Complete Anatomy are delighted to announce a NEW course has arrived on the platform: Emergency Medicine & Trauma. Created by Professor Paul M. Rea of the University of Glasgow, this Course is designed to develop your anatomical knowledge in order to solve clinically-related problems in a relevant and applied immediate setting.
The Course works through a typical emergency room presentation involving a patient involved in a road accident. The applied clinical application presented here will enable you to explore relevant anatomy through a systematic and logical approach, with specific relevance to an emergency situation. The Course examines clinically-applied anatomy and how you can relate it to real life scenarios which typically present to an emergency facility.
After completing this course you will be able to:
- Correlate human anatomy to a typical emergency presentation related to clinical conditions and applied procedures.
- Work through an extended case with clinical signs and symptoms presented.
- Undertake an in-depth clinically applied anatomical study and linking what presents to the clinician with the underlying, and related, anatomy.
- Understand how clinical signs and symptoms happen due to disruption of the typical anatomical layout of the human body.
About the Author
Professor Paul M. Rea is a Professor of Digital and Anatomical Education. He leads product design and development for digital products and runs the postgraduate taught MSc Medical Visualization and Human Anatomy at the University of Glasgow. He is a medically qualified clinical and digital anatomist and has numerous educational and scientific qualifications. He has several fellowships across the arts, science and educational fields and is a leader in the application of digital technologies in anatomical and biomedical visualization.
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