Virtual Anatomy Center – Your Guide to Wolters Kluwer Online Anatomy Solutions
Online Anatomy Products
Every day around the world, healthcare professionals, students, and researchers are making important decisions on patient care and outcomes using our integrated solutions, premium content, and productivity tools. We provide Librarians with information and tools that help teach anatomy. Here are Anatomy resources that can be used by faculty and students. Contact your local representative for more details on any of these products.
The perfect visual complement to textbook learning. Ideal for students and instructors across a range of specialties and programs—Physical and Occupational Therapy, Dentistry (head and neck), Medical School, Nursing and Physician Assistant—it’s organized into 5 volumes by body region.
Grant’s Anatomy Lab is a customizable online lab manual based on Grant’s Dissector and Grant’s Atlas of Anatomy. Instructors can edit the current Grant's Dissector content to best suit the needs of their specific courses and students and publish updates to each class on a timely basis.
Choose from 4 collections of textbooks from Lippincott Williams & Wilkins ideal for faculty and students at medical schools as well as physician assistant programs and physical and osteopathic therapy programs.
This 3D interactive anatomy visualization and education tool challenges students, faculty, clinicians, or research scientists to explore the human body from head to toe via thousands of interactive anatomical structures.
Ideal for healthcare professionals and students for learning, reference and patient education, this 3D interactive specialty module illustrates the basic movement of a variety of muscles throughout the human body as they interact with bone, nerves, and ligaments.
Often used as a complement or supplement to a 2-semester A&P course, this interactive 3D teaching resource is comprised of 50 modules that incorporate 3D models, illustrations, and animations to present core content of basic anatomy and physiology courses at a university, vocational school, or community college.