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Prof. Geoffrey Meyer works at the School of Anatomy, Physiology and Human Biology at the University of Western Australia.
He is the Coordinator for Histology on the Federative International Program for Anatomical Terminologies (FIPAT) of the International Federation of Associations of Anatomists (IFAA).
Professor Meyer is also the creator of “Meyer’s Histology” (http://histology-online.com) and, in collaboration with Professor John Campbell and Michael Hall, has provided an extensive collection of learning and teaching resources to deliver a histology course completely available online. Geoffrey Meyer’s research activities focus on developing innovative, computer-aided learning and teaching tools.
He has received a number of awards for his work, including the Australian University Teaching Award.
In 2006, and again in 2014, he received UWA Teaching Fellowships. Professor Meyer was also awarded a prestigious ALTC (Australian Learning and Teaching Council) Fellowship in 2009 and is currently the Project Leader on ALTC Project Grants.
Dr. Craig Canby is Professor of Anatomy at Des Moines University in Iowa. He studied Biology and Chemistry at the Iowa Wesleyan College and later got his Ph.D. in Anatomy at the University of Iowa.
Canby has received many awards and honors for his work including the DPT Class of 2008 Teaching Excellence Award and the Award Hancher Finkbine Medallion.
His research is especially focused on anatomical variations and technology-enabled student learning.
Dr. James Pickering did his Ph.D. at the University of Leeds where he currently works as Associate Professor in Anatomy. He has made various publications on the human anatomy, such as "Access Anatomy: Abdomen", and is heavily involved in the delivery of anatomy teaching to medical, dental and intercalating students.
He regularly uses various modern learning tools to a great extent and was therefore rewarded as "The Most Innovative Teacher of the Year 2014" and "Learning Technologist of the Year 2014" by the Association of Learning Technologists. Additionally, he also received the "University of Leeds Teaching Award".
Amongst others, he currently researches contemporary methods of learning, e. g. the use of blended learning resources on student engagement and assessment, or the screencast as a method of consolidation as well as revision.
You probably know MD Edward Goljan and his Rapid Review Pathology Series. But do you know the "new" Goljan? His name is Carlo Raj and he is currently following his mentor's footsteps by presenting you pathology as you have never experienced before.
Carlo Raj has earned his MD at the Medical University of the Americas (MUA) and continued his medical career as international lecturer and author—both assisting MD Edward Goljan and later on his own. Today he is CEO of Indus Intellect, whose goal it is to spread medical knowledge across the globe.
Dr. Shukle is a board certified specialist in internal medicine. He runs one of the largest specialty practices in Ontario, Canada. His area of interest is the stroke and heart attack reduction in high risk patients.
He owns and runs a full functioning cardiac and diabetes suite that includes diagnostics, diet counseling, exercise counseling, and lifestyle support for patients with diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and arrhythmia. He is one of Canada’s most popular speakers. He performs over 150 special lectures across the nation each year with various audiences ranging from the general public, to nurses, to physicians, to medical specialists. His lectures are engaging, funny, and informative. In 2016, Dr. Shukle will be conducting a TED talk on using DNA as a memory storage medium.
Peter J. Ward, Ph.D. has been teaching embryology, anatomy, histology, and neuroscience since 2005. He attended Carnegie Mellon University and later earned a Ph.D. in medical anatomy education from Purdue University. Dr. Ward enjoys finding ways to simplify the complex processes involved in human development and highlights the clinically-important aspects of embryology. Throughout these lectures, Dr. Ward shows how embryonic structures morph into the mature organs and other structures of the human body.
After graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, Dr. Ossareh obtained his Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree at the University of California, Irvine and simultaneously obtained his Master of Business Administration (M.B.A) degree at the University of California, Irvine. Dr. Ossareh completed his General Neurology Residency at the LAC+USC Medical Center in Los Angeles, California and then completed a Vascular Neurology Fellowship at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Ossareh is a practicing Vascular Neurologist in Southern California. Throughout his years of academic and clinical training, Dr. Ossareh has created and continues to operate the original YouTube Channel for pre-med and medical students. Given Dr. Ossareh's years of experience in medical education, students will benefit from his practical knowledge base and obtain unique insights into the life of a medical student and receive priceless pearls of wisdom to carry in the practice of medicine.
Beautiful, well organised and well explained. Especially the well organised :))
I agree that using a pointer might help, but the way he is describing the structures makes it very clear where to look to, so I don't agree at all with the 2-star rating. Also, the rest is very informative and nicely explained.
Well, I find it more useful. I got what I want from this lecture.
very minimal interactive video. I could have read all that.
Beautiful, well organised and well explained. Especially the well organised :))
I agree that using a pointer might help, but the way he is describing the structures makes it very clear where to look to, so I don't agree at all with the 2-star rating. Also, the rest is very informative and nicely explained.
Well, I find it more useful. I got what I want from this lecture.
very minimal interactive video. I could have read all that.
