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Nursing prerequisites are challenging to many candidates of nursing schools. An understanding of molecular and cell biology, as well as chemistry, are only some of the requirements. At the same time, this knowledge lays the foundation of every nurse’s future career.
Adam Le Gresley, Associate Professor in the Department of Pharmacy and Chemistry at Kingston University London, Kevin Ahern, professor of biochemistry and biophysics at Oregon State University, Georgina Cornwall from Colorado Mountain College in Aspen, Vincent Racaniello, Higgins Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at Columbia University, and Tarry Ahuja from Carleton University combine their experience and knowledge to provide the nurses of tomorrow with the basic equipment for their further studies.
At Lecturio, you will learn prerequisite topics at your own pace:
In addition to watching our high-quality video lectures, you can practice on quiz questions and download study materials. Start learning today!
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. Adam Le Gresley is Associate Professor in the department of Pharmacy and Chemistry at Kingston University London.
Le Gresley was awarded his PhD in supramolecular organic chemistry by the University of Surrey in 2004 and carried out his postdoctoral research on photolabile compounds at Drexel College of Medicine in Philadelphia, USA, funded by the NIH.
He was appointed to the Faculty of Science at Kingston University in 2009, where he has been teaching on U/G and P/G courses within chemistry, pharmacy and the biological sciences for the last 6 years. In addition to teaching, Le Gresley maintains a small research group, funded by a number of industrial partners including GlaxoSMithKline with interests in NMR metabolomics, the synthesis of new in vitro diagnostic probes for problem pathogens and novel Rab7 inhibitors for the treatment of diabetes.
He is a regular reviewer for a number of peer-reviewed journals and has contributed to the development of courses across the faculty. Le Gresley was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2011 and subsequently to Associate Professor in Organic and Medicinal Chemistry in 2013.
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.
Dr. Tarry Ahuja is currently a senior medical real-world evidence scientist for a major pharmaceutical company for Europe and Canada and is a lecturer at Carleton University teaching “Biological Foundations of Addictions” and “Health Psychology”.
He graduated with a PhD in Neuroscience with a specialty in electrophysiology and pharmacology from Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.
He has worked for over 10 years in the hospital setting in sleep disorders clinic working with patients and trying to better understand sleep patterns and sleep disorders. Additional, he has done over 10 years of clinical research in the areas of Alzheimer’s, stroke and ischemia with the National Research Council of Canada.
It reminded me of most important concepts of the microbiology.
it had good information but I just think it is too fast but overall good teaching.
Really good explanation. And I like the professor. I understood
I liked most things I recommend my most friends and I am also going to buy four years course,just depositing money
It reminded me of most important concepts of the microbiology.
it had good information but I just think it is too fast but overall good teaching.
Really good explanation. And I like the professor. I understood
I liked most things I recommend my most friends and I am also going to buy four years course,just depositing money
Alot of the explanations could be simplified. Also the course was taught with a presumption that the student had prior knowledge of this system.
excellent lecture. very clear explanation, with diagrams annotations. good memory aide.
Great summary and information. This helped me understand concepts better than just reading
Very good lecture! Interesting clinical correlation (celiac disease). Thank you!
Excellent explanation of the descending tracts. Good review and diagrams.
excellent review. Thank you! I liked the the main points highlighted.
Please is important to add more clinical correlation, clinical cases and bridge to other areas: pharmacology, microbiology, etc. Usmle test the integration of knowledge.
Your program is perfectly designed for medical students I used it for one day and i really liked it unfortunately due to my financial issues I wasn’t able to continue it but I recommend it for all you guys to take advantage of it
This lecture is really so cool. He made it very clear. I had learned in a Vietnamese lecture but still didn't get it for a long long time. And now I feel everything is clear
Recommended to all medical students. Aids in tackling the interesting but challenging subject that is the lower limb.
Really it's very much informative! MR.James explains it very clearly. Loved the way of presentation. It helped me a lot to understand the topics. Thanks a lot.
The lectures here are really very good and well compiled. They donot exaggerate any topic. Make it really very precise and high yield. Really very easy to understand and memorise even. Really very helpful.
Interesting. Mental thirst quenchinly good. Interconnected. Just enough info. Dr.kevin fun lectures.
ok. could use improvement please include that Kinesin and Dynein are ATPases that use energy. also that only Kinesin is displayed here. I was so busy looking for Dynein information, that Kinesin info went out the other ear. This could be better by improving the diagram.
I chose it because of its high impact, It explains subjects in an easy to comprehend way. I will recommend it to any prospective medical student I know.
I'm so disappointed about this lecture. I feel it just described briefly about head and neck. It didn't describe about bone of head and neck, muscle,....
This course is an excellent presentation of biochemistry. Professor Ahern presents the material in a clear, concise, easy to understand format that is easy to follow. I really like that I can pick and choose the lectures I need to watch, particularly those that I need to prepare for my upcoming exam. I find the review questions very helpful. Overall, I am finding the course very helpful and I am looking forward to completing more of it.
A series of very useful and didactic lessons, amazing! Thank you so much Dr. Canby.
Excellent lectures, very easy to digest, good illustrations and great review questions.
Beautiful, well organised and well explained. Especially the well organised :))
The pathways of the nerve should be discussed, intracranial and extracranial.
doesnt contain all the information necessary for this topic to be fully understood
Great method of teaching... i have learnt a lot from this lecture and i like it very much
Like the step-by-step discussion. Make it easier for me.
not very engaging with the viewer, and it could be even more dynamic
Oh yes indeed Greatly given 12 CN a I thoroughly enjoyed it Please don’t surprise if I revise I must make sure my pronunciation is correct While I am studying of course spelling is brilliant I try to memorise it as as a foreign graduate these courses extremely helpful!!! Many thanks for your great design!!
Brilliantly done! This course is so useful Unbelievable good!!! As I am a foreign graduate I had to re listen to make sure I lent correct pronunciation!! A very well done and I can’t thank enough for design patterns and overall greatness!
I love it! It's clear and concise! Dr.Ahern is a gem to learn from. He breaks it down to where I can understand.
Nice speaker and illustrations. The lectures were engaging. Thank you!
It cover what i needed, Well elaboration and summary notes Sure,recommend
Good insight into how things are actually arranged in the Thorax.
I could easily understand the theory with diagram and make notes
This course makes the topics easy to follow, understand and learn. Thank you!
he explained the layers very clear and understandable. Thanks a lot.
very minimal interactive video. I could have read all that.
Dr Ahuja makes the Psych Soc videos fun to watch making it easy to learn. Thank you Dr Ahuja.
yes another great topic i absolutely enjoyed it . Many thanks indeed.
Upper Limb Anatomy has a lot of detailed information and covered topic really well. Great job!.
I truly enjoyed how he explained with words while simultaneously drawing on the pictogram to actually give us a step by step visual of what he was talking about.
Excellent delivery and breakdown of the information. The examples given helped with the understanding.
Clear explanation and high class demonstrations made me learn this topic easily. Thank you very much Dr James!
I really liked the videos especially the feature of 3D learning that amazing. That's what make me rate it 5 starts
Genica Quilatan I like how Dr Canby discusses the main points. I wish him more power and I hope he continues to do this. Helps us a lot!
Brilliant tutorial. It has main points are highlighted and a very useful.
Thank you very much. I like this whole review program.
I am very impressed. It's very good. Thank you very much.
Kevin Ahern is a really good teacher, I really enjoy his lectures, but sometimes it's hard to follow the lecture due to the presentation picturing one thing and him talking about something else. And also when he's talking about about the presentation I wished he had some sort of pointer so I would be easier to know what structure he's talking about????????
Nice review of the spinal cord's anatomy, helped me a lot during my studies for my clinical neurology exam
Poorly information of the basal ganglia and the system of the basal ganglia was not set up very well
I love her course. She explains in a very understandable way.
nicely explained good explanation clear image excellent narration powered content
I do like it very much its straight forward . He has shown all the main points . Many thanks indeed.
Beautiful and very good explanation . easy slides. thankyou. study matter also provided
Images are too small. This is ridiculous, what a joke!
It is clear, well explained and very useful. Totally recommended.
This whole series was so so helpful thank you! Super well explained :)
Easy to understand. Loved the colors used to distinguish sympathetic from parasympathetic, that really helped.
Clear presentation AND good selection of figures to show both a. and v. circulation. It is an added plus that all figures have the names in latin and not English. In other of the anatomy videos (i.e. upper limb, brain) the names in English, whereas keeping it in latin is more international than English and makes us all think that we are treating a scientific topic with a long history. Keeping it in latin makes i more clear and less ambiguous than English. Keep names of anatomical structures in latin in you Lecturio lectures.
I relly like this course, since it gives me a really good idea about a lot of disorders and even examples with which its easier to imagine what the person is going through and what we can do to help them. I can also go through some pretty interesting articles and quizes in which I can test my knowledge and go over the things I learned so I can see what I have to improve and go over again.
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
The presentation is very nice and helpfuly The organization of topics was very good
I like it, but I would suggest adding more topics and subtopics to various courses.
I am no longer scared of metabolic pathways. thank you so much.
Make it more informative, add more pictures and explain better.
I'm impressed with how high yield the information is. The professor touches very important aspects in just the shortest time that one video has, and that is really impressive. I do have a degree in Biochemistry and molecular biology and so this is really making me master the course gradually. For sure I'm recommending this course to my friends from same college already who aspire studying medicine like me.
Very simplified and nice explanation. I learn new information with pleasure due to this great teacher.
I really appreciate it, perfectly simple and interesting way of explanation
I really appreciate it, perfectly simple and interesting way of explanation
I like all doctor Tarry's lectures, he delivered them simple and somehow easy to understand well and he added easy to remember examples.
