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About Kevin

Kevin has spent more than three decades teaching undergraduate human anatomy & physiology. He has also been writing A&P textbooks and related works. He is a President Emeritus of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) and was founding director of the HAPS Institute. He also teaches graduate courses and workshops for those who teach A&P.

The A&P Professor is another way Kevin has found to promote sharing among A&P teachers worldwide.

Minor imperfections enhance the handcrafted uniqueness of this website.

 

Hip Logo


hip (hĭp) pronunciation also hep (hĕp)
adj. Slang., hip·per also hep·per, hip·pest hep·pest.
  1. Keenly aware of or knowledgeable about the latest trends or developments.
  2. Very fashionable or stylish.

[Origin unknown.]

hip hip n. & v.
hiply hip'ly adv.
hipness hip'ness n.

hip logoThis is a hip website, so why not use a "hip" logo?

Actually, I got the idea for the logo from the "hip T-shirt" that my friend Pamela Langley used for the conference shirt at the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) Annual Conference that she organized in 1994.

It's a good icon for this website because the hip is an important structure with an important function and typifies the concept that form and function are intertwined. And the hip can move in many different directions—just like this website!

The hip logo is my original design and creation, based partly on the medical image at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Hueftgelenk-gesund.jpg

The hip logo for The A&P Professor website, blog, and services is a trade mark of Kevin Patton, Lion Den Inc. (trademark and copyright holder).