Upper Limb Anatomy has a lot of detailed information and covered topic really well. Great job!.
made things clear and easy to learn in a short time
I really liked the videos especially the feature of 3D learning that amazing. That's what make me rate it 5 starts
I am very impressed. It's very good. Thank you very much.
nicely explained good explanation clear image excellent narration powered content
Images are too small. This is ridiculous, what a joke!
One needs a really freshened mind to grasp this. I think I need more time on this. Perhaps more illustration and pictures demonstrating the various skin conditions discussed would be beneficial!
it was very nice. perhaps with addition of some clinical examples at the end of each topic, it would be awesome.
Please increase the level of detail, nothing wrong with the teaching methods- they are very good
Nice explanation and diagrams. Even the 3D model is very helpful in understanding concepts
Like it very much,It is so much helpful and is very supportive
Elegí esta calificación porque explicó de forma sensilla de entener y recordar lo básico del desarrollo y patologias de los arcos faríngeos, ahora queda ib¿vestigar más sobre dicha información. Me gustó que pone la variedad y cantidad de imagenes que proyecta justo en el momento exacto que explica, eso hace más entendible la conferencia. Recomendaría este vídeos a mis compañeros de facultad.
The picture was not as clear while he was pointing to it
elegí esta calificación por que considero que las imágenes explican muy bien lo que explica el profesor.
Greatly assisted me in identifying the structure and function of bone organelles
Good but i wish number of questions increase because at last thy help us understand more
Great job as usual Dr James! also great work compressing all theses information into 1:20 mins! As someone with a short attention span this helps me alot
GREAT LECTURE ???????? first time rating a lecture, I think submitting a detailed review should be optional because maybe I just liked the lecture and wanted to give it a five stars and get back to studying!
Thank you for this video, loved how concise and precise it was
thnak u that perfect thnak u that perfect thnak u that perfect thnak u that perfect
The course is very good.The subtitles is a bit bad(for Turkish) but I can understand because it is auto generated.Except for subtitles the other things is very good.The teacher tells calmly and clearly. I think teacher can use more picture or 3D systems.
Very thorough and easy to understand. Explained the structures really well.
This is a wonderful platform for the medical and pre medical students.I love the way the lecturers dissect anatomy to my understanding and also the quiz banks for testing ones comprehension of various subjects that are taught.It's really a great app,
Everything is well explained with picture illustrations, have made it even more easy to retain.
Good lecture, liked the general overview and structure. Happy that i found it.
All of the lectures by prof. Meyer are absolute blast and great experience.
Dr. James Pickering, He is so captivating and engaging. Am honored to learn from him.
It's informatve. It has all the essential contents that one would seek for to understand the anatomy of the lower limb.
really well explained, repetition really helps the knowledge stick. explaining rather than just reading off the screen really helps swell
Because I clearly understood everything,the pictures where just clear and well labeled.
The whole series of lectures on embriology are top noch.
Wonderful lectures! Thanks so much for the opportunity to learn the basics in an accelerated format! Excellent coverage of the most poignant and interrelated concepts of the upper limb anatomy!! :)
Good clear explanation of all the small muscles in the hand.
Images are small and kindly make the curser bigger and point out to proper location of interest. Otherwise excellent explanation.
This video is not very clear. Not sure how useful/necessary it is.
it was great to hear your story this makes the lecture even more interesting
Nice video, would appreciate bigger images to observe surface landmarks clearly, thanks!
Really clear explanation, not bulky yet almost exhaustive. I wish there were an accompanying atlas, I mean real disection showing the discussed content. I think it's really important for better grasp of the concept. Thanks, Aron Okwir, Uganda.
So far this lecture series has been good but this particular lecture is so hard to follow. The explanations aren't clear, and the professor not pointing out anything is a problem. This has been pointed out in previous lectures as well, and the explanation given is that it's better for us if we try to find it ourselves. This is the first time we are coming across structures like this. It would be better if the professor at least points out an example to us for the first time and then allows us to identify it ourselves later. Otherwise, these lectures have been good except for this one.
It help me to go forward and to track my progress
I did like this course but in some cases, I wish the images were larger as I had to keep referring back to my netter because the ones shown were not clear enough. I also wish that the professor show the movements when talking about what action each muscle does, whether through a picture or just simply showing them himself.
Great review of the lumbar, sacral and coccygeal vertebrae. Thank you very much!
Simple and provides examples. Not packed with unwanted info. highly recommend.
I have rated this topic 5 stars because it is clear and easy to understand. In addition, it is easy to memorize because of the way it has been exposed.
The lecture was great, I would appreciate if there is highlighting of the specific structures mentioned in the video. An arrow pointing to the structure sometimes does not suffice. Thank you very much!
Hola! No han solucionado el problema y se los avisaron hace 4 meses. 4 months ago Soe S. said you that the transcription has a problem of 1 minute of length.
very nice, I wish there was a pointer or a cursor when he was mentioning specific things from the diagrams shown on the screen. Otherwise, a very nice way of explaining
I would like to go deeper into each topic or to recommend additional reading at the end of the class.
great lecture , precisely and simply explained BUT a bit clinical should be added along with the osteology
He is a good teaching, his style of teaching is great.