I really appreciate it, perfectly simple and interesting way of explanation
I really appreciate it, perfectly simple and interesting way of explanation
I really appreciate it, perfectly simple and interesting way of explanation
I really appreciate it, perfectly simple and interesting way of explanation.
Thank you so much for interesting lectures and amazingly helpful information
Thank you very much for your interesting lectures and simple explanation
Thank you for a very interesting lectures. Very easy to understand with your explanation
Everything is explained very clearly. I understood all the information in the video perfectly.
Dr. James Explains very good anatomy, I liked and understood very clearly
The picture was not as clear while he was pointing to it
Finally! A lecture that clearly shows the boundaries of the perineum & states the contents. I am confident after watching this lecture.
Dr. Pickering was precise and clearly explained the nuances of the umbilical artery as they relate to the superior vesicles
Explained very well made it relatable. Great lecturer explained very well and gave good examples.
Hi All components of both head and neck anatomy were clearly presented especially cervical triangles whichi was pretty updated.
Good but i wish number of questions increase because at last thy help us understand more
The course was really great. It has offered me relevant information that is in unity with what I am learning in my lectures. There were some questions that I need clarification on, when having answered them wrong. Perhaps if there would be a detailed description of the answers that are correct. I will totally recommend this to my fellow classmates
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!
The videos are shorts and specific an also great explanations
I liked these explanations, but if you are a college student this may not be for you
Great explanation with great examples . Knowledgeable in subject matter , content up to date
Thank you for this video, loved how concise and precise it was
Precisely influencial style during all parts so definitely would be a key effect on exams
I really understood everything like if it was a brief summary of terms
THE TRANSLATION IS NOT CORRECT, THERE IS NO CONSISTENCY IN THE SENTENCES
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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.
Thankyou so much for the opportunity to relearn most of the important and key concepts related to this cornerstone foundation to Medicine & Life Sciences! Wish I had this tool in my undergrad days!!
Easy abdomen review. Courses are simple, well explained. Anatomy may easy for me a french speaker.
Very thorough and easy to understand. Explained the structures really well.
thank you for letting me understand this lecture. I really struggled to understand it. But, after this video, everything is perfect and clear.
He is the best here , I swear Idk but I like him
Thank you, dear professor for amazingly informative and interesting lectures
Great course for introductory level biochemistry. Prof. Kevin Ahen is a great teacher, knowing not only the topic but it's historical background...
It is very informative and the teaching are in simple english.
It helps me a lot i had difficulties because of online lessons I couldn't learn much
He's a legend ooh I don't know what else should I say to complete 10 words
biochemistry was tough as I havent chemistry before. Had to keep reviewing, loved the tests and course presentation and so satisfying when i got the answers right. Great system for people like me . cant wait to do other subjects when i finish this one.
Simple, clear and with clinical correlations. Thank you, Dr. Craig.
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.
Fantastic presentation of the anatomy and evaluation of clinical signs thank you
what an amazing lecture god bless u sir and i wish to meet u someday
well explained. its concise and not overcomplicated. has everything you need and is well taught
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.
Great teacher. Well explained. Learning outcomes well defined and all comprehended.
Thank you so much; Nonetheless, i really need to let you know your vocabulary is above my reach
The confidence from Dr. Canby as many other Lecturio Presenters reassures the average student. I am particularly satisfied with the way the Lecturio courses are designed and presented. I highly rate this course because it is up to my expectation. If a student doesn't learn anatomy from this course he/she won't learn anywhere else.
Dr Adam is so clearly and slideshow has a incredible quality. Level is so hard (not for beginners) so this course must be completed after basic chemistry in High school.
I understand very well, thank you Professor Kevin, these help me a lot
good video really lked it the language was qut e easy to understand
Because I clearly understood everything,the pictures where just clear and well labeled.
Enjoyed the format for this and other Lecturio classes. Graphics are concise. Instructor is very good at explaining concepts
It was much needed review for me in general. Thank you.
Enjoyed these videos very much. They helped me understand concepts I was struggling with.
Great work here,,, I’m so happy for the clearly understandable English
The content but also the Professor Vincent Racaniello, he is convincing , spacing and detailing what is needed to be captured.
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!! :)
It is a super complete course, I think the only thing missing is to do an exercise at the end of the class in my opinion they help the students a lot.
It is clear and well structured. Especially the pathways are now clear to me.
I chose this rating because you deserve it! Thank you, everything is great!
Good and clear lecture! If you need to get an overview of the CSF, works well
The lecture was brief, insightful and nice. I learnt abdomen the first time here.
Nice course very complete in every sense, I like it, keep like that.
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.
I think that anatomy courses miss the cadaver oriented pictures and lectures
This video is not very clear. Not sure how useful/necessary it is.
Thank you so much, I was waiting for a video as clear as this one! Great explanation!
i like the videos very much because of the clear presentations
Love the lectures and reviews and quizzes and the fact that you can repeat for more clarification.
The explanation was quite detailed without leaving the basics. Good illustrations as well.
Nice video, would appreciate bigger images to observe surface landmarks clearly, thanks!
Awesome overview! Thank you! Particularly liked the gluten example. Also graphics were good - will stick in my brain longer.
Every concept is not fully clear, the teacher doesn't go with mechanisms, even he doesn't use a mouse for determining about what on screen he's takin' about. For medical students.
Clarification on points and made it easy to follow through
it is self explanatory and so understandable , i like this a lot
Very good, short and concise lectures. Helped me very much
I dont know if its the diagram or what the doctor is saying but i just cant understand the MAP kinase and the GEF and everything else afterwards
Simple and clear explanations with great slides - I was able to digest this easily, thank you!
It is concise and understandably summarises all the content. Thank you!
I just find the need for an extra time revising this, particularly offline. I always find my self making some notes unlike Anatomy!
better way of making it very interesting,short lectures. easily understable
Head and neck anatomy is presented concisely, very helpful and clear, easy to understand and remember.
Thank you for this lecture! It helps me to get better understanding about the topic
Explica las cosas super simples y puntuales, se memoriza rapido de esa manera
Great, I loved the slides and how he explained them! I'm happy to take this lecture
It contains the keypoints. Neuroanatomy is hard because it´s specific and has lots of terms. Dr. Craig is making them simple and understandable!
It is really clear . I got it interesting and worth following.
I think it’s too fast, and not with details so please correct these problems
These videos really helped me during my anatomy lab I’ve noticed that the lectures and the focus points correlate to what Lecturio provides!
Magnificent lecture about polysaccharides and their functions for storage and release
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.
Clear and concise! It linked to my knowledge of addiction and reinforced my understanding. I particularly enjoyed the breakdown of addiction into physical and psychological dependence
The video highlights the important concepts about the hydrophobic amino acids group
This lecture was great! I could understand what the professor was explaining and I understood it pretty well.
Excellent overview. The clinical considerations were also very beneficial. Thank you Dr Canby.
I recommend include the cc out of slides screen, the letters do not allow to watch the information
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 video, however images where too small to follow along and actually understand what he is saying, if these images where larger the class would have been absolutely clear and understandable. Thank you!
Great content. Great performance, I would only change the speed of his speech..., a little bit fast to me. Everything else perfect!
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Great review of the lumbar, sacral and coccygeal vertebrae. Thank you very much!
Loved the organization and the way he explained the material.
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Very precise and short not too lengthy! Very good explanations
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!
I would like to go deeper into each topic or to recommend additional reading at the end of the class.
It's is just good that's why 4. I dislike that it's doesn't explain clinical too much
Excellent, really grateful doc! Hope to meet you in real life when i am a real doctor
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.
It's okay.... But somehow hard to comprehend. I will love if you can make the teaching much easier to grasp.
Love the way Dr. Craig explains everything all along the thoracic related subjects.
Well Dr. James gave a nice explanations on Pelvis but I wasn't able to supplement the lecture with enough clarity on different spaces/fossa within the pelvis and I found the set of questions after lecture were from the subsequent lecture not the lecture viewed.
i like how he explained topic and also answered the questions
Very good platform for medicos and doctors and professonals also
Hi I appretiate her lectures about biochemistry, l hope the following lectures would offer me more interesting information.
This lecture has solved all my problems about spinal cord.
it is very clear, precise, clinical oriented. Also the exposure of the subject is very high quality.
Excellent, clear, interesting and informative presentation which facilitates comprehension and memory of essential material.
i appreciated how the lecturer helped me visualized the broad ligament by comparing it to a sheet. i also like how he emphasizes important points by repeating them
I liked it because he explained all very interesting and detailed
I really like how you explain the concepts, I realized though that on some slides, there are too long sentences. Sometimes I don't really read them because I need to focus on what you say. It would be great if less words would be on the slides but in a way that is still informative. But all in all, I'm enjoying the course a lot and you did a way better job explaining the concept of shells and orbitals, than my chemistry professor did. Thanks a lot.
He doesn't explain enough the pyramidal tracts and the extrapyramidal tracts.
Great visuals and expert instruction that included all pertinent information.
Good clinical relevance and good explanation of their course and source. Very complete and short.
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.
Buetiful app for refreshing the course quickly. I would recommend it to all my colleagues
one of the short and precise explanation ever keep doing the best work LECTURIO
Everything is very clear and well-structured. I love it. I would absolutely recommend it to anyone else studying medicine.
The best lecturio lesson of nervous system and brain ever!
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
I like it becauser it was very helpful & simple .. I like the translate sevice it so helpful as well. Thanks a lot lecturio
It was good, clear with good anatomic pictures, i like it
Very concise and high yield and quiz after each video was great!
nice explanation for complicated topic like peritoneum and it is subdivisions . first time i get it all thank you
Excelent teacher. Clear and precise with an according order to avoid missing anything.
this video is short and easy to understand. Thanks Teacher
amazing and well-thought lecture. explains extremely long pages of gray's anatomy within minutes. it is so much easier to read anatomy and go through studying it and memorizing instead of taking precious time to understand what the author wanted to say...
