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Last Updated: Apr 21, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome to the Paramedic Studies Subject Guide

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What's new

The following two online resources relevant to Medicine are now available:

  • Medline via Ovid

  • Anatomy & Physiology Online
    Primal Pictures’ Anatomy & Physiology Online is a web-based interactive 3D anatomy resource for both teachers and students, with 20 interactive modules covering every body system with accurate and interactive 3D anatomy and media rich physiology content that is brings this complex subject to life.

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