pelvis & Perineum
Interactive Knee including a Surgery Edition
Primary Knee Arthroplasty
Interactive Knee including a Sports Injuries Edition
Interactive Foot & Ankle including a Sports Injuries Edition
Podiatric Medicine & Surgery
Interactive Hand including a Therapy Edition
Interactive Functional Anatomy
Complete Human Anatomy Study Guide
Anatomy for Acupuncture
How do I access it?
Primal Pictures is available within Ovid Online. Various routes are possible:
– For on-site access direct link here
– Login to MyAthens; from the Resources tab, select Ovid Online, from the list of databases, select Primal Pictures.
– Via the Library website > Databases
It is also available to St. George’s Hospital staff via Ovid Online with your NHS Athens password
Can I re-use any of the Primal Pictures content?
For educational use only by University staff and students, images, videos, text etc can be copied and used in documents, presentations, but please acknowledge the source.
In addition, content can also be used in Moodle or the University Intranet/Portal. Please note that if we cancel our subscription to Primal Pictures then any online content must be removed.