Good explanation. Pretty bad diagram. Animation probably would work better.
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.
Me encantan las clases son muy explicativas y muy detalladas , simplemente excelente!!!
its easy to understand but somethings are a little confusing because of the speed
i enjoyed every second of this video and it opened my mind to study more and become what i have always wanted to be a radiologist
A good overview of the topic that in my opinion covers the main ideas regarding the basal ganglia along with a good clinical correlation.
For those begginer students, its a good and quick way to learn about the mediastinal areas.
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.
This lecture series is quite informative and helpful. The instructor is good at breaking down complicated psychology and sociology concepts, especially for those of us with limited neurological sciences, psychology, and sociology background. He is animated and very well informed and good at explaining the concepts and practical applications in clinical and research settings.
Quite an informative lecture. Helpful in breaking down complex concepts.
This lecture series is quite informative and helpful. Maybe due to different learning styles is why some students don't see it fit; however, I find it quite helpful in both refreshing minds in prior learnt concepts, preparing for classes, and studying the MCAT as a non-trad. It makes you want to further seek more information and learn about the application of the concepts, rather than simply memorising formulas or synthesis steps. Give it a try, you would learn alot about simplifications of complicated concepts. I especially enjoyed the organic chemistry lectures and the explanations about medical and organic chemistry. A bit of prior knowledge could be beneficial, but it isn't a necessity.
Concise and clear; exactly what I needed for this topic, thank you.
Good amount of detail in digestable amounts. Very much appreciate able to run the videos at different speeds.
Excellent course about upper limb anatomy, taught by an excellent professor
No explanation at all just reading , sorry for that , No interaction
Very helpful. I think it will be better with more clinical case.
Very good presentation, clear slides but I am a non native english person, Dr Tarry's speaking to fast.
I have enjoyed hearing these videos, the explanation which have been offered looking for me very interesting to walking through on view to understanding it.
because the lecture is short and brief it is also not time consuming
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 :)
It's great to learn from someone who's enthuisiastic about their specialty and even better at teaching it. Thank you Dr. Ahern (:
it was great.the pacing of the lecturer was okay it gives me time to imagine the structures since this is anatomy (pure memorization).Thank you
Le he dado 5 estrellas a esta conferencia porque es una conferencia que realmente se lo merece, explica muy bien el tema y he aprendido bastante acerca de este tema muchas gracias profesor
Dr. Craig Canby has been very, very helpfil in aiding me with Neuroanatomy! Cheers! Thank you for your hard work!
V less details as compared to the need of entrance exam
the tone of voice and eye contact good just like in a classroom
Many Of The Topics Are Not Covered For Example Osteology Of Bones Of Skull Cranium And Viscerocranium Too Arteries Anatomy of Eye,Ear And Tongue And So On
I rate it cause I found it good and helpful. I liked it very much because the x- ray explanation its very helpful for me .
The cerebral cortex is very well illustrated with succinct descriptions of the lobes and the vital areas of the diencephalic components are explained to my satisfaction,the neural circuitry is appreciated.
Very good informative simple clear direct to the point contain everything
This course helps me broaden my knowledge and I can put what I have learned into practice right after learning this lecture! Easy to grasp the ideas of the course!
Anatomy lectures are very well explained and hence I am delighted and very appreciative,the diagrams are very clear.
The teacher is excellent, straight to the point and very engaging, yet professional. And most importantly, the syllabus follows the MCAT AAMC outline to the T! It takes away the stress of having to worry that you miss a topic. It’s better than Khan Academy P/S in my opinion. And their P/S covers absolutely everything you need for the MCAT. No more, no less! I wish all lecturios MCAT subjects were designed that way. Their P/S is definitely one the best out there for the MCAT!!
It's more interesting and more easy to understand the concepts
Hi Good lectures, the explanation was quite clear and interesting that gives satisfaction.
I like the short videos. They described what’s important and later you get questions about the video.
Me agrada como explica las cosas la Dra, creo que lo hace que sea entendible de forma sencilla para cualquiera
Found this video very helpful. I finally understand how these lesions affect our vision. Thanks
The stuff it covered was done well. was some stuff missing but can't cover everything!
it broadened my literary horizons! The concentrated course is about the cerebral cortex playing an integral part in our body!
If you are going to go into haemorrhages and this is Anatomy the different layers of the meninges should at least be mentioned.
Most of the topics are explained well. Although there are still many topics which needed to have more content and the overall integration of all the brain structures and functions is lacking.
Content is good and is taught well. However, i'd love it if the professor had put more efforts in explaining certain topics.
The lecturer speaks clearly and is engaging. The material is presented quite well - in a logical manner. I feel the material could go in a bit more depth (but perhaps later lectures will). I would probably give this series 5 stars, however, I'm currently studying for the USMLE, and I feel half or more of the review questions are extremely low-yield. For example, there are questions about which section of a plant does a specific fungus infect. That's okay to test understanding of the lecture material presented, but I don't want to have that type of question included in my "Spaced Repetition" for memorization. It's a real waste of my limited time and brain space. Please ither remove the low-yield questions, or perhaps a better (and faster) option would be to add an option to turn off the "dumb" questions.
Love all the videos. I'm able to grasp the concepts and moreover scoring well in my exams too
Very well explained and great quiz questions to verify your knowledge
I liked the course wholly and i would recommend it for my friends
Dr Pickering is an excellent lecturer who makes anatomy interesting and memorable despite the number of details presented.
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
This course was quite information, presented by a professor with a vast knowledge of subject matter and the linguistic ability to express such an understanding coherently and with enthusiasm. As a result, I would feel thoroughly comfortable suggesting this series of Micro-lectures to anyone interested in preparing for the Psychology and Sociology sub-section of the Medical College Admission Test. Furthermore, this resource is very helpful as a basis for understanding Psychology and Sociology - With that said, do not depend on this resource as your only means to education reference for the subsection Psych/Soc on the official MCAT.
To me he is the best chemistry teacher,till date.His lectures clarifies all my doubts.Thank you so much sir..
I love having access to such rich learning material, thanks for making this an available resource. My only criticism would be that the quiz questions could use improvement and the professor could talk slower to make note taking easier. Overall, very grateful to have found this!
Nice course, efficiently taught with good amounts of information and made easy for us by the Professor
The lecture was simple. However, way too concise. Not all tracts covered and levels could have being discussed a little more. But my basics got clear.Can use as a reference to study spinal cord in depth
Concise and aimed explanation contributes to an interactive lecture which makes learning enjoyable.
It is a good explanation for a complex topic, with only the most important
Good stuff Good stuff Good stuff Good stuff Good stuff Good stuff
this is such an amazing, succinct playlist which is really exclusive and pretty different from what I have learnt in my university
I've previously used the Grey's student to learn about the pelvis and perineum. Despite all the information provided I was unable to visualize and understand the placement of structures. This video explains and shows very clearly the relationship of the muscles and organs in the pelvis with the perineum. Another amazing lecture.
Great lecture! straight to the point and extremely informative. thank you so much for so many amazing teachers.
good explanation of the components in the facial nerve. Thanks
I spent weeks reading and trying to understand from the books but these lectures made it so easy to understand, I also love the fact that it keeps on asking questions so you can remember them. Thank you so much for these lectures, I love them.
Manifold information was expressed pretty clearly, making me grasp almost the necessary knowledge of Intracranial hemorrhage.
Excellent summary of the anatomy, broken down into logical, easy to digest pieces. The questions where well spaced and relevant, providing good consolidation of key points.
complicated topic but I think I got it, though the Tyrosine kinase itself is a bit complex
I like the format - the lectures are "short and sweet". The lecturer is reasonable easy to listen to. Perhaps it is just because this is a foundation course, but it does feel this material may not be in-depth enough for USMLE step 1. (Or perhaps because it's re-used for non-USMLE students?). The questions are just "okay". There are a few errors, and a couple questions could be worded better. It also seems that some of these questions are testing material that seems only marginally important, and may not be very "high-yield". I wish there was an option to flag review questions to not be included in the "spaced repetition". The "spaced repetition" idea should be for memorizing the most important details, and I don't really want to be memorizing questions that I think are of little importance, incorrect, or poorly worded. (It'd also be a good way your you at Lecturio to decide which questions should be revised - if many people flag it as "don't review again", the question probably needs revision.)
LECTURE IS STRAIGHT TO THE POINT FOR THE MCAT WITH EVERYDAY LIFE EXAMPLES
Because it has real all required teachings that accompany with better illustrations and question at the end to improve and measure understanding!
Understandable!!! Easy to remember! And pretty useful!!! You really need to learn basics topics in Med career it surely make you to be highlighted over another students
Very well explained lecture. Helped me finally understand the web of connections that is the ANS
It helped me clarify some topics I had been having trouble with.
Sorry, the following videos have the information that I was looking for, sorry again
very well structured, I like the streight to the point style
I thought the ideas posed in the lecture were well presented and easily understood.
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'm a visual learner and Dr Ahuja explains psychology and sociology very clearly and into layman terms. And I absolutely love the fact that the lectures follow the MCAT AAMC outline to the T. This takes out so much anxiety from me. I know that I'm covering everything needed on the MCAT with a highly qualified teacher and excellent production.
the instructor is very clear and is easy to follow
Dr. Cornwall did a very great job with this.. The big picture simplified everything and made studying into little details easy.
el contenido esta muy bueno, solo que la traducción tiene falencias y dificulta entender los conceptos adecuadamente.