Great visuals and expert instruction that included all pertinent information.
good, organized , very informative. first time to study anatomy and find it very helpful and gain a lot of information
Excellent course. Clear explanations, precise details, very illustrative . If anyone wants to learn anatomy must learn wit proffessor Pickering
Very effective way to learn the most important topic to prepare for board exam . The instructors are clear and good in their explanation for difficult topic . I will recommend it to any one who willing to pass board exam.
terrible again... not even written what kind of joint it is!!
it is completely useless. no bursae even mentioned! there is no description of any of the things mentioned. Very disappointing, the joint in general are not well described
Well understand his lecture, and He is talking slowly and patiently.
This lecture alone makes me want to recommend Lecturio to my peers.
Professor Pickering is amazing. The way he explains every structure he is talking about is incredible and makes us truly learn and feel immersed in the lecture.
superb lectures with transcript, 3d models and as many study resources.
I very much like the style of presentation and explanations,,I WOULD RECOMMEND IT TO all interested in studying medicine,it’s a gem of knowledge.
Very informative, high yield and easy to understand whether you’re learning it for the first time or just reviewing
good lecture, like the breakdown of structures and in relation to other ones.
Dr. Pickering has made this so easy to digest, understand and imagine. Have been struggling for days on this topic as well as lower limbs in general.
Excellent course about upper limb anatomy, taught by an excellent professor
I really liked the lectures and really thankful to y'all. It would be so much better if y'all show some real bones too...Anyways these lessons really helped me a lot :)
wonderful explanation about bone structure and the need of light bone to make it easy to move
great to keep up with, love the questions after the video, wish there was more though
Outstanding review of connective tissue! These videos are helping me get so much more out of my studies!
I like a lot the examples of each type of muscle fiber
Thanks for emphasizing thing like sparing nasolabial folds. I think it is extremely important to emphasize valuable high-yield thing for better remembering.
Good concise contents covering a lot of common conditions Dr Raj is a brilliant lecturer and would like to see more of his work in the future
It really explains the movement really well. step by step of each joint
I rate this as five stars .Help me alot as starting new anatomy topics.Highly recommended to new students
Because it has real all required teachings that accompany with better illustrations and question at the end to improve and measure understanding!
very well structured, I like the streight to the point style
Easy to follow lectures and also comprehesive lecture required for step 1 USMLE .
Each section was very concise and reminded me of details that I had forgotten. It also taught me the clinical application for each injury/condition. I use these as a supplement to my medical school lectures which I don't have time to rewatch 2 hours of lecture for 3 classes/day. It's also very helpful that each quiz is linked to the relevant material that I need to know.
I like the way benign nevi was explained, start with the definition and the different categories.... Perfect!
Great video on precursor lesions, RF and differential diagnosis for Melanoma.
its somehow good but need little speed when explaining not that fast tho
Everything was clearly explained, especially helpful in the times of the pandemic. Thank you very much professor!
Nicely explained , i love how the professor repeats important points time and again, could use better diagrams or more visualization though
one of the best anatomy professor ,thank you so much sir for your dedication and hard work and indeed many thanks to this organization LECTURIO keep it up guys !
the slides are clear,the lecturer is passionate and has energy .I used to think anatomy is hell but my perpective has changed
You did an amazing hard work to creat this great lecture. You could involve the most important information in only 14 minutes and the same time the lecture is very simple and interesting. Thank you very much professor Craig Canby
Excellent lectures from the best professional. Thanks a lot for your great help in learning so difficult topics
Thank you for your wonderful lectures, very easy to remember the topic after listening you
amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing
nowhere near enough detail, too brief to explain the knee joint
No advice to give. Good detail and pace and easy to follow
hi I interestingly have heard these lectures, the explanations were attractive and full of information about the lower limb anatomy for learners.
great work, u made antomy so easy especialy with the diagrams.but SIR u should discuss some clinical a bit with joints and osteology on a pre-clinical level
I understood clearly this lesson about the posterior spaces of axyla
He is so boring and just reads what it is written
I really enjoy the teaching style. Easy to follow and remember. Even when doing questions - I can remember Dr Raj mentioning it. It is easy to get introduced and get comfortable with a wide variety of topics. Would have like to know of Lecturio much sooner.
Carlo - you are great as a teacher - probably a wonderful doctor. I always had trouble remembering differences as a doctor - you make it easy.
Summarized very nicely ????????I loved the way he made it look simple
The digital background is not apealing,each disease is scattered through no of slides intead of just one slide which would be helpful for review.
best lecturer on Lecturio - so refreshing to have a lecturer with passion and a personality! No ego getting in the way of his fantastic lectures - a very rare thing indeed!
