Current Gannon students and faculty can now download Human Anatomy Atlas and Anatomy & Physiology Apps from Visible Body to their computer or mobile device. These apps will allow users to view interactive 3D images and animations of the 12 body systems and male and female gross anatomy models.
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Any time you need help with a paper or project, whether it's where to begin, finding more information/sources, citing a resource or just to bounce an idea around, please feel free to contact me to set up an appointment. My contact information is in the profile box above.
Each tab above focuses on different resources available through the Nash Library and Internet that can aid the user in locating materials for a paper or project.
The white heart was officially launched as a universal symbol for nursing in 1999, on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the International Council of Nurses. The symbol is meant to characterize the caring, knowledge and humanity that infuse the work and spirit of nursing. The white heart is also a unifying symbol for nurses globally.
White was selected because it brings together all colours, demonstrating nursing's acceptance of all people. White also has a world-wide association with nursing, caring, hygiene and comfort. The heart shape communicates humanity and the central place that nursing has in quality health care.
This information was taken directly from the International Council of Nurses web site at http://www.icn.ch/
Keep the focus of your topic clear when selecting what resources to use when looking for information. You may want to consult sources outside of the usual health field if your subject includes another main issue. For example: