Dublin & San Diego – April 5th, 2019
3D4Medical, the global leader in the development of ground-breaking 3D technology that disrupts traditional methods of education, has launched its flagship product, Complete Anatomy, as a Publishing Platform for education. The Complete Anatomy platform has over 1 million registered users.
Subscribers to the platform will soon see courses ranging from Anatomy & Physiology to Surgical Training in a variety of languages that can be used as resources by faculty in creating custom curriculum solutions for students, and also used by students as standalone courses as part of their subscription.
Robert Cairnduff, COO of 3D4Medical, said “We are very excited about the next phase of development of this platform. Initially, we developed 5 courses in collaboration with 8 PHDs in Anatomy Education, also using Dr. Mark Nielsen’s Cadaveric Image library, Professor Peter Abraham’s Clinical Correlate library and work that we had done with the University of Sydney on a Point of Care Ultrasound course, but this takes things to a whole new level. We are launching at least 15 new 3D interactive courses this summer and will launch at least 60 altogether by the end of 2019. It’s a great opportunity for faculty to partner with 3D4Medical and develop world-class published content.”
Dr. Jonathan Wisco, Boston University School of Medicine, noted “I love using the Complete Anatomy Course Creation platform. I’ve been able to utilise the 3D models and integrate them with slides that I’ve prepared. The combination of the two has been really engaging for my students and I look forward to creating more courses in the future.”
“Our university is currently moving toward more online and blended classroom courses. Online content and resources are also in high demand from our students. Being able to author my own content in Complete Anatomy is an important way for me to update my courses and respond to the increasing demand for online content. Complete Anatomy is a visually stunning, interactive resource that allows me the flexibility of customizing course content that is directly applicable to our clinical program” added Dr. Cara Sandholdt, University of California, Davis School of Medicine.
“At 3D4Medical, we look for partners that leverage our ground-breaking technology to bring the latest breakthrough educational solutions to the market,” said John Moore, CEO of 3D4Medical. “Being able to match this best-in-class technology with subject matter experts in their field is already changing medical education as we know it. This pace of this journey is increasing rapidly and we are a cornerstone of that revolution.”
3D4Medical is transforming medical learning and practice around the world and is leading the way in the development of ground-breaking 3D medical technology. This technology disrupts traditional methods of education by providing revolutionary applications that allow the educator, student, professional and patient to explore and experience medical education like never before, putting high-quality accessible 3D anatomical information at their fingertips. With the receipt of a prestigious Apple Design Award in 2016, over 15 million downloads worldwide and the #1 top-download positions in the App Store in 148 countries, 3D4Medical has enjoyed great success to date as it continues in its pursuit to improve the lives of patients, students, medical professionals and educators around the world. 3D4Medical is headquartered in Dublin and has 75 employees.