A picture is worth 1000 words. Visual Medical Education (VME creates visual tools to improve educational and health outcomes. VME leverages the latest digital technology including iPad apps, 3D animations, iBooks, and the Web in order to teach medical concepts. The team is currently working on strategic projects in Surgery, Transplant, Neurosciences, Heart Failure, and Undergraduate Medical Education. These projects are intended to solve important educational problems that affect a significant number of learners.
Surgical Anatomy of the Liver (Coming Spring 2014)
iPad app that allows the learner to rotate the liver, turn structures off and on, and tap anatomy to reveal a label.
Download Flyer (PDF)
Textbook of Organ Transplantation
Digitally sculpted 2D illustrations of transplant procedures to illuminate a textbook.
Come Clean: Stop Surgical Infections Before They Start
iPad app that teaches patients how to reduce their risk for surgical site infections, prior to surgery.
Medicines After Kidney Transplant
iPad app to teach patients about their primary transplant medications including belatacept.
Michael Konomos, MS, CMI
1762 Clifton Road NE, Suite 2200
Atlanta, GA 30322