We have many books about anatomy and physiology in the Drill Hall Library. This can be found at shelfmarks 611 and 612, which are in the Silent Study Zone. Books relating to specific aspects of anatomy and physiology will have a sub-section of this area. Examples:
Some of our most popular anatomy and physiology books:
Each of the three Universities at Medway has access to a fantastic anatomy an physiology learning tool called Visible Body. Each has slightly different aspects available, but the key part of this resource is the Human Anatomy Atlas. This is a 3D body displaying normal adult anatomy. It can be viewed from any angle and layered with any combination of body systems. Each individual muscle, organ and nerve is labeled and this resource is brilliant for both initial learning and revision.
Acland's Video Atlas of Human Anatomy (available via CCCU LibrarySearch) - this resource contains videos of dissected human cadavers, giving a wide range of useful recordings regarding anatomy and movement of the human body.
ebooks - all 3 Universities at Medway have purchased anatomy and physiology ebooks. Each has different titles according to the needs of the specific discplines taught by each university. See the Books page for information on accessing ebooks.
Journal articles - all 3 Universities at Medway subscribe to a number of journals which cover anatomy and physiology topics. Useful databases for finding these include CINAHL, Medline and SportDiscus.