Really found this clear and I have learned that there are compartments of stem cells in our body (intestine and perycites)
Spoken text is fine. The illustrations used have too small-fonted text making it difficult to read labels, especially on slides with many labels.
Great lecturer, can't recommend enough. I like his enthusiasm and clarity.
Simple, elegant, and easily gets to the point. Great lecturer.
It is an unbelievably easy and organized explanation. It is an excellent presentation.
there is not any lectures about cranial bones ? think cranial bones are one of the most important part about bones ? wish you add a lecture about it
Like the emphasis this instructor puts on the important things.
Brilliant letter and word memo techniques presented, which make memorising this confusing content a lot easier!
Dr. Ward is excellent! I thoroughly enjoy his lectures and feel well-versed in the subject after watching and listening to his explanations. Thank you!
In a short time you have a good content. And it has English subtitle.
idk what the below review is talking about, this is clearly an introduction-style lecture and it's been done well. does well to get cogs whirring
Not very good. He's just spouting out facts, sounds like he's probably reading from a teleprompter.
I consider it a ery shallow lecture, with very little info about costal attachemnts of the intercostal muscles, they don even show a sagital cut of the ribs to understand better the intercostal muscle attachemnts and origin.
Anatomy is explained best with annotated images and pointers on the various parts as the lecturer speaks. Not through tabulation of facts.
I started taking these classes beforehand since our course is only gonna start at Sept ao thought of studying something beforehand so I don't sit clueless once the classes begin. it's highly helpful and very well organized to follow even though you don't know anything about the topics .it everything from the basics in great detail and that's why I followed the lectures using the free trial.i do wish to access the rest of the lectures but since it requires payment I pulled back since I'm not currently that financially sound to make the payment since the college fee requires a lot of money.i wish I had free access to all the lectures .I've searched for good lectures online and I find lecturio the most promising online lecture class with precisely organized manner of classes and slides and even the diagram s and 3d models.hoping for more from you .at least make some more videos open to free access.a request from a beginner student.with lots of gratitude Been
Concise and informative. Clearly differentiates disorders. Important points covered without missing anything
Because it has all the information i need and am understanding easily
This teacher has a style of teaching that makes people retain facts better like the way he pats the liver to say beware of liver disease and his way of pressing certain words is certainly helping to reckon better, thank you, sir.
CT proper: mesenchyme, lax fibrillary, dense fibrillary, reticular, elastic, adipose and pigment. Supporting CT: cartilage and bone. Trophic CT: blood and lymph.
Needs to use pointer during lecture. He's telling us to look at something but he's not pointing it out.
Good pictures Understanding the way he teaches Slow and steady
manageable amount, not too long but goes into enough depth speed of speech is nice and easy to understand - not too fast
very well explained and is easy to understand, the graphics were very clear and it was synchronized with the explanation , I would definitely like to watch another lecture from Mr.Thad Wilson.
It was a great source of info I just wish it more of a deeper source rather than a sort of overview
I felt like I was sitting in the classroom with the lecturer. He taught with precision and knowledge that I can easily guess what a histologic slide is with his explanations. Very grateful for this lecture
The derm lectures have been surprisingly helpful and as always Dr Raj keeps it clear, funny, and to the point.
Made personally complicated and hard-to-take-in material very clear for me. It was very helpful with the definitions of the histological terms and summarized the skin topic very well. I am getting ready for my first histology exam and this video helped a lot!
no pathophysiology, epidemiology and risks explained explanations are shallow, very hastily spoken and with very little extra info. Not happy with this course
He is always clear in his lectures and is easy to understand him
Dr. Pickering's lectures are great. He focuses on what's important and everything is exceptionally well organized. The only thing I would add to the lectures is various mnemonics available for the upper limb.
Just AMAZING!!!! Thank you Dr Peter for making this lecture so easy. This made me understand more rather than mugging up the derivatives.
Thank u very much that was very helpful and u made it very clear.
very interesting lecture and good lecturer I have benefited really , good luck
because it more fun than going through the anatomy book
it was clear and concise easy to understand key points layed out very well
Very nice presentation of the shoulder by Dr James Pickering. Highly recommended!
I think that this lesson was very interesting and easy to understand. 5 starts out of 5.
I wish you would have gone into more detail with chickenpox. I know it might not be as common in the US but a lot of people use lecturio for other international tests and chickenpox is still a big deal here (both in clinical practice and licensing exams)
i thought the course was very in depth and easy to understand.
Very simple and easy to understand , it saved me a lot of time.
