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Medicine: Review Tools

Visible Body

In Visible Body you can find quizzes in the different modules.

Heart and Circulatory Premium Collection: Quizzes on Systemic Arteries, Systemic Veins, Heart and Pulmonary Circulation.

Human Anatomy Atlas: Quizzes specifically relevant to learning anatomy.

Skeletal Premium: Quizzes on the Skull, Axial Skeleton and Appendicular Skeleton.

Muscle Premium: Quizzes on Head and Neck, Shoulder, Upper Limbs, Abdomen, Spine and Back, Pelvis and Lower Limbs.

Access Medicine

You will need to create an free account to access the study resources in Access Medicine. 

How to Set Up Your MyAccess Profile in 3 Easy Steps:

  1. Click on “sign in” next to Charles Sturt Univesity in the upper right-hand corner of any page. Once there, click on “Create a Free MyAccess Profile.”
  2. In the pop-up window, click “Create a Free MyAccess Profile.” Complete the registration form and select “Create Profile.”

You can find:

  1. Clerkship Topics
  2. Flash Cards
  3. Play Showdown
  4. Review Questions


Internet Resources

Anatomy TV

Anatomy TV includes a number of self-test option. 

  • The Anatomy and Physiology Module includes quizzes 
  • Quizzing includes a 3D Anatomy Quiz featuring What is, Where is quiz questions
  • PALMS are perceptual and adaptive Learning Modules that pics up what you know and what you need to get better at.

Anatomy PALMs: Introduction

PALMs (Perceptual and Adaptive Learning Modules) is a learning and teaching system that can be used within Anatomy.TV.

To access PALMs, open Anatomy.TV and select the Learning and Assessment (PALMs) link from the left hand menu. Select Log in/register to access PALMs. The first time you use PALMs you will need to Sign up with an email address and password; otherwise select Log in to continue.

Subject Coordinators with an Instructor account in PALMs can set up a "class", enrol students, and monitor student progress. To register as an instructor, please contact a member of the Library's Faculty Teams.

Students can register as a guest in PALMs, with an email address and password (as noted above). Students can then join a "class" within PALMs, using a code supplied by the Subject Coordinator/Instructor.

For more information on how to use PALMs, including a training video and FAQs, go to Anatomy PALMs Help.

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