Nursing resources and tools

We are here to support your teaching and learning in the transition to online curriculums. On this page you can find free resources from our flagship virtual learning platforms and core nursing education textbooks.


Free lectures

Breaking down tough-to-learn anatomical concepts, into easy-to-follow chunks to share with your students.

1. Anatomy Dissected:
Cranial Nerve I (olfactory nerve)

2. Anatomy Dissected:
Cranial Nerve II (optic nerve)


3. Anatomy Dissected:
Cranial Nerve III (oculomotor nerve)

4. Anatomy Dissected:
Cranial Nerve IV (trochlear nerve)

5. Anatomy Dissected:
Cranial Nerve V (trigeminal nerve)

6. Anatomy Dissected:
Cranial Nerve VI (abducens nerve)


Ancillary content to promote active learning

Download our Mini Cases

Download our Question Handouts. Answers are available, too!

Ross & Wilson Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Illness, 13th Edition


Chapter 2: Physiological
chemistry and processes

Download questions

Download answers


Chapter 4:
The blood

Download questions

Download answers


Ancillary content to enhance your online tutorials

Download our PowerPoints to embed into your teaching.

Ross & Wilson Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Illness, 13th Edition


Chapter 3:
Cells and tissues PowerPoint

Download


Chapter 10:
The respiratory system PowerPoint

Download


Answers to
PowerPoint questions


Download


Wellness activities to engage remote learners

Download our free printable colouring pages to engage your students.

Provide additional support to your first year students with our free NurseGuide app

NurseGuide contains a dictionary of key nursing terms, an overview of fundamental procedures and diseases and common clinical conditions.

App store link

Supporting medical and nursing education

In this difficult time we are offering institutional access to our medical and nursing ClinicalKey student platforms, at no cost, until the end of June.

If you would like to discuss access for your institution let us know.

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Coming soon:

  • More clinical cases
  • More Anatomy Dissected videos
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