An Easy Guide to Learning Anatomy and Physiology by Bruce ForcieaAn Easy Guide to Learning Anatomy and Physiology can really help to ease the struggle of learning anatomy and physiology. This book breaks down complex concepts by presenting a simplified version of the main idea (called the Big Picture) before getting into the details. Written in an easy to understand and humorous way, An Easy Learning Guide to Anatomy and Physiology covers many of the topics presented in a typical 2 semester sequence of anatomy and physiology courses. Over 200 colorful images help readers along. Review questions are included at the end of each chapter to test what youve learned. In fact, the author (a full-time college anatomy and physiology instructor) uses this book in his own classes. Perfect for allied health, nursing, pre-med, pre-physical therapy, biology, massage therapy, high school students and anyone interested in the human body.
Anatomy & Physiology Study Tips
To sweeten the deal, we asked a couple of those instructors how they feel about this compiled checklist. Bonus points if you can team up with the best notetakers in the class. Send each other marked up diagrams and help each other review. Even if you must miss a week of class because of the flu, a good study group will keep you up to date while you recover or bring you up to speed once you return. In Human Anatomy Atlas , you can make notes onto any view and save them for later. Both Langston and Abrahamson use Visible Body apps to allow their students to explore the human body in 3D.
Connect C. My Bookshelf C. Forgot your password? Don't have an account? Create an account now. As instructors, there are many things we can do to address these challenges.
Anatomy is one of the most difficult subjects you learn in vet school. Memorizing all the anatomical structures and their functions is tough enough as it is, but you have a number of other classes to study for as well! Talk about time management. This is key for making your life easier right before exams. Most of the time, cramming all that material results in storing the information in your short term memory, so you may do well on the exam, but you end up forgetting most of it shortly afterwards. The key here is making the time for studying, whether that be actually scheduling it into your weekly routine, or simply making sure to find time for it here and there. The way to avoid the issue with cramming is to make studying a habit and continuously review the material this means no procrastinating!