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Teaching Physical Assessment Skills in New & Innovative Ways


The Interactive Guide to Physical Examination CD-ROM

This is a tool unlike any other because of its comprehensive scope and interactive format. The guide allows learners to "perform" a patient physical examination with just the click of the mouse. Learners can listen to breath sounds, watch the heart chambers at work, and take a person's blood pressure, among other exam tasks.

The guide includes eight basic physical examination areas: head and neck, pulmonary, cardiovascular, abdominal, musculosketal, neurologic, and male and female genitalia. Click here for more information on this educational product.


New! Online Training: Introduction to Herbs & Dietary Supplements Across the Lifespan

Herbs and supplements are the complementary therapies most often used by your patients. Based on NIH-funded research started at Harvard, the OSU Center for Integrative Health and Wellness has created 14 online modules offering CME credit for you.

This proven curriculum offers personalized training for family physicians. Topics include Safety, Women's Health, Colds and Flu, Enhancing Human Performance, Heart Health, Mental Health, GI conditions, and Pediatrics.

Visit http://herbs-supplements.osu.edu/ for more information.


The Ohio Center of Excellence for Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response

The mission of the proposed Center of Excellence for the Study of High Consequence Event Preparedness and Response is to investigate the risks, vulnerabilities, and consequences of potential terrorist events employing weapons of mass destruction; to specifically examine the preparedness and response posture of the United States, identifying and redressing gaps in the technical understanding of the deterrence, detection, use, response and long-term recovery from such weapons by a program of focused research.   Research ranges from highly technical engineering (e.g., state-of-the-art sensor development) and modeling/simulation to practical qualitative measures of response-plan adequacy. The research program is tightly coupled with both broad-based and specialized education programs for undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars.  The Center is a direct resource to the Department of Homeland Security, and in addition to research and education functions, provides independent assessments and expertise as requested. Click here for more information on this educational product.