What is a Brain Diagram?
All practitioners who have gone through medical and nursing school are undoubtedly familiar with a brain diagram. However, for a refresher, a is an illustration wherein practitioners can know more about the brain structure and the names and corresponding locations of the different parts of the brain.
The appearance of a brain diagram can vary depending on its source or purpose. Diagrams may depict the brain from a top or side view, emphasizing its external or internal parts. The level of detail can be tailored to the practitioner's specific requirements, ranging from a general overview to a more intricate representation.
Brain diagrams are helpful mostly to students. And though that is true, it can also be helpful to medical professionals. Plus, there’s no harm in having one on hand when one needs to review the structure or when a patient requests an explanation of a diagnosis or condition.
We prepared a brain diagram complete with an illustration of the brain and the corresponding labels for each part. Aside from that, we’ve also included a dedicated space for any notes you may have for yourself or your patient.
Keep reading for instructions on how to access and download a copy.
How does it work?
Step One. Download the Template
Access and download our printable brain diagram template by either:
- Clicking the “Use Template” or “Download Template” button above
- Searching the “Brain Diagram” in Carepatron’s template library on our app or website
Step Two. Use the Resource
Once you have a copy, you can use the resource in any way. For ideas on how and when to use this template, proceed to the “When would you use this Template?” section below.
Step Three (Optional). Write Down Notes
Since we’ve provided a space at the bottom of the page, if you find it helpful, you’re free to write down notes you may have helpful to you, fellow practitioners, or even the patient’s family.
Brain Diagrams Example (sample)
Here’s our example of a brain diagrams PDF template that doubled as a document for practitioner’s notes on a fictional client with hippocampal atrophy. You may use this example as a