Everything is confusing. The diagrams and what she was saying didnt allign. ALso she never gave the answer to the number of chromosomes in each stage of meiosis and mitosis
I like it a lot, simplified. I think you could explain a bit more
Excellent thank you. Thank you Dr. Craig, this video is very helpful.
very good initiative. very useful. 3d animation is very impressive. good luck.
I've taken classes from Dr. Racaniello previously on the coursera.org platform. He is a very engaging instructor and he is no different in this Lecturi series, at least for the free part. As a citizen scientist, the full cost is too much so for this series I can only comment on the bacteria sections that are free. The quiz questions are very relevant to the material presented and the reference material is equally good.
I really like it. It’s clearer than a lot of textbooks making it easier and quicker to understand. Professor Canby does a great job at explaining.
Elegí esta calificación porque me permite estudiar más rápido y lo entiendo muy bien. Me gustó porque explican a detalle cada estructura expuesta. Recomiendo este curso a todos los estudiantes de medicina humana.
Nicely explained , i love how the professor repeats important points time and again, could use better diagrams or more visualization though
ddnt explain well at all. ddnt explain the exact location of the gray horns or anything.
Everything told was in a different way that I liked the most.It clears all my major doubts arise from reading books related to head and neck anatomy.There is no better app than this.
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
Its apt for 2nd yrs....simple and all main points are given.
I would recommend this lecture to someone who has a rough idea of thoracic anatomy as well. This lecture was easy to follow and it made me understand the subject much better.
I loved it, really interesting and easy to comprehend, thank you very much :)
Need more mcq 's for practice and good content. Very clear concept s
The lectures are great... But I just feel like they are too expansive... Not very suitable for a dedicated study period
good good good good lecture it was really helpful nice teaching
V we ry simple an very informative the same time. Really appreciate it. Thank you
Dear Dr. Pickering, you do a great work by explaining this difficult topics in such an easy way. Thank you for so interesting lectures.
amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing amazing
Very good Thanks Really it doesn't take much time and its really good
El programa ya se me acaba en dos meses, estaría muy interesada de volver a comprar si tuviesen en español y tambien como estudiante me ayudaría mucho un descuento
the lecrure is detailed and very comprehensive it is well presented i also liked the quiz that comes afer the lecure.
i chose this rating because the lecture is up to the minute, well researched. and the presentation is straight to the point.
Not boring at all. I don't like the topics about nerves, but I listen your lectures with great pleasure
I love all your lectures and watch them with great pleasure. Dr Graig Canby can explain difficult topics in a very simple way
Very simple, informative and helpful lectures. I watch your videos ???? every day
The lessons from lecturio in general should be a little longer and more in depth. Also, the practice questions have nothing to do with the lesson advanced.
I enjoy your lectures very much. Thank you for your great work
It almost always fails to explain 'why'. These lists are available in any textbook. I was looking for an explanation to understand it. Also, visually it is looking at a table for 5 minutes, pictures could have explained better.
I will recommend you lectures to all my friends who are doctors. Thank you for your invaluable help
Thank you very much. Very simple and informative. You do a great job
it's a great course. I love it very much. Need more information about Nobel prize in Medicine or Physiology for external reference. Thank you very much. Good luck.
Dear sir/madam In regard to the Biochemistry basics,I am much satisfied by the cours.In fact,the videos concerning biochemitry basics are well summarized and are full of useful information in the regard of médical studies.Because of this,I am enjoying the course and continuing either to learn much more . Yours sincerely Asher Hategekamungu
He is so natural , after topic explanation he then takes example of daily life, easy to understand
Sir,I like the way that you explain about the topic. I was so week in this topic but I now know this topic very well
Did not cover key concepts, such as the general function of the basal ganglia in modulating movement etc.
Dr. Ahern is a fantastic lecturer. All the course is simply awsome.
Love the lectures, especially during COVID since we don’t have access to the anatomy lab. I love the way the pelvis is explained, and all high yield concepts are highlighted for female and male pelvis. Highly recommend watching all 53 videos!
The video episodes are way too short, need to go back and start over every 3-4 minutes. I think there should be a option to view the topic in one full video. Otherwise the subjects are well covered in an understandable manner. Many thanks
nowhere near enough detail, too brief to explain the knee joint
it was very well explained and easy to understand Thanks
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.
That's great course and it's very simple one thanks alot
The way of teaching of Georgina is really impresive, i understanded everything. The best classes ever.
The course was easy to follow and has good illustrations of the concepts. I also like the quiz portion of the course.
Short, clear, specific, connected with cases, and speed of information is adequate.
Very comprehensive lecture . It' s clear and simple. Thank you for your work .
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
Great professor and easy biochemistry topics to learn with good explanation.
I understood clearly this lesson about the posterior spaces of axyla
He is so boring and just reads what it is written
What a great lecture and what a great professor. Thank you !!! :) Awesome!
I work in a large public hospital biochemistry routine department, when I studied this subject there where no computers, only text books. So this is a refresher and update of the subject. I am enjoying this 'new' way of learning and it enhances my work knowledge as understanding theory is important for performing work well.
there is much of talking and repeating to understand the "How"much more than understanding the "Why"
hi these lectures pointed out the main important datas that a learner would like to keep it in mind.
Covers a lot of content accurately but concisely. Good speed and great use of diagrams. Admittedly, if I didn't know much about inner ear anatomy to start with, it would not have been detailed enough as a lot of concepts were not explained such as the semicircular canals, the utricle and saccule and the scala vestibuli and tympani.
Just not a good way to teach this topic! Sure the math thing works but tells you nothing except it works. Useless trick in my opinion.
excellent use of images and highlights during the lecture, congrats
hi I really find it attractive especially when that accompanies clinical correlation notes.
Hi I have been watched with interest abdominal anatomy he explained it very well.
The course is essential and clear. Great teacher for difficult subject. Optimal use of images.
It was really good and really well explained so thank you It was fun to learn
I chose five star cause this lecture literally dissects the anatomy of the anterolateral abdominal wall! Detailed and relevant.
The anatomy is detailed and yet very relevant. He knows how to explain it in a very concise way. I really enjoyed the free courses available. I know others are locked cause I have to purchase them but this was so great! His accent sort of stresses the main points too!
I feel the anatomy lectures are rather "static" like simply reading the narrative or bulletin points to the audience. Instead, I think the anatomy lectures, especially as we are not learning by a cadaver to gain the tactile feedbacks, might be better designed in a more inviting/ interactive way. Bringing in more pathological relevance, e.g. showing schema/ video/ autopsy would be largely helpful. Or to the minimum, highlighting the knowledge of "high yield" and compare them on an anatomic picture/schema may also improve the learning experience of these topics. I like many Lecturio lectures nonetheless, but I think anatomy, and especially the neural anatomy lectures has a lot of space to improve in such way. Thanks.
Great lecture! Very simplified and friendly explained. Thanks so much !
We more details. For example , the pathway of each nerve, The various branches and many more.
Summarized very nicely ????????I loved the way he made it look simple
Very nicely explained. I found it helpful in understanding some basics of chemsistry that I've forgotten over the years.
Very good Please give another day for free primium So that we can know more
As you know cerebral cortex anatomy and it’s all dependent component seeming to be a bit complex, so it’s explanation kind to be evaluated by an outstanding specialist as like him, his lectures are attractive and effecient, so as conclusion good subjects even more complex and good teacher make it easy to understand the different anatomic problems.
I like it because this have a lot of information about upper limb
Excellent. It would be good to have some cadaver explanatory session to create a more realistic view. Well tutored.
Excellent. Very explanatory and simplified. It's easy to comprehend. Maybe more questions would help.
The vestibular section is not well detailed to enable quick reference. There was not much reference to the vestibular ganglion in the initial lectures which will better explain the vestibular system.
good lecturer nice to recognise I have forgotten so much anatomy
Dr Canby, you have made the neurologic pathophysiology so much easier for me.. Thanks
Dr. Ahuja clearly illustrates the defining characteristics of schizophrenia and psychotic disorders, as this lecture translates the DSM-V material into a brief review of key points.
no explanation in this all cn videos plzz elaborate olzz
very good, clear, well delivered at a good pace-excellent theory coverage
as stated below- very happy with the delivery of lecture
I like his style and respect his effort. I've been using these lecturers to review my knowledge
Spoken text is fine. The illustrations used have too small-fonted text making it difficult to read labels, especially on slides with many labels.
Microbiology is explained very clearly in a interesting manner its no doubt an interactive method of teaching!!!
Very clear and helpful. Love this anatomy course. thank you.
It is like i am in huge class taking Lectures from experts, professionals and ones who are heros to help other, the person meets his life what he loves and now it is my time and this made easy for me by Allah and lecturio team. Thank you so much for your supporting me.
The Videos are very clear and helpful. They are also not too long to get you bored
Brings together a balanced and complete picture of the usefulness and pathologies caused microorganisms.
wow never knew anatomy could be pulled off like this kudos from the maldives.
I really appreciate it is perfect! thank you so much lecturio ! Living in France
Dr. Cornwall makes the topics easy to understand and retain. Her approach is not overwhelming but yet not so simple you are bored.
Essentially well wonderfully it is perfect help with any bady who is medical person aood afort for basic concept
Very detailed. Moves through information and a good pace. Sifts out the important information versus stuff we don't need to know for the exam.
the concepts are clear and the time is enough, examples are short.
hi Biochemistry's videos are interesting and give me information, the orator pronounce correctly. As you know I do my best to prepare ecfmg exam and board examination next, of course after having sufficiently training and advices under your guidance I would like to apply ecfmg examination this year, now would you please give me more information for preparing step one and step 2 exam.
the reason chooses this rating regarding pop up AD, I am not ready yet. I need more time to think about what my work schedule to fit my study and payments.
Clear and concise lecture. Way to follow. Additional articles available if you need extra detail. Using video format suits me a I can pause and replay when I miss something.
