Budding health care professionals at the ECU Division of Health Sciences can now get a closer look at the human bodies they’ll soon be treating – without having to step foot in a clinic.
For a limited time, Laupus Library is providing students and faculty with full premium access to e-Anatomy, the most complete atlas of human anatomy available. During this trial period, the DHS community can explore the complete database of images, scans, and 40 section-specific image modules not available through the free version we normally host.
Medical and allied health students in particular will enjoy having more than 375,000 anatomic structures and a plethora of images – including CT, MRI, Radiographs, Anatomic diagrams and nuclear images – at their fingertips. The interactive collection gives users an up-close look into thousands of labelled anatomical parts they will examine as healthcare professionals.
The full version of e-Anatomy can be viewed by DHS students and faculty here: https://www.lib.ecu.edu/databases/view/137. We encourage students and faculty to take full advantage of this opportunity, as we will be gathering feedback before the trial ends at the end of February. Feedback can be sent via liaisons or direct to Beth Ketterman at email@example.com.
–Kelly R. Dilda