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This wiki is a growing resource collection of information and resources for teaching physics for life sciences. It is a community collaboration developed by the faculty community working to reform introductory physics for the life sciences courses (IPLS) to better prepare students for careers in medicine and the life sciences. This wiki includes sample courses and curricula, laboratories, assessments, and other teaching and learning resources with life science applications in physics.
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Free ebooks that are Medical resources

Author: Donald Franklin
Posted: January 11, 2020 at 1:23PM

Openstax has free ebooks to download. The Physics books are designed to help educators prepare students for a Medical/ Life Science career.

College Physics- usual format of Physics books with emphasis on Medical Physics

Physics for the Modern World- edited version which starts with Medical Applications of Nuclear Physics, The second chapter is Optics and all chapters remind the student the role of Physics in their Medical Career.

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