I believe the term is entropy is misused in this lecture.
Misuse of the words fludity and stability as if they were synonyms makes answering the question at the end confusing. Other than that, it's a good lecture.
its a simple and very fast review about the cranial nerves
Some key topics not explained:- Triangles of neck,muscles of mastication,temporal and infratemporal fossa , osteology of skull,muscles of face,submandibular gland,parotid gland
Well-designed and informative I would recommend that the quiz questions can be more effective. For example, some answers are just memorizing names or some details that are only noted orally for few seconds.
Excellent presentation. Good content Illustrations are very good Font size of the letters should be higher
Awesome analogy great lecture! Very nice lectures overall I really enjoyed them. even though I have taught this topics and I know them fairly well. I enjoy little gems of information I received through these lectures, and new understanding
Khan Academy shows the path it takes for a message to be received which is missing from this video (i.e. the target characteristics first determine whether the message or source is evaluated). "The central route is used when the message recipient has the motivation as well as the ability to think about the message and its topic" "The peripheral route is used when the message recipient has little or no interest in the subject and/or has a lesser ability to process the message." Both should be on the same slide introducing the concepts of central/peripheral routes. "The theory states that when people observe a model performing a behavior and the consequences of that behavior, they remember the sequence of events and use this information to guide subsequent behaviors" Should be the definition of SCT. Much clearer.
He was very much on point.Explanations were easy to understand.
i choose this rating cz it's so much good it deserve 5 stars!i loved everything in this course so yea 5 stars . also i recommend it for the bggnrs so this for those information it helped me a lot. thank you a lot !
Easy and comprehensible. I like the slides that are very simple.
Mr. Pickering is a highly professional lecturer. He explains complex definitions quite simply and understandably. It is a great pleasure for me to receive this knowledge from Mr. Pickering
Has been very informative and simple . Helps remind me of anatomy concepts.
This lecture helped me a lot to understand what going on there!
Dr.Pickering explains everything in very simple lucid manner and the illustrations are quite easy to visualise and remember for the exam purposes
Dr. Pickering is simply outstanding. He speaks in such a clear and objective way that makes even the learning of the anatomy of the pelvis easy ????. It’s been a pleasure to, so far, having watched his lectures on Pelvis. Simply fantastic. I’d recommend it to anyone interested in having a deeply-enough knowledge in Pelvis when it comes to general medical sciences.
I like how Dr. Cornwall recaps chemistry and relation to energy to cells. Her hand motions help with my learning and understanding. Thank you.
two stars just for the effort. But its ore like reading fro book. Nothing different. Very boring. No interaction.
There needs to be mechanisms. The lecture, as-is, is entirely superficial.
Great lectures! I hope much of I learn here will be on my exam too.
Instructor is precise, thorough, presentations are easy to follow and understand. It is enjoyable learning. Thank you. Love it.
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
Lecture is very easy to follow. Overall, it is very helpful
I like the practical comparisons used for better understanding and remembering the topic, makes it much easier and more entertaining!
Concise and to the point for basic understandment of the subject.
Talks clearly and explains all the key points so that you can understand the lecture in simple terms
This was very clear and simple and extremely helpful thank you
The vedios don't cover many important aspects such as cultures , serology etc. Every topic is over summarised and isn't very good for concept building
There are not too long and they are well explained.
The lectures are well delivered and well illustrated with excellent visuals
Horners Syndrome is very importn and there is any more lectures about it
Studying Biochemistry lectures helps me to understand and hold in memory every each case,,, so this is the best ever
The list is very disorganised, I hope it get fixed ASAP
It was a great lesson thanks for everyting short and briefly everyting.
Great lecture--very clear and easy to follow. This can be tricky, and Dr. Canby made it very easy to follow
Dr Canby's fluent presentation is the first reason, also the simple connections between the anatomy and clinical correlation are very important to me.
Great lectures, anatomy demystified. Taught at a great pace that's easy to follow.
I watched the glycopeptide pharmacology lecture, wanted more details on the mechanism of action, segwayed to antimicrobial resistance, then segwayed to "Peptidoglycans - Beta Lactam Antibiotics" video lecture. The D-Alanine-D-Alanine concept also relates to the mechanism of action of vancomycin.
I Like Tarry's lecture. They are straight to the point and very easy to understand. He does a good job with his explanations
It’s not a bad lecture but it’s bulky stuff that isn’t simplified to hold ones attention, don’t get me wrong, it has its highlights but it could be more interesting.
Excellent lecture. The teacher explains everythig suoer good and it is so easy to follow. I would recommend this lecture to any med student. Thank you Dr.Craig.
sir , the way you talk about microbes ,inspire me to learn more.
Really clear explanation, and really easy to understand! I’m lovin’ it
Really engaging, easy to remember But number of question is still little
Great work! A methodical walk through of a subject that can be confusing.
I LOVE THE WAY TO MAKE IT EASIER THAN THE BOOKS, THEY. ARE COMPLEMENTING AND I´M LEARNING
EXCELENT, I HAVE UNDERSTOOD EVERYTHING, ALL I WAS NEEDING WAS TO FIND A VIDEO LIKE THIS. REALLY GOOD JOB
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
Very nice presentation and easy to learn platform Which make preparations for USMLE enjoyable
Very nice presentation and easy to learn platform Which make preparations for USMLE enjoyable
Great lectures, very clear and understandable! Thank you, Dr Georgiana Cornwall!
I found him to be one of the better lecturers at Lecturio. Easy to follow, fluidly makes sense of the material, which drastically helps me learn.
Lecturio videos are the best way to make you more confidents for your exams!
Great lecture which allowed me to understand the topic much better than I was taught
All the explanation are precise to the point...and covers all the important concepts
Explains concept very well with good analogies that further enhances my understanding.
Dr Cornwall has the gift for teaching!! She explains things very well, thank you!
The professor is excellent. I like how he explains things. Some of the professors move their arms around a lot which can be distracting or spend the whole time looking down at the computer. With others it feels like all the do is read from the slides. However the biochem lectures are very well done and by far my favourites so far.
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.
The module is complete but the questions can get too easy
I really enjoyed the video and it made me learn, also I liked that are short videos
They are so awesomely explained and very helpful thank you. I’d love the videos to have that ten second rewind or fast forward arrows like YouTube does, and then it would be perfect.
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
The important basic principles are explained very well and thorough. Thank you.
I love the lectures so much. I like trip on steroids I never have consumed lol. However. I think it would be great if they had the ten second mark or arrow so that it would rewind or fast forward the lecture. It’d Save time just like you tube videos and stuff. Thank you kindly
Very concise. Great illustrations. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you
Thank you for your knowledge and for spreading it in this way for us, the students.
El curso esta perfecto hasta lo que he visto, el único problema es la traducción, al ser traducidos automáticamente (no por una persona) hay algunas cosas que no se entienden ni tienen sentido. Tarde un buen tiempo en entender lo que significa "shell" ya que en español no es "caparazón" como lo marca el traductor.
Excellent and precise to the point. I loved it. Thank you Dr. Gresley.
The lecturer makes the topic interesting, easy to understand. One begins to appreciate how these things link with everyday human existence and how they play a pivotal role.
Enhanced understanding. Wish he talked about R and S configurations. The part was slightly confusing without the explanation of R and S
The explanation provided is far to basic and even if its more organic related subject, it should be introduced in a method that is not intimidating.
Why I don't understand his explanation. Its not detailed enough to follow.
Ur an amazing teacher...I seem to remember anatomy much better after watching ur videos sir....thankyou !
Good, where are the rest of the organelles (like peroxisome)
Need lot of detailed explanations.. especially in videos. The teacher is really good but the script is lacking too much.
I don't get it. I feel like he's reading off a script and its too much show and less understanding.
Dr. Canby starts from the very very basics and builds it up to the level you need to know as a general practitioner. He also adds the clinical relevance to the parts which makes it very interesting!
A calm and organized lecture made in a way that is easy to recollect with the start and end saying what we are going to learn and what we have learned.
The description of the layers of tissue above vs. below the arcuate line has been explained to us in the PA anatomy class, yet remained unclear. After the visuals and the step-by-step walk through in your lecture, finally, I understand! Thank you! :)
Absolutely amazing source of learning Head and Neck Anatomy, would definitely recommend this to everyone and anyone in medical field
Saved me in resession. I recommended it to a lot of Friends. All are very blessed with this lectures. My brother already bought it, after i recommended and i will buy it for next Semester
its good and thorough, also covers minor lipid types! good to learn
This man is obviously very smart but it is seriously painful to listen to ANY of his lectures. His stuttering is way to distracting.
I choose this rating because I feel the course is not well organized, and I think it lacks of contents in many important topics of chemistry, such as molecular geometry, thermochemistry, periodic properties of elements and nomenclature (both organic and inorganic).
Lecture were clear, easy to understand. I like the clarity on where certain membranes were derived and effects on anatomy. Learned a lot.
Yes Informative, but to short at times and not many anatomical details in my opinion To improve: More visuals from cranial fossa And more details about the anatomy But I enjoyed the clinical info.
Explains it completely from the start to the end , everything is clear and simple . The structure is very easy to understand.
detailed and explained really well, so that I understood everything. Thank you!
I just finished my first year of medical school and I’m reviewing over the summer. These videos are concise and to the point. I like how the questions are directly following. Very helpful, I wish I knew about it during school as well
I DONT UNDERSTAND ANYTH?NG FROM TH?S LECTURER, HE EXPLA?NS TOO FAST AND NOT CLAR?FY THE SUBJECT COMPLETELY
Very clear and very nice lectures, love it. I totally recommend every medical student to watch
Thank you, this is helping me so much. I love these videos.
