Podcasts

Embryology podcast

The DGR module contained 11 embryology lectures, which I have supplemented with audio material: podcasts. How many students don't have an iPod or a smartphone? iTunes is a free download from Apple, and is useful for this type of material as Apple's AAC format allows me to include images that I can change during the podcast. As the podcasts are also encoded as MP3s pretty much any software or hardware "MP3 player" will play them. Podcasts will give you flexibility in learning, and allow you to listen to whatever you need whenever and wherever you can.

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MP3:

  • Embryology series intro
  • Intro to development
  • The first 18 days
  • Embryology of the gut
  • Musculoskeletal development
  • Endocrine embryology
  • Pharyngeal arches
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    Neuroscience podcast

    Phil Newton and I have begun a new podcast series in which Phil teaches me (a poor, simple anatomist) about the wonders of neuroscience. This podcast is linked to the Swansea University School of Medicine Neuroscience lecture series, but should be useful to medical students and others with an interest in neuroscience anywhere.

     

     

     

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    Anatomy Video podcast

    We are also recording anatomy podcasts. Some are in video, and some audio only. For the video you'll probably need to download Apple's Quicktime video player if they don't work for you immediately.

    Clinical Skills Video Podcast

    Although these videos were not recorded by me, a collection of clinical skills training videos are also available on iTunes from the link below.

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