Anatomy Flashcards: 300 Flashcards with Anatomically Precise Drawings and Exhaustive Descriptions + 10 Customizable Bonus Cards and Sorting Ring for Custom Study (Cards)
Kaplan Medical's Anatomy Flashcards are designed to help you master the structures and systems of the human body. Whether you're pre-health student or just interested in learning about human anatomy, you can review on-the-go with 300 detailed, full-color cards.
- 300 durable flashcards with full-color, anatomically precise illustrations
- In-depth anatomical descriptions on the reverse side of each card
- Organized by anatomical system, with tab-cut and color-coded cards for topic selection at a glance
- New hole punch & ring to help you carry a custom-selected set of cards
- New “Active Learning” section with tips to maximize retention through multiple learning channels
- 10 bonus coloring cards to color, label, and self-quiz for the ultimate in academic engagement and recall
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About the Author
Stephanie McCann, MA, is an independent medical and scientific illustrator with 30 years of experience. She received an MA in Medical and Biological Illustration from The Johns Hopkins University and a BA in Fine Arts from the University of California, Santa Cruz. She is an instructor at Santa Barbara City College, currently teaching digital drawing (Multimedia Arts and Technology Department) and previously teaching biological illustration (Biology Department).
Joanne Tillotson, PhD, is associate professor emerita at Purchase College, State University of New York, where she taught undergraduate biology. She received the Pedagogy Award for innovative use of technology and the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. Since retirement, she has contributed to curriculum revisions for Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine. Dr. Tillotson received her BS degree in biology from the University of Dubuque and her PhD in biochemistry from Michigan State University.