Pocket Anatomy – Interactive 3D Human Anatomy & Physiologypocket-acade4my-pic

2 February at 2:00 pm GMT (UTC+0) .  9:00 am Eastern Standard Time (UTC-5) 3:00 pm CET (UTC+1)

A FREE webinar for interpreters and translators who work frequently in medical environments.

This is an app that is ideal for professionals in the medical sector, Pocket Anatomy is a medically accurate, male and female 3D model of the human body, packed with over 100,000 words of learning content and 100s of videos on human anatomy and physiology. Explore the human body fluidly navigating from skin layer through the superficial to deep musculature, and on to internal organ structures, ligaments and the skeletal system. Only for iPhone, iPad and OSX.

eCPD is proud to be hosting this free webinar on behalf of Pocket Anatomy. The date is 2nd February  2017 and the time 2:00 pm GMT. To register click the button below.

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Once you have registered you will receive a confirmation email from Gotowebinar. It contains a link to the webinar. Keep this safely (you can put it into your calendar in your own local time to help you remember). Closer to the date you will receive reminders.

We will be recording this webinar. Please don’t be tempted to cancel your place if you find you will not be attending live. If you do, you will not receive the link to the recorded webinar after it has taken place.

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We look forward to welcoming you to the webinar.

 

Comments

  1. DavidS

    This looks very interesting. Is it actually useful to attend if I don’t have an iPhone or another Apple product? Is there a chance this app might at some point become available for other platforms as well?

    • Hi. I have checked with the developers and this is what they say “we do have plans to make the app compatible with different operating systems (such as Android or Windows) but I cannot say exactly when.”
      So it’s probably worth finding out about it and getting in touch with them after the webinar.

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