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Access to Complete Anatomy

We now have access to Complete Anatomy which is an Interactive 3D anatomy learning resource. Complete Anatomy includes: layering of anatomical elements; interactive labelling; animations; quizzes and other tools.

Download the app via an app store and login on campus to enable institutional access.

Open the app and select get started, complete the in-app registration by creating a 3d4Medical Account.

Access to Complete Anatomy

Access to additional Ebooks

We have just commenced a subscription to a Lippincott and Williams Ebook set which covers anatomy and physiology.

Note some of the books we now have access to  include;

Clinical Oriented Anatomy

Essential NeuroScience

Grants Atlas of Anatomy

Langmans Medical Embryology

To find any of these books, go to LibrarySearch type in the title and the book will surface in your results list as an Ebook.


Trial access to Human Anatomy resource


UPDATE: Off campus access to Acland Video Atlas of Human Anatomy is now restored.

We have just taken a trial to the following resource for your use.

View 3D images and use object rotation to help you understand anatomy using  Acland Video Atlas of Human Anatomy.

This resource should help as a general study guide, revision aid and as a refresher, it is currently on trial until 8th March 2014- Let us know what you think; positive and negative or if you have alternative suggestions for resources.

Please can you feedback to us your thoughts about their usefulness either as comments to this post or by emailing healthlibrary@cf.ac.uk

Anatomy Season

This Autumn Clod Ensemble and Wales Millennium Centre present The Anatomy Season – a series of conversations, performances and workshops, inspired by the theme of anatomy.


An Anatomie in Four Quarters –


Anatomical Drawing – Book tickets

Wax Sculpting Anatomy –

Inside Information

Professor Judith Hall, Dr. Tracey Wilkinson and WNO Singer, Ros Evans
Wed 4 Dec | 7pm – 9pm | £8*
Ty Dewi Sant, University Hospital of Wales

Investigate the voice and breathing apparatus with medics and artists in the simulation suites at Cardiff Medical School.

The Poetic Body

Anatomy Through Movement


Anatomy Acts

Artists Talk Anatomy


To book and read more about the work check here,