It helped me to gain knowledge in embryology.....Awesome videos N slides
Please, stop speaking in such a monotone way. It gets people bored.
i very much like how Dr James presents his work to everyone around him
Currently reviewing for my 3rd year of Medicine. Looking back even as much as osteology solidifies my knowledge in other aspects of muscle physiology and pathology. Dr. Pickering does a very good job of keeping you up to date and on pace
very clear and neat explanation. understood the material from the first replay
From my point of view, this lecture is an amazing clear presentation about angioedema . This lecture discribes in many ways and from several point of views the struggles and the look outs about this condition and illness. Also, a fresh way for (becoming) docters to make it not so difficult for them working together with the patient, with this clear and vivid diagram. It is possible to check the "boxes" together because of the clear way of putting it all out there. People could recognize the specifics of the illness.
simple and sorted. well explained and very good concept builder
Good brief overview of the knee joint but I wish the lecturer would have gone more in-depth about the menisci, and the rotational and translational movements of the knee.
similar to Upper Limb; layout & structure of course is quite good. concise & detailed. but the images & diagrams used truly do have very small labels, often making them useful. The lecturer uses the cursor here and then but thats not conducive to great learning either. you really need to be visualising these structures in a large & clear format. Another point would be to include some mnemonics! it is no secret that these are one of the most useful tools for anatomy students in remembering complex structures, so why omit them? a final criticism is that it just lacks some more clinical relevance.
speaks very clearly and has good explanations and terminology is delivered clearly
So well organized and clearly explained! The way you organize the material makes anatomy reasonable... the puzzle pieces fit.
Excellent lecture about the clavicle -- key landmarks are highlighted and the compare/contrast of superior and inferior views is extremely helpful.
Very clear lecture and excellent intro to osteology of the arm.
Straightforward and extremely well organized. I like the way he relates parts of anatomy to one another.
Very clear and concise lectures, explained well with appropriate amount of detail - nothing is left unexplained and it never feels too complicated. The diagrams used are very informative and useful as well.
because i learnt alot from it which i could not easily understand while reading
i enjoyed the explanations , especially those of the z line , m line, light & dark bands
I could not follow along very well, i did not feel very connected
Cristal clear to understand and well organized material. This lecture series help us to learn anatomy interestingly.
Helped me a TON! Great quick easy overview of the Scapular bone, and was much easier to learn and understnad throughout this video. Much better understandment than my antomy class.
I am really enjoying this, helps me understand better and it makes it possible to review after I have had a lecture at my university or even before.
It’s very good I really enjoyed this lecture.the study of way is very good
simple, understandable, comprehensive . im looking forward into details on the anatomical structures of the limbs
NICE LECTURE, short and understandable. feels like information is not enough. anyway, it's a good lecture. thank you, doctor Carlo.
very good lecturer also listen?ng at 1.25x speed works well. I recommend it.
Although a shorter one compared to the other videos, this was comprehensive and concise. I just hope they have a zoomed in/focused photo of the specific areas of the bones so it would be much clearer to identify the features.
Very thorough explanation of the important structures found in the humerus. Recommended for medical students especially those who learn visually. Thank you, Dr. Pickering.
This was a clear and organized lecture by Dr. Pickering. Much appreciated.
Dr. Pickering is clear and concise. This has been very helpful
TOP stuff ! I wish my lecturer was like that because you are amazing
this article handles the explanation for skin layers; which I find as the hardest of the topics, in a well organised and logically acceptable building. It is really interesting to read. It summarizes the topic but without the loss of any crucial information. Also, the use of well-labelled pictures and microscopic slides is a plus and catalyse the understanding. I would recommend this to my premedical colleagues.
I think he is one of the top lectures that have a particularly unique way in gaining attention. Kudos
Becoz it tell us everything about venous drainage and the language used was way much more easier than most of the recommended books and even our teachers
This lecture is easy to memorize and understand, also it has accurate and clear information.
Great explanation of lower limb from Dr.Pickering, especially muscles. That's why i like it very much.
I rate this lecture with 5 stars because just after I heard this lecture I understood the 'Brachial Plexus'. That's why I recommend it to every medical student who want to understand the 'Brachial Plexus'. Thank you very much LECTURIO
Fantastic explanation about the topic, easy way to learn anatomy.
Belabors the points quite succinctly! The approach is just the best for clinical dermatology!
i could understand what the doctor carlo raj is telling only because lecturio is providing subtitles and transcript of what he is speaking which is really helpful and very useful and i am really thankful for that to lecturio..........................
HE HAS TAKEN THE BEST EFFORT IN EXPLAINING THE TOPIC AND HAS PRESENTED IT WELL AND IN A STUDENT FRIENDLY MANNER.
Taken lot of effort to explain the details of the topic and to make us understand the difference between the two conditions: pemphigous vulgaris and bullous pemphigoid. it was a beautiful lecture.....
dr carlo raj has explained the topic very clearly and in a very point wise manner..........it was very helpful............
the lecture was easy to understand and well done. i am feeling satisfied after listening to this lecture.
the lecture was simple and easy to understand. it was a good lecture.
BECAUSE DR CARLO RAJ IS SUCCESSFUL IN MAKING ME UNDERSTAND THE TOPIC. SENTENCES HE USED WERE NOT SO COMPLICATED AND IS SOMEWHAT EASY TO UNDERSTOOD.
Hacen falta mejorar los subtítulos en español, no siempre están en el orden correcto las palabras y esto dificulta el entendimiento.
