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Ken Ashwell, BMedSc, MBBS, PhD - All books by this author
Available in APRIL 2018
Learn human anatomy while you color! Learning and naming the many parts and systems of the human body can be a daunting task for student nurses, as well as for other students preparing for careers in the various scientific and medical professions. This highly original book helps make learning a great deal easier. Hundreds of anatomically accurate line illustrations show human body parts and readers are encouraged to shade them in with colored pencils. It's a simple physical task intended to imprint on students' memories the shape and location of each body part, making later visualization and memory retention much easier. The book has a spiral binding hidden beneath the cover's spine so that pages lie flat for easy coloring. Other features include:
- New to this edition: clinical points text boxes to illustrate the medical significance of the structure under study
- 16 new pages of text
- Extra-heavy paper that minimizes show-through
- Every body system and part presented
- All parts labeled with correct anatomical names
The Anatomy Student's Self-Test Coloring Book is a must-have learning tool for all students and practitioners who require detailed anatomical knowledge. In addition to a substantial and instructive text, it features 144 two-color pages.
About The Author:
Ken Ashwell, BMedSc, MBBS, PhD, is Professor of Anatomy in the School of Medical Sciences at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. Ken has been teaching anatomy to medical, healthcare, exercise, and science students since 1984, and maintains an active involvement in research on brain development and brain evolution. He has written several books including Pocket Anatomy and Physiology, and acted as consultant editor for The Studentís Anatomy of Exercise Manual and The Studentís Anatomy of Stretching Manual, as well as the bestselling Anatomica. is the Professor of Pediatrics, Medicine, and Neurobiology and Anatomy in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Dr. Albertine has taught human gross anatomy for more than 25 years and is the Editor-in-Chief of the Anatomical Record.
Paperback w/hidden spiral binding / 192 Pages / 9 1/4 x 10 3/4 / 2018