It’s really important to get the basics down, and continue to keep it down, as we build on our pathophysiology, year to year.
Nataliescasebook.com is a fantastic site run by Dr James Moffatt, senior lecturer in physiology at University of London. Check out the site and pay attention to the cases, they are written in a way that helps to keep you engaged at a step-by-step level, thinking “what would I do next? For example, this case on an elderly lady with a recently repaired fractured neck of femur. Fantastic stuff.
Dr Najeeb goes through various bodily systems and teaches anatomy & physiology together.
Life in the Fast Lane has also put together the Physiology Philes as part of the Basic Science in Clinical Context Project – pitched at emergency trainees’ exam level, but more than suitable for us as clinically relevant physiology.
Dr John-Emile Kenny from heart-lung.org uses animated schematics in his lectures to explain the mechanics of ventilation. For those of you who love a graph- this site is for you.
And for deranged physiology, check out aptly named site.
Cardiac physiology videos – this one on supply/demand. But all videos are just 3 minutes, so scroll through for what you need. For a more blog-type approach to cardiac physiology try Dr Svenkatesan’s blog.