Would like to see some discussion about investigations eg patch testing
Thank you Dr. Canby for your succinct yet informative introduction to the concepts of the vertebral column. The pictures and pauses were very helpful, as I was able to follow along with the presentation. You presented the information intuitively.
very good lecture i thoroughly enjoyed watching and learning the content.
60 % of stage 4 patients develop metastasis in the brain. Why is it missing? Target-therapy with BRAFi Vermurafenib or Dabrafenib should be given in combination with MEK inhibitors. Both modern immunotherapy treatments are missing (CTLA4, PD-1). That are just the basics. Melanoma research developed fast and this video should be replaced by an updated version.
Great lecture. It is very easy to follow. Great explanation.
Dr. Pickering pointed out a few things that even my anatomy professor (who is excellent) did not. A very good lecture on the brachial plexus -- both short and detailed.
I love your lectures, you are such a talented proffesor. Great work.
great explanation Few people have a talent in teaching. i think Dr Raj is one of them thank you so much
Lecturio should open their own medical school in the Caribbean and people could actually learn down there ! keep it up !
very good and informative lecture. thank you for good explanation associated with the differential diagnosis
good and simple explanation however it would be more useful if there are examples for each lesion
very nice way of dissecting and thoroughly going over each HY nerve, much appreciated!
video was simple and fast, and well articulated. Much appreciated
Solid review and helpful information in regards to histology. The slides are helpful
thanks for cutting down into smaller bits.he is a bit fast though.thank you
I really liked this course because the doctor repeated the most relevant information and was very professional and patient.
I found this lecture to be clear, concise and suitable as a complement to lectures, textbook and cadaver work. Could you make the diagrams and their labels a bit larger, as they are difficult to see on smartphone, and there is no zoom facility.
Excellent clear lecturer. Quality teaching, with enough slides to supplement.
I really thankful w/ the doctor and his course. If you're really strugling with this topic, believe with those videos you'll understand everything.
He really took his time to explain and taught in ways we can remember
Muy interesante el tema, y muy bien explicado, lo entendí mucho mejor que los libros, gracias.
Engaging presenter. Love the reinforcements of what is important to remember. Love that he includes DD and why those other DD can be ruled out. His lecture will stick.
lecture should be more simplify as it is many times difficult to understand .
Definitely benefitted from the lectures. Just a small note, even when putting the video on HD and full screen, the writing is too small and blurry to see the labelled parts of various anatomical structures. Hope the resolution can be increased or labels increased in size.
James used very small images that were of limited value and simply read what was on his slides which had very scant detail. No further elaboration or clinical relevance accompanied his explanations. I have gone to another resource for anatomy as I found my understanding was not stronger after having listened to his lectures.
I really lime the way of presentation and the quick test after that, because that challenge me to really pay attention to the lectures, but only one concern is about tha fast speaking, as a foreign is sometime a little difficult for me to get everything a one, because l need to replay the video, but for the rest, amazing work guys!!
explained very well and clear in short time. got all i need to know
They are really great videos. I wish questions would be more like USMLE or NBME questions.
made anatomy easy and fun! after watching this video all i need is my atlas of human anatomy, i use the app by the way, and am all set for anatomy!
Dr. Raj does a stellar job of explaining not only the disease but then giving great visualizations of what that patient will look like when they present for treatment. He is also great about pausing for a moment to let important information sink in. His pictures were very helpful as well as I am a very visual learner.
The content is good although it requires some more information to be incorporated in lectures the knowledge and reputation of lecturer is excellent and he is highly fluent in his delivery of the content thanks a lot for this
Love this guy! Easy to listen to. Puts emphasis on important points. And occasionally says something surprisingly funny. "Rubber Baby Bumper Buggies" lol
It was very nice lecture as i get a new informations which could be difficult to figure it out by reading textbook only. Thank you very much
well said, easy to understand, could take some notes, clarity of subjects, for medical students
Great for reviewing anatomy for your orthopedic rotation when you don't have time for textbooks. Very detailed.
Very well explained. But it could have some clinic relevance.
PERFECT!!! the lectures are very interesting and on point explains what i need to know.
i like the explanation pattern, thankyou so much. its of great value to a med student
i think there should be more information about impetigo regarding types(bollous, non bollous) and ddx . regarding ssss pictures and pathology should be added will be more helpful
i choose to rate this lecture, because it is well explain. additionally, he outlines the main things that i should remember which is very helpful
This is by far the best histology lecture there is online. love the way make it so easy to comprehend and the Q&A Are amazing
Dr speaked more fast and didnt explain completely that we want
it's clear and simple, i like dr. raj so far.but there are other lesions that should be covered ( mainly secondary) and pictures should be added, it's a a dermatology course if we don't see we won't understand. i would suggest to add those things in the articles (which are amazing btw) if you want to keep the video simple
I love the eminent Dr Carlo Raj. Very keen to get across the knowledge into all thick skulls.
excellent, comprehensive, detailed and very focused dermatology lecture on high yield and clinically relevant material
Excellent summary for any medical student in their Dermatology practice.
It is a well detailed and it suited my course. It is interesting as well
Love it very informative, I will follow it as much as I can
It's a good professor, but there should be a "live" skeleton that he uses instead of just the PowerPoint.
now my act is as MD dermatologist really i feel very confidence after hearing his lectures i wanna say thank you so much
I don't think he's robotic at all. The way he talks keeps me engaged, better than most monotone professors I have in med school Excellent explanations. He is very articulate and knows how to tie facts together and emphasises on the key facts so you at least leave the video knowing what Atopic Dermatitis is about
Very clear, hits high-yield points, somewhat entertaining too. Very passionate lecturer.
Very conscise and get to the point at each topic/secsion/
Best supplement for my med school anatomy lab. Easy to follow and thorough.
professor lectures factual information relevant to epithelium in a simplified way
Fantastic! It’s like you’ve melted the fear away for me! I can watch over and over and over until I can nearly repeat it word for word. Sometimes when you study you can know something but in a multiple choice question (MCQ) situation later you can be stumped - while I found the sentences are in my head and it’s like being able to check the lecture! Repetition is the best way to learn! You couldn’t ask a class lecturer to keep going over stuff but with your amazing classes you can!! Thanks !!! Telling all my classmates about your article.
I liked this course very much. it helped me a lot. thank you very much doctor James.
I think this is a great app! Just wondering if this app/info applies to the Family Nurse Practitioner board exam as well? Thanks much! Stephanie K
The presentation and speaking is very clear which is good, this has helped me and made medical school easier so far
Great overview. Wish that dermatology covered more topics, though. I enjoyed this overall. I like the transcript section. It allows me to review the material and read the speakers words verbatim. This is wonderful for all types of learning.
I learn better by listening and visualizing. So these lecturio lecture videos helps me a lot. Reading the text book after watching these is way better than trying to learn from the textbook alone. Also these video lectures aren't boring. they are very interesting. If someone is struggling to learn anatomy on their own, then I'd really recommend this for them.
wow! he gives detailed explanations with the pictures. hes doing an excellent job
This playlist was named: Musculoskeletal, Skin, and Connective Tissue—Pathology. But only skin pathology is covered, there are no musculoskeletal and connective tissue pathology videos... and they can't be found elswhere either.
Thank you very much for this course. It helped me understand the anatomy of the upper limb very well.
I certainly liked the video format, where we can adjust the focus from the speaker to the slide, and use the cursor to aid in pinpointing the relevant aspects of the scapula. The only thing I found was missing was a little aside about the suprascapular notch, which was shown in the slide, but not alluded to in the actual video lecture!
I love how he directly emphasizes main points with repetition and gives details of differentials. He is very direct and to the point, no wasted time.
easy to understand.... superb mcqs awesome lecture videos which helps to understand the concept better..
I really enjoy each and every anatomy lecture by Dr James Pickering.......I am actually preparing for NEET PG EXAM IN INDIA...................ITS REALLY HELPING ME TO LEARN IMPORTANT POINTS in ANATOMY which also come for NEET PG INDIA...............THANK U Dr James Pickering........thank u LECTURIO............
terrible lecturing anatomy is dry enough and you don't need a dry lecturere
Very Unclear Connection between lecturer and the diagrams the pictures are unclear the teacher seems reading from the book ... can't focus on what he says
5 star lecturer! I enjoy every moment watching the videos. All med students should subscribe this app!
Best lecture ever, I never thought I'd be able to understand brachial plexus
Well Dr Pickering has presented the subject in such a lucid and organised manner that it becomes impossible not to fall in love with it and become dexterous in it at the same time. It was a wonderful experience with the upper limb. Hope I have the same fun with the lower limb!
rating is 5, interesting and self directing through adverts on the you-tube pages
The video quality is quite good and I like the way the topic is presented. I would definitely recommend this to my friends in medical school. I guess the font could be larger and thicker though.
I like it very much, He focused in all the important topics, and presented it very excellently, I recommend this app for all my friends.
Dermatology course challenge is that either everything looks like either dermatitis or lupus. Dr. Raj delivers the course in a concise and straight forward manner. I had no problem with his diction and/or pronunciation. Also, his interactive way of asking in every video, helps you maintain a sort of active learning during the passive learning of hearing the lecture. All doubts clarified.
The lecture was a little hard to follow. The speaker seems a little nervous.
Clear and concise with clinical correlations of the major structures.
a difficult topic made easy and clear - well done (this is just fillers to reach minimum word count needed to post review)
Great lecture! Very detailed and I understood it with ease. I'm looking forward to the other lectures.