Dull lecture that is presented badly with no useful insights. As another reviewer pointed out, it isn't worth watching Craig's content, you are better off going to Youtube for better content.
I love this app but can get a little confusing when the professor uses the wrong words or accidentally says the wrong thing. Do you not edit errors out? It’s a great platform just needs a few tweaks here and there.
I think that you are lacking a lot of information. Only the basics are seen. But the complex issues are not mentioned or not described at all. If I compare these anatomical videos with other subjects, I have to admit that the quality is way worse than average.
Not sure what the other reviewers mean by a one star review. This is a very straightforward lecture and easy to understand. The math makes intuitive sense if you sit and think about it for a second. I don't see how this was rated 1 star.
I love the lectures. The only question I ask is that at the end of the reading lectures the questions of them I don’t know what the answers are. Is there a link for them? Is there more questions of each topic?
The slow and steady way of explaining every single detail is really appreciable
I use Altius for my MCAT course book, but learn better with watching videos. You guys line up pretty well with their content and it makes it easy to follow! I also love the examples that make it relatable.
Dr. Pickering walks through each piece of parietal and visceral peritoneal pleura and makes it so much easier to understand. Great video!
Best video I have found on the inguinal canal! Simple, clear and easy to understand.
It`s almost nothing in this lecture. We need some raports and traiects of the nerves.
This subject was so difficult to study in my textbook, but this lecture series on the inguinal canal has been a life-saver! Dr. Pickering really clarifies this topic for you.
Si la Chemistry hubiera sido explicada de esa forma en mi Children Process, entender su importancia pudo haberme ahorrado mi vital time, y tener una vida more easy.
I am a student at Downey High and I really want to be a cardiothoracic surgeon, and I didn't know what to learn but I know this website will help me.
not really clear. Not a good graphic to show and not highlighted properly to see the clear course of th arteries
No explica la anatomia de este nervio, solo estan consideraciones clinicas
Good pictures Understanding the way he teaches Slow and steady
It covers each and every topic of thoracic viscera and it covers the most important points only. Very useful for people who can't watch long lectures.
Honestly, I really start to regret purchasing Lecturio. It feels like most of the professors don't know what they are talking about and are just reading q text that's in front of them. I went to youtube and searched for cerebellum and found free videos that are way better than this..
The doctor reads from the slides. Not good at explaining difficult concept.
It is very audible, good sound system, analysed with pictures and really more defined
This is pretty good introduction! haha how to control the cell cycle
just basic to litle details course.easy to understand it.
manageable amount, not too long but goes into enough depth speed of speech is nice and easy to understand - not too fast
there are more areas involved in language control, and different types of aphasia.
I don't understand anything in this lecture. The math might be a way for memorizing the pathway but does not help me to understand how the pathway really works.
I think it is an entertaining way to learn the history of Biochemistry.
The lecture was very well explained with very practical examples
It was a great source of info I just wish it more of a deeper source rather than a sort of overview
Not too explanative.. Your articles are more informative thaymn your videos
Content of the lectures were useful especially when breaking down the components of each nerve. However, much of the lectures consisted of reading from slides which is entirely pointless as i can do that myself. It would also have been handy to include clinical testing techniques for each nerve as these will be important tests for us as doctors
Breakdown and delivery of the information was much better than many other lectures in this part of the curriculum. However, the lecturer seemed confused and delivered information in a confusing way towards the end. I also noticed that one of the tables in the slides changes suddenly to read something different and this confuses things further. Overall a lecture capable of delivering useful information in a concise way.
I like the slow and convincing way of teaching and obviously this is so good
I love this guy. The way he explains makes Biochem look easier
Nucleus must be introduced and explain the complete course of the nerve .
Just what I have been looking for since I decided to go into the medical field. Just perfect for all my needs. Thanks
This lectur have all about anterior and posterior triangle in an easy way.
The lecturer made the laminae look simple and memorable and definitely gotta be watched by peers since it gives a simple breaking down of presentation that makes it more easier to store it up.
I personally didn't found these lectures much informative, the speed of the professor is extremely slow plus the slides provided in it has more than 55 pages lot of times for a single lecture instead of compiling it in a good way. Must work with the slides provided in the download items. The lecture would be useful if it would have engaged the whole thing clinically like which le forte fracture will be associated with rhinorrhea, etc.
He is clear, short, and simplify the most important points
i liked the clinical correlations and the emergency incisions which was clearly explained.
content is superb but need more explanation on this topic
the information was presented really well I found the information to be presented very well I wish the lecture had more detail but it was really good lecture.
Solo falta que también sea en español :`) para que la dinámica sirva para los países de habla hispana
I like how he explained about the lecture. He explained it very well and because of that I learned
he is very clear and is a nice teacher, and he use a appropiated nivel of technicims
He is always clear in his lectures and is easy to understand him
v good lecture style . your videos are so simple that I can easily understand...thank u sir
I like so much the content of this course and how the doctor provide the information
Not detailed at all! Especially when compared to other lectures. Was lacking a lot of anatomical learning points
Great course, professor becomes very enjoyable once you get accustomed to his speech and presenting style. Would like to see more highlighting and zooming in of images so I can clearly see and follow what the instructor is referencing. Would also like to see more anatomy lectures, more specific and detailed lectures on more minute anatomical areas.
I really liked this site ,and it's seems helpful for me . I am a high school student. I am in the 10th grade right now. I just want to become a surgeon doctor because I want to save peoples lives. I know that I have to right a commit to this site and I do not have to introduce myself for you people. I do not need to study this because I did not understand today's subject.I just want to be ready for the medical school. I hope this website will help me being ready and ,Good Luck.
Concise with good use of slides and professional presence and dress.
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Great series on the Kidneys! Informative, not too content heavy.
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.
Dr. Canby explains the thoracic viscera very clearly. His pacing is good, and he makes sure to organize knowledge in a sensible way that is easy to learn.
first time I watched this, I didnt understand anything, now when I am watching it the second time I understood a bit, explanation is good, just takes time to digest!
This lecture has made anatomy look so easy to me. As a medical student at Makerere University in Kampala Uganda, I can't thank you well enough for this program.
Thank u very much that was very helpful and u made it very clear.
extremely helpful when the amino acids are divided in functional relevance.
because it more fun than going through the anatomy book
Very nice presentation of the shoulder by Dr James Pickering. Highly recommended!
good job loved it easy abdsorbing and can understand english very well
great explanation and quiz is the best part of the lectures
Amazing lectures. Simplifies complex pathways and process. Really fantastic! Watched every lessons.
Excellent lecture with very clear points that are made and in excellent chronological order. A fantastic way to get a brief overview and a great way to engrain the topics touched upon in the article.
Pude entender facilmente el tema. Me gusta muchisimo lo breve y resumido que es el tema y que se apoya en ilustraciones que facilitan el aprendizaje.
Smaller bits of information that is very clear and concise makes for easier understanding of concepts as a whole. I appreciate the "bite-sized" learning, well done.
Very clear . The image is excellent. The causes of the hernia are taken in other lectures and this one is focused on the way that is made. perfect for a first approximation to surgery.
Very nice explanation Easy approach Perfect timing Thank you Professor
This is nice a clear and well paced lecture. It's easy to understand. Thanks.
I think you could have gone in a little more in depth into the structure of photoreceptors. There were also a few other cells, such as the horizontal cells which backpack onto parts of the visual pathway-this knowledge is essential to understanding concepts of contrast. overall i do think it was a good lecture, but a little more depth into the vitreous humour and the aquous humour would have also helped
Beyond dull! The key to good learning materials is that they can take something and make it interesting, this video (and all the others I've seen so far, takes something fascinating and makes it dull.
i did very like how it was explained the anatomy, i enjoyed every single bit of the conference
to be honest, the lectures are super boring to watch
Fantastic. High yield with clear information. Very succinct and specific. Clearly laid out and organized.
i thought the course was very in depth and easy to understand.
thanks, it is very clear, helpful and understandable for everyone.
Es clara, va despacio, es buena, pero le falta. El conferencista tiende a ser muy plano en su tono de voz.
I think is very useful and everyone can understand the information... Great!
Made it easier to study for an exam because it was simple
All lectures are easy to understand, memorize and quizzes are helpful. Keep up the good work.
:) Thank you . everything in this lecture is clear. like it very much.
good summary and clear presentation with those details are often missed in other review lectures. Good job.
Please, stop speaking in such a monotone way. It gets people bored.
The organisation of the layers of the meninges and outer regions of the cranium were well put together, but the diagram regarding in the infoldings (falx cerebrum...etc) was poor. I could find way better diagrams with a simple search onto google
Excellent overview. Dr. Canby is one of my favorite lecturers for his clarity and straight-to-the-point lectures.
Clear and succinct overview of thoracic cavity. Excellent foundation to build upon
i very much like how Dr James presents his work to everyone around him
no professors in my college took me this concept as easy and clearer like Dr. James Pickering
You are doing a great job teaching me about all of this stuff white youre help i will devinitly gratuad collage.
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
such an informative motivating and exciting class. Thanks professor and lecturio for these lectures!
Almost no information really disappointing. Use Step 1 2018 page 46 ... Even a student could have presented the topic in more depth as it is important.
just excellent , the content and the preparations were realyy excellent and goes very easy.
I believe that she is a great lecturer but, the issue is the way of delivering the lesson and how much was she ready to record the tuition. anyway it was a good experience for both of us, she let me search a lot for the genetics to unwind condense informations :)
This is only the first lecture and the first time I am delving into biochemistry for the first time, so hard to say, but something about Prof. Ahern's manner makes me curious and creates a fine feeling of anticipation. Great for a first lecture.
love it. it is a worthwhile and useful course. i reccomend it to highschool students
Very disorganised way of explaining concepts It would be much better if things were presented in more detail and if the presentations were structured adequately
All the necessary informations, briefly and easy to understand, nice as a review
it was described in a simple and easy way to understand, thank you.
