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Internet Resources

You can also find self-assessment resources on the internet. This table list some of those resources.

Merk Manual Quizzes

This webpage lists quiz questions on a variety of subjects.

StatPearls StatPearls via PubMed offers professionals in medicine, nursing, and allied health the most comprehensive database of multiple-choice questions with explanations and review activities. Make sure to only sign up for the free version!

The New England Journal of Medicine

This journal provides a number of learning modules, for example, Interactive Medical Cases. Some of the resources are free and some are for subscribers only. The library has a subscription so all resources should be available.


Subscription Resources

There are a number of Library Resources that provide self-assessment resources for students.This table lists some of these resources.

Visible Body

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Visible Body has a number of  self-study resources throughout its modules. Look for the quiz links relevant to each module: 

Heart and Circulatory Premium Collection: Quizzes on Systematic Arteries, Systematic Valves, Heart and Pulmonary Circulation.

Human Atlas: Quizzes specifically relevant to learning anatomy.

Skeletal Premium: Quizzes on the Skull, Axial Skeleton and Appendicular Skeleton.

Muscle Premium: Quizzes on Head and Neck, Shoulder, Upper Limbs, Abdomen, Spine and Back, Pelvis and Lower Limbs.

Anatomy and Physiology: Quizzes on Cells and Tissues, Integumentary System, Muscles Tissue and Muscle System, Nervous System and Special Senses, Endocrine system, Circulatory System, Lymphatic System, Respiratory System, Urinary System, and the Reproductive System.

Access Medicine


You will need to create an account (it's free) to access the study resources of this collection. In this collection you will find different types of review questions based on selected books e.g. Clerkship topics, Case files and Cases based scenarios as well as comprehension questions.

This resource has an number of self-test options. In the Anatomy and Physiology module you will find interactive learning modules, quizzes and case studies.The quizzes and interactive modules vary from module to module.

You can use the hide rollover option in the settings and download an unlabelled image to create a self-test. Reset the option to show labels to assess your success.

3D Real Time allows you to create annotated images to download for self- assessment or to share with your study group. Download a second labelled image to self-correct.

BMJ Best Practice

Procedural videos: These short videos demonstrate how to perform common medical and surgical techniques.

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