Absolutely lovely and visual. The lecturer was very precise and it helped me enjoy the lecture
Difficult to understand. Annoying accent. Difficult to concentrate on the lecture due to his presentation style.
i dont like it. in the ad, it was free, now im told to suscribe
Interesting but a little light on my point of view. I am a resident working in France to become an emergency doctor and honestly i would have enjoy to have a differential diagnosis guide between erysipelas and DVT for instance or other similar looking skin disorders. Often receiving elderly patients at emergency, it is sometimes hard do make a difference (clinically i mean) between erysipelas and "ocre dermite" also called purpuric angiodermatitis, part of post thrombotic syndrome. What about the "portal of entry" in erysipelas we have to look for? what about the difference in aspect between cellulitis and erysipelas, one having more delimited and visible border than the other? Anyway thank you for this lecture :)
Though I wouldn't want to hurt the instructors feelings, I think the concepts are all included, but his ability to convey the information in a coherent, and appealing matter are lacking. Anyone can just read you the concept and put slide after slide, but there is a finesse to the presentation of material. If every lecturer could have that finesse, this would be the most incredible resource for medical students around the world.
Very helpful, concise, and overall great lectures!! I'm excited to complete other courses!
Great lecturer! Covers the topic without becoming bogged down in the details.
Good lecture. The talking is very smooth and continuous not robotic like it sometimes tends to be the case with Dr.Raj. Excellent! Good explanation of the terms and the difference between atopic and contact dermatitis! Some more elaboration on treatment options, including non-pharmacologic and the role of allergen testing (should you do it or not?) would be a good addition.
I like his explanation and also him demonstrating techniques or anatomic locations on his own body, however the diction feels very unnatural. This is in all the videos. Can that be improved? It becomes grating to listen to over time and speeding up the video doesn`t do much to improve it.
In my opinion, this course on muscles is good for a review of the most important points of the topic. I couldn't find the striated muscle lecture, there are only smooth muscle lectures here. I think a little bit of more detail could make this course perfect!
Easy to understand. I recommend adding more information regarding medication such as what kind of systemic seroid we are using.
Fantastic talk but would have liked further information on non-pharmacological treatment and also the role of allergen testing
I find one of the challenging aspects of dermatology is to keep in the various ddx for "similar" looking presentation. The way these lectures are set out has been very useful to have a few ddx to think about when facing a pt with a rash!
Great talk I would have liked to hear further discussion on the use preventative strategies, duration of treatment for tetracyclines and retininoids as well as mention of OCP in females.
Lectures on Anatomy of the Heart was more concise, very comphrensible and corresponded with Last Anatomy textbook. Upper Limb Lectures wasn't as concise as Lectures on The Thorax( Heart). But I am very grateful to Lecturio for making my learning more simplified....
It says the essential about the bones structure and function with understandable explanation and examples
I liked this video much better than the last. :) Maybe it's because he starts to feel more comfortable in front of the camera.
I agree with the above review. As knowledgable and nice as he may be, the flow isn't there. It's very robotic.
Very good way of teaching and explanation is clear to the key points, thank you Dr.Carlo Raj!
I liked the lectures very much . The in-depth classification of bones,muscles and associated systems surely was great. The clarity in voice and imaging helped me understand a great deal on appendicular skeleton . And i also scored great marks in the tests conducted on the topic anatomy of upper limbs at the university. Surely lecturio is the best choice for all medical U.G students. Thank you lecturio for your marvellous services.
To the point and repetitive, which helps a lot with making sense of confusing differentials.
Enjoy the multimedia approach. Being able to hear and see the information at the same time helps me to learn better.
It is very important to have a better diction and prosody
Oh my God !It was mind blowing and succinct.I do have hope I be guided to achieve the best USMLE score Sincerely, Alamie-Omu
I like his way to explain. He did not mention if these are 1ry or 2ry lesion. There is no pic.
I liked the vídeos becase they are like a quick view of a topic, the general stuff and really important. I would like more photos, maybe clínica cases to practice and not to be so general in the treatment
Good lectures with overall easy-to-understand structure The images on the slides are very good, better than in most atlases I just wish we could have the tables (muscle insertions, origins, nerve supply) as a PDF or something
i would say the most useful and amazing anatomy lecture in the world !! great gob and i wish if you cover the lower limp nerve injury !! thank you
Said by a old MD (58) you can count on it Dr Raj has the gift, the talent to focus on what really matters but most of all after many years it was the first time that I was amazed by specific tips I never took in consideration . Thanks Dr Raj thanks Lecturio I shall die less ignorant
This course was really good to understand with my knowledge of upper limb of arm.
Well explained I really enjoyed it especially the nerve lesion part. Thanks, Dr. James
Excellent intro to lower limb anatomy - covering only the need to knows. Helpful for exam revision.
Totally well illustrationer and clearly describing. The modules are more helpy than pics. Regards Najm
It was clear and amazingly explained But i would like to ask if you can add exams Or quizes with more questions Thanks for the hard effort
I think this is one of the best courses to review any topic in medicine, they have the best teachers, the best topics and the best explanations! it is like being in the best university of the whole world!. I do not want to stop studying;-)
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