Jane, MO – Crowder College Life Science instructor Trevor Melvin held a special demonstration and short lesson on the new Anatomage table for McDonald County High School instructors and administrators on the campus in Jane this morning.
The Anatomage tables are considered a state-of-the-art training tool allowing students to practice clinical scenarios through high-resolution simulation.
“The table opens a new training opportunity for anyone interested in the field of healthcare,” stated Aaron Divine, Director of McDonald County Instructional Center. “Mr. Melvin brought the idea of purchasing the table to administration and after watching the demonstration there was no doubt this would provide an excellent educational value to students.”
An Anatomage table is the most technologically advanced 3D anatomy visualization virtual dissection tool for anatomy and physiology education and is being adopted by many of the world’s leading medical schools and institutions, according to https://anatomage.com/table/.