Simple was easy to understand Quiz help to assess oneself
This video did not really show Aspartic Acid or Glutamic Acid?
Great lecture with simple explanations for the freshman. Like it!
The lecturer did not appear confident looking into notes too often. Too many hand gestures are a distraction especially when not pointing to the stuff on the slides. The material was not presented in an easy or simple way. Made it more complicated that it actually is. I feel difficulty in continuing to the next lectures without understanding this.
He very easily simplifies things. So this is why I give him a five star review
It was really helpful, I would recommend this as an auxilary tool to follow up with your text books and class notes.
Rere and nice topic with a considerable difficulty which is lectured here with high accuracy and clarity
Good presentation, very accurately illustrsatrd and useful for all medical and theraptic ppurpose
This sirgical technique is taught wih prompt accracy , a nice discription.
A realistic approach for educate all medical professionals . Acurate and elabotate , made it suitable for medical needs
really an exlent way of art of teaching and presentation which is highly reguired for proper orientation and clear understanding
Nice presentation with required accuracy and elaborative that makes it vefy easily understandabe for any one
simple and sorted. well explained and very good concept builder
Amazing, loved it very much. Easy to follow and clear.
Short, brief, simple and very informative in just one lecture.
As for the lectures that i ve watched on lecturio, this is below standard, however,with those that i have watched so far pharmacology and pathology are 100% just listening to the their lectures is enough, but here anatomy is 20%. One will reaaly have to rely on class lectures , notes, power points etc. Really, poor.
very easy to understand . watched the same video several times. loved it
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.
Very nice presentations of the different subjects, and i felt I recieved a clear view of all the mechanisms presented
Awesome lecture, awesome proffesor. My teacher spent almost 1 hour explaining that. Thank you Dr. Ahern
speaks very clearly and has good explanations and terminology is delivered clearly
If you want a quick review of the cortex and it's irrigation this is a perfect lecture. If you need detailed information you should review this topics in a book.
I feel like she is just reading notes that she has been just handed over.
The presentation is simple, short and concise preparing students for more detailed content. I believe that this is an efficient approach toward a broader base of an audience. Thank you!
as a beginer i didnt couldn't understand anything the lecturer is talking about and the lecturer is way too fast
Image quality is a little issue here otherwise all fine and lectures are great
So well organized and clearly explained! The way you organize the material makes anatomy reasonable... the puzzle pieces fit.
My name is Barbara, I'm from Colombia and I really like your videos Mr. Kevin, because I think the content is easy to understand.
I want to inform in this video you made a mistake when you talk about the AV valve right and left auscultation, you said same side! left side 4th and 5th , same side and after in the summary , you said right and left 5th and 4th, you need the develop new video! Thanks
always great to check back Professor James Pickering lectures to refresh your knowledge of anatomy.
Dr. Cornwall is very thorough and paces herself very well in relating core concepts.
Need to go into much more details ! Way too generalustic, where are the roots, ganglions, names of branches???
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.
Gracias a su clase pude comprender mejor lo que leí en mi libro de textos, ademas me ayudo a complementar mis conocimientos adquiridos en clases.
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.
Me gusto todo, simplemente que en la pregunta que dice cuales son los músculos que desvían el ojo hacia abajo me dio como incorrecta cuando puse que eran el oblícuo sup y el recto inferior.
because i learnt alot from it which i could not easily understand while reading
Good job! Craig. You give important points in the review of the topics, you make it easy to understand. Regards from Mexico.
Very well explained and detailed lecture, but it would be nice for better understanding to have some names and terms (e.g. Ramachandran plot) displayed in the video!
explained well - its good for quick review I found it very helpful
explicita y concreta. me dio lo que necesitaba. los graficos estan geniales
way too fast ????I really wish the teacher would talk slower as now I keep having to pause and rewind etc.
nice concise summary of lecture and topic. I enjoyed it very much and it kept me attentive!.
The course doesn't include various topics like temporal, infratemporal and pterygopalatine fossae, temporomandibular joint, origin and insertion of muscles of neck, parotid region, submandibular region, pharynx (the pharynx covered in abdomen doesn't cover much details), blood supply and lymphatic drainage of head and neck, etc
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.
So much more simple than my lectures. Thanks for the detailed lecture. You're a life saver.
The lecture is great, really informative, loved it. The quiz has one of the questions as, what structure is NOT located within the sinus and the answer is given as ureter when the answer should be the calyx. As the ureter passes through the hilum and out the sinus, but the calyx does not exit the kidney.
Direct , and easy to follow. The length of the video also helps.
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.
I liked the whole Cardiac Conduction System. Thank you Professor for the lecture. Really helpful and easy to follow.
It’s very good I really enjoyed this lecture.the study of way is very good
great job, thank you for the details! if there are updates, it is much appreciated
Dr. Pickering is one of my favorite instructors on Lecturio! He's always clear and concise; while not leaving anything overlooked. My university professor nervously breezed through this material due to the nature of these topics, which left most of us confused and irritated. More jokes then learning. I was really only able to understand via this lecture series. I'm truly grateful Lecturio exists and I feel so much more confident heading into my examination.
simple, understandable, comprehensive . im looking forward into details on the anatomical structures of the limbs
falta detallar el origen aparente, el origen real, mas detalles de los nucleos donde se encuentra
Thank you very much, that was clear and to the point
Engaging with good use of humor, well structured, generally his videos are excellent
The lecturer is mostly reading the slides. The qbank could also be implemented with explanations about the alternatives.
The lectures were understandable and well organized presentation. Though few questions were asked, it help students recall things that had been thought. Furthermore, the presentation is separated into regions and it doesn't confuse the students.
Great professor but unfortunately the details of this lecture are not important for USMLE Step 1
I would recommend this lecture to the osteopathic students snd colleagues
Excellent synthesis about cranial nerves and the most important clinical correlations
Easy to understand and the explanation are very clear. Thank you very much good job!
In my school we will take this lecture in 2 hours!!! Way too short and superficial
This lecture offers only the very basic principles for understanding the concept of hybridisation with very little examples. The lecturer himself seems as if he reads notes off a text book out loud without providing appropriate explanation on the idea behind the way that hybridisation works in interacting atoms. Also, providing problem-solving exercises (like at the end of lecture 12. Covalent Bonds - Quantum Numbers), as well as, the answers to those questions - so that someone can mark their own responses - is an essential part of teaching and learning I hope we can agree.
I actually disagree with the above. Definitely really easy to follow, especially with the colour changes on the diagrams. It is, after all, an anatomy lecture and he teaches in a way that does allow you to think contextually for yourself without being super explicit about it. Thanks James
,He uses a lot of images and the way he explains is really good and clear. Thank you
extremely poor presentation. no disrespect to the professor but his anatomy lectures are so far the worst in lecturio!
Good video to see and really simple to understand and not confusing, really helpful for anatomy's lab and for life.
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
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Great review of the 12 cranial nerves. Presented the material in a much more organized fashion than any of my medical school lectures did.
TOP stuff ! I wish my lecturer was like that because you are amazing
Very nice and clear explanations. Dr. Canby takes a very complicated topic and makes it easy to understand and remember. Thank you!
This was a great addendum to my anatomy book and Guyton. I often flip to Lecturio when I am tired of reading and need things put to me straight and simply.
This broke down very difficult concepts regarding the ANS and the parasympathetic and sympathetic that I have been struggling to learn for MONTHS! I used my whiteboard to diagram as the lecturer taught and it finally stuck.
Me encanta sus clases son mas explicitas y entiendo mejor cada paso para realizar los procedimientos
Simple and objective. lliked the ritm and the basic aspect
Needs more details, and take it slower so that we the audience can get a more thorough understanding of the topic (the video really doesnt need to be that short)
Bcz it's very helpfull and the teaching method is very good.
I found it really helpful. Your explanations were clear and easy to understand.
As much as your stories are interesting for the ETC gradient It does not fit my learning style. It would be nice to have clear scientific language about what's happening. I can't write a story on my exam paper. Perhaps this is just me.
Easy to understand and very complete. Thank you for your time, helped me a lot
Thank you for the video's theses are really helpful. look forward to keep learning.
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
Dr. Ahuja does a great job of concisely presenting information in a tone that is upbeat and engaging.
Feels like she is not comfortable with information she is teaching. Accuracy of information (and spelling!) is sometimes questionable.
Assalam-o-Alikum! Sir your lectures are very informative and its my humble request kindly give us access to download these lectures because lots of time taken by lecture due to internet problem plz try to understand and give us access of downloading
This lecture is easy to memorize and understand, also it has accurate and clear information.
Concise, and easy to understand! I feel much more confident now after going through the videos for this exam.
very nice clear and organized lecture. thank you. it adds alot to my simple knowledge
Great Explanation !! I wish we would have had you as a teacher. :)
thanks for teaching me in such a clear, precise, and yet enriching way
Great explanation of lower limb from Dr.Pickering, especially muscles. That's why i like it very much.
These are great lectures. I like all lectures from Dr.Canby and I recommend them to every medical student who wants to learn anatomy.
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.
everything is ok and demarcated I invite soroosh naderian and shaghayegh sobhani and reza rostami to try this site
excellent lecture. Cristal clear; not too slow not too fast, smooth transitions and a bright ending
great presentation, it covers the basic stuff about Ventricular system.
Hacen falta mejorar los subtítulos en español, no siempre están en el orden correcto las palabras y esto dificulta el entendimiento.
It was very precise and up to the point. The presentation was interesting that triggers to study better .
I chose this because it is very useful and understanding to the medical students and the professionals. I became more fluent in subjects like anatomy and emergency. I chose this because it is very useful and understanding to the medical students and the professionals. I became more fluent in subjects like anatomy and emergency. What I really liked about this course is that it has the specific information you need to understand the world of medicine, be a good doctor and face the problems that we could have. I would recommend this because it is so useful What I really liked about this course is that it has the specific information you need to understand the world of medicine, be a good doctor and face the problems that we could have. I would recommend this because it is so useful and clearly at the explication.
very good lecture. pretty well organized and instructive. He has a deep knowledge of the material making me to pay special attention to all his lectures.
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.
CLEAR AND CONCISE, WELL EXPLAINED.GOOD DIAGRAMS. VERY INTERESTING LECTURE.
it is very clear and easy to understand, beginners will not get lost.
I am studying for my Anatomy and physiology class, and your lecture is truly helping me.
the lecture was amazing, you made it easy and clear to understand
Very nice and informative lecture, easy to understand and remember
Acoje adecuadamente cada tema y tiene un orden logico en las presentaciones. EN general pienso que pueden hacer las [resentciones mas didacticas, con mas imagines, graficas, animaciones etc.. a medida que va avanzando el curso en general. POr ahora creo que brinda la informacion gneralde los temas.
I have followed Dr Ahern through all the basics of biochem lectures and he has never failed to deliver.
Great job, Dr. Ahern. Thank you for bettering my understanding of these concepts! Used as a supplement to lectures and powerpoints, your videos on Lecturio have been extremely helpful to me!
he is stating sabotta diagram and not explaining in conceptual way
It states the concepts very clear, i would love to have him as a professor
It was a nice lecture but, IT-guys, can you please add the stuff to speed up a video. Thanks.
Very good lecture, l consider that is one of the most complete themes that l´ve read ...good job.
I choose this rating because it was truly clear, and i remembered it right away. I would recommend this video to students of Osteopathy.
what a pleasure to learn from the best. thanks to that lecture my concepts are cristal clear.
Excellent. This best way to get this in memory. I love his approach to the delivery of the lecture
Did not like the sequence of the power points, too confusing.
I am a biochemistry student studying in the UK I found this so useful especially as a foundation in my initial year of study.
Thank you Dr. Craig, this video is very helpful! I learned everything necessary that I need and I'm glad...
I love the visuals, her method of speaking and the transcript at the end
These lectures were not very engaging - rather monotonous way of talking and a mixture of qualities of diagrams. In the lectures about the effects of lesions, the anatomy was shown in a very simple language, but then complex pathology terms were left unexplained (a few were explained, but the majority were not).
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.
Hello, I usually don't rate lectures, but I had to do it here. The reason of that is that I found the certain video unable to make me understand the structures of the inner ear. Please be more specific and use better images, for example about what otoconia are and their use, the cupule etc. Despite of that I like dr. Candy. Thank you.
Dr. James' explanation was very clear. The pictures in the lecture could have been a bit bigger but overall it was delivered very well.
Clear presentation, well oriented, easy to follow, well illustrated, takes you to clinical applications almost inmidiatly, great to review your complex isolated concepts of neck anatomy.
Good lecture, easy to understand, excellent overview of the abdominal wall
Some of these comments are absurd, no where in the video does the professor say interior oblique. Great video, straight to the point with great illustrations. Thank you!
well explained, to the point, easy to understand, and high yield topics being taught for step1
Very less content... Try to upload many more vedios.... And on much more details
accurate selection of high-yield information and clinical correlations . Totally loved it.
Even though i don't use english as my main language i understood almost everything and i haven't really studied it well. I really liked it!
very nice way of dissecting and thoroughly going over each HY nerve, much appreciated!
video was simple and fast, and well articulated. Much appreciated
You make it much more easier. However, I still understand all important points. Thank you!
the course is clear and simple I be able to understand basic anatomy that of course suitable for me and I'll recommend it to my colleagues indeed.
The lectures are really good and to the point! I like how they aren't too long (otherwise i wouldn't take anything in after 15mins tbh) They are short and very easy to grasp the concept!
Good lecture, but not USMLE focused. This is more of a general biology lecture than a USMLE prep lecture. It seems to me that Lecturio is not making the difference between MCAT prep and USMLE prep. The lectures look more like MCAT prep lectures and not USMLE.
Wish I had known about this website sooner:( I hope all the lectures here are like this.
I like the way she expresses, you can easily understand her
A good lecture I feel could have been better. What are the 10 Roman numerals in the first figure attributed to? That question is left in my mind.
The Brodman áreas should be added. Great lecture besides that.
I like the way Pickering teaches, he uses a lot of images and the way he explains is really good
its nice liked it very much very nicely explained then others
best prof in the world explains everything so good that even a kid will understand
Its a little bit dificult to understand but the information its complete and tables and graphics helps a lot
clear and well summarized, the quizes at the end are very helpful for memorizing
No additional understanding just passive reading. Also, slides are just being changed after reading.
Really great explanations of the whole process. Was not happy that I had to relearn Krebs and ETC but actually found these videos enjoyable and valuable.
thanks for cutting down into smaller bits.he is a bit fast though.thank you
Great enzyme analogy! Enzyme is the friend who puts his two other friends in contact with each other so that they can start talking and dating ;)
Nothing on how p53 relates to RB or how p53 induces p21 to inhibit CDK thus acting as a tumor suppressor by not allowing cell cycle progression. This info is found in the the First Aid for the USMLE so it is probably important.
In terms of studying for something like USMLE, brief intro is fine! Such topics will not be tested on the exam but are necessary to build foundations for other future topics. If you are studying for other exams, this whole module may be a bit light on key information. Great as a refresher though!
Conveyed the process in a short &digestable way.I LIKED THE WAY OF presentation too.
He sounds so bored, which makes it hard to keep focused. Also some of the slides aren't readable
TOPICS ARE GOOD BUT DR IS VERY SLOW .....HE IS NOT ADDING NE EXTRA POINT BY HIMSELF ..JUST NARRATING THE SLIDES.......EVEN I CAN DO DAT......HE IS NOT AT ALL MAKING IT INTRESTING....FEELING SLEEPY ALL D TIME LISTNING HIS LECTURES....PLZ CONSIDER
Very detailed and easy to understand thank you for your efforts
It explains everything with details, and he shows what he’s saying in images so it’s easier to understand.
his teaching is clear and it is not allowing me to get even a single doubt
i could understand the concepts better. explanation was good.the charts were self explanatory. it made me feel bio chem much more interesting.
Lectures are very dry, provide no interesting insights and focus very strongly on anatomical labels (eg. focus on learning names of parts rather than giving a good knowledge and feel of those parts).
The course doesn't include various topics like temporal, infratemporal and pterygopalatine fossae, temporomandibular joint, origin and insertion of muscles of neck, parotid region, submandibular region, pharynx (the pharynx covered in abdomen doesn't cover much details), blood supply and lymphatic drainage of head and neck, etc
Awesome experience, perfect learning tutorial ... i personally love it because it's more of a teacher to me... love it
Superb best video till now. So it is really helping me
I like the way you link things from one to another. Yuu made these lectures highly appreciated with the concise and comprehensive explanation! Thanks Prof!
I have watched the lecture series on the Abdominal wall and Thoracic viscera conducted by professor Craig, and he was more interactive and seemed to have greater Knowledge in those parts. This lecture is way too general and lacks many important info.
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.
It should be a deeper examination of gross anatomy. It is a pretty superficial description. Also, the muscles and bones of head and neck were not discussed in the corresponding lectures
This is not a USMLE 1 focused topic, an important material for the step, it's so superficial either the question that is a first order question. Need to going deep in the topics, we're not an undergraduate students.
The professor is doing great job. Quick review of the Body wall. Illustrations could be better and more clinical correlations could be provided.
Very clear explanation and great presentation. Very easy to follow.
It is very superficial. He just repeats whatever appeared on the slides. Additionally, the Doctor makes the lecture very boring.
It's one of the most useful skills. Memory is a major part of our lives in medical school.
Excellent presentation by the lecturer I don't think it be could be better explained. Looking forward to the rest of this topic.
I chose this rating because the structures the Lecturer is describing are unclear and difficult to follow. If the instructure had better visualization--such as highlighting the veins as he spoke--that would help immensley. An additional thing that would have helped is to have a visual summary of which veins feed into which at the end of the segment so the students could organize the vein tributaries better in their minds. I like the over all information, it just needs to be presented better.
i like your teaching .sir. it helps me to understand the concepts clearly.
Excellent information and explanation, it's helping me a lot. Congrats, lecturio!
Es un excelente profesor ya que es muy específico en la antomía, me gusta el sentido en el que va mencionando cada parte del organo y la función que cumple asi como sus patología so anomalias en cuestiones anormales
First of all I would like to say that I really appreciate all of the effort by the professors and Lecturio to do great lectures, however, I would like to say, as well, that you need to focus on the exam format (In this case - USMLE Step 1). For example, in this lecture it was asked: "Which of the following is NOT a lysosome related disorder?" that is pretty good, because it has a clinical context with the subject, however this " lysosome related disorder" have never been taught by Professor Cornwall.
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.
its osam and very easy to understand, visual effects are too good
Hello! I have not finished all the course so I can not give you a proper feedback. but so far I really liked it and it has been quite useful. Thanks.
lecture has been nicely explained . i like the little humor in lecture .
Very high yield info given in logical and presentable way
Dr. Ahuja provides great examples to easily understand the topics for recall later on.
Very clear what is going on. I understand it much better.
I am a neurosurgeon. this lecture is fantastic and very useful. i just wish if the quiz has more questions
good cns lecture delivered in an understandable way. very helpful
presentation is pretty slow and he looks like just reading from prompter rather thn really explaning structures
Loved the lectures, especially the le