Best YouTube Channels that Teach You Anatomy

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If you are a Pre-med student studying Anatomy, I highly recommend you check out these YouTube channels to maximize your understanding.

Pro tip: Learn Anatomy and Physiology from a wide variety of resources in order to hear people explain the concepts in different ways.

Here are helpful YouTube channels to watch when studying for Anatomy and Physiology:

1. Dr. Matt and Dr. Mike

Dr. Mike and Dr. Matt’s YouTube channel has helped me the most in learning Anatomy in college.

They are passionate Anatomy lecturers in Griffith University, Australia who have put up their videos to help students learn Anatomy on YouTube.

Dr. Mike explains simplifies difficult concepts and explains them exceptionally well.

He even draws simplified diagrams to help you understand the information.

They even have a Medical Anatomy podcast that ranked in the top 10.

Dr. Matt and Dr. Mike’s videos focus on Anatomy, Physiology, Pathophysiology, Pharmacology, Biochemistry, Biology, and Embryology.

If you are studying Anatomy and Physiology in college I highly recommend Dr. Mike and Dr. Matt’s YouTube channel.

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2. BioDynamics Vienna and Muscle and Motion

It’s hard to memorize what each muscle does and where it is located.

BioDynamics Vienna can help you tremendously in learning the Anatomy and Physiology of muscles.

This channel provides you with videos of each muscle along with their movements.

Muscle and Motion is a similar channel that can help you to visualize and remember each muscle movement of individual muscles.

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3. Amoeba Sisters

Are you confused on the molecular aspects of Anatomy like lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates?

If yes, the Amoeba Sisters is here to save you from pulling your hair out.

This channel will aid you at the beginning of your Anatomy course.

You can find videos on molecules, proteins, lipids, cell structure, carbohydrates and more.

Their illustrations are engaging and comical. The Amoeba Sisters explain the concepts in a manner that is easy to understand.

You will have a blast learning molecular Anatomy with the Amoeba Sisters.

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4. Bozeman Science

Mr. Andersen is the host of the YouTube channel, Bozeman Science.

He does videos about many science subjects like Anatomy, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and more.

He references cultural phenomenon like Dora the Explorer, Facebook, Jimi Hendricks, and Email in order to draw analogies between difficult concepts and make them easier to digest.

Mr. Andersen even does a review with you at the end of the video to summarize the concepts. This recall method helps you learn the material faster.

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How to Learn Medical Spanish for Free!

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Here are 3 hidden gems to help you learn basic conversational medical Spanish for free!

Perfect for beginners, this is a great way to start learning medical Spanish with no added cost to you.

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1. Language Tailor

The language tailor has 76 videos that are all less than 5 minutes!

Enjoy a lesson everyday and be sure to take notes in a notebook to track your phrases.

His fast and informative videos are found on YouTube under languagetailor1

I was really impressed by the simplicity and amount of phrases I learned through his videos in a short period of time.

This channel is perfect for people who are not yet confident in their Spanish skills and do not want to invest yet in an expensive medical Spanish course.

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2. Common Ground International

This is another perfect YouTube channel for beginner Spanish learners.

The host, Rory, speaks both English and Spanish. He is very passionate about you beginning your medical Spanish journey.

Rory’s videos help you to build sentences, learn vocabulary, and hear proper word pronunciation.

His videos average about 15-20 minutes and are perfect if you want to level up your skills from the Language Tailor’s awesome videos.

Common Ground International even offers services to help students and businesses be more proficient in Spanish in the workforce.

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3. SpanishDict app

The SpanishDict app is by far the most useful Spanish app for beginner medical professionals learning Spanish.

If you forgot how to say a word or are struggling with pronunciation, this app is a lifesaver!

Just type in a word or sentence in English or Spanish and it will automatically translate it for you.

You can even hold down the voice button and say a phrase in Spanish or English and it will automatically translate it for you.

How cool is that?

Another stellar thing about this app is its correct grammar and accuracy compared to Google Translate.

It can even be utilized for pretend conversations with a patient.

Think of some phrases you usually say at work and translate them to Spanish through the SpanishDict app.

The next time you see a coworker or patient, you can show off some cool phrases you learned in Spanish!

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Conclusion

How to Learn Medical Spanish for Free?

1. Language Tailor

2. Common Ground International

3. SpanishDict app

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Do you recommend any medical Spanish resources for health professionals?

If you have taken any courses or books that have helped you in your Spanish, please let us know in the comments!


How to Learn Medical Spanish for Free

3 minute read

Here are 3 hidden gems to help you learn basic conversational medical Spanish for free.

Perfect for beginners, this is a great way to start learning medical Spanish with no added cost to you.

Photo by Anna Shvets on Pexels.com

1. Language Tailor

The language tailor has 76 videos that are all less than 5 minutes.

Enjoy a lesson everyday and be sure to take notes in a notebook to track your phrases.

His fast and informative videos are found on YouTube under languagetailor1

I was really impressed by the simplicity and amount of phrases I learned through his videos in a short period of time.

This channel is perfect for people who are not yet confident in their Spanish skills and do not want to invest yet in an expensive medical Spanish course.

Photo by Anna Shvets on Pexels.com

2. Common Ground International

This is another perfect YouTube channel for beginner Spanish learners.

The host, Rory, speaks both English and Spanish. He is very passionate about you beginning your medical Spanish journey.

Rory’s videos help you to build sentences, learn vocabulary, and hear proper word pronunciation.

His videos average about 15-20 minutes and are perfect if you want to level up your skills from the Language Tailor’s awesome videos.

Common Ground International even offers services to help students and businesses be more proficient in Spanish in the workforce.

Photo by Daria Shevtsova on Pexels.com

3. SpanishDict app

The SpanishDict app is by far the most useful Spanish app for beginner medical professionals learning Spanish.

If you forgot how to say a word or are struggling with pronunciation, this app is a lifesaver.

Just type in a word or sentence in English or Spanish and it will automatically translate it for you.

You can even hold down the voice button and say a phrase in Spanish or English and it will automatically translate it for you.

Another stellar thing about this app is its correct grammar and accuracy compared to Google Translate.

It can even be utilized for pretend conversations with a patient.

Think of some phrases you usually say at work and translate them to Spanish through the SpanishDict app.

The next time you see a coworker or patient, you can show off some cool phrases you learned in Spanish.

Photo by Anna Shvets on Pexels.com

Conclusion

How to Learn Medical Spanish for Free?

1. Language Tailor

2. Common Ground International

3. SpanishDict app

Photo by Denniz Futalan on Pexels.com

Do you recommend any medical Spanish resources for health professionals?