Primal Pictures new HTML5 interface launch at the 45th Annual Conference of ASSA
Learning Curve attended the 45th Annual Conference of The Anatomical Society of Southern Africa in Club Mykonos during April where we showcased the brand new HTML5 user interface for Primal Pictures. Simple, easier and improved product speed with the same unrivalled content!
Primal Pictures have rolled out the changes over the last few weeks with the Human Functional Anatomy module being the newest member of this new and improved user interface.
The conference focused on colleagues involved in teaching and research in the field of Anatomy in the broadest of senses. Topics covered included clinical and applied anatomy, histology and cell biology, developmental embryology, biological and forensic anthropology, comparative anatomy, structure and function, medical education, anatomical techniques.
ASSA 2017 was opened by international speaker Dr. Carlos Machado, who earned his medical degree from the Faculdade de Medicina de Teresópolis in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1982. Today, Dr. Machado’s illustrations can be seen in over 40 publications, among them the Clinical Symposia collection, the Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations, the highly acclaimed Interactive Atlas of Clinical Anatomy and in the five last editions of the best-seller Netter’s Atlas of Human Anatomy, which has been published in 17 languages in over 70 countries. In addition to his original paintings, Dr. Machado has contributed meticulous updates to many of Dr. Netter’s original plates.
Primal Pictures is currently being used by many Universities around the world, including many in South Africa. Transforming teaching and bringing learning to life it is clear to see why it is the anatomy software of choice. Primal Pictures is constantly evolving to deliver a best-in-class service based on needs. Take a look at what has been done over the past two years to enhance faculty workflow, improve student outcomes and increase patient satisfaction levels here.
With flexible licensing options and various packages available, Primal Pictures is designed to fit your requirements and budget. Contact us today to request your free trial and discover the unparalleled level of detail and accuracy, current to South African curriculum.
“We use Primal Pictures both in the lecture hall via Intranet Connection to show video’s or animations as well as scheduled computer lab time for students to individually view the program and answer the quizzes as they work through the different modules. It has helped in improving the pass rate of biological natural sciences in both the first and second year level.” Professor Ben Page – Division of Anatomy & Histology, University of Stellenbosch.