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A Digital Revolution for Studying Human Anatomy

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Medical informatics experts want to bring the digital revolution to studying human anatomy.The BioDigital Human is a three-dimensional, fully interactive visualization program. While it won’t completely replace old-fashioned dissection, its users can explore a human body in ways not possible with a cadaver, much less a medical atlas.

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Medical OERs and Open Textbooks | College Open Textbooks Blog

Medical OERs and Open Textbooks | College Open Textbooks Blog | The 21st Century | Scoop.it

The cost of developing medical education resources can be quite high and is duplicated across institutions. Enabling national and global access to medical open educational resources (OERs), including open textbooks, has the potential for improving health education and delivery, reducing cost for development, and expanding access to instructional content.

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How social media helps us study rare diseases

How social media helps us study rare diseases | The 21st Century | Scoop.it
Mayo Clinic says online networking provides a novel way to recruit participants who are notoriously hard to track down when studying rare diseases. Read this blog post by Elizabeth Armstrong Moore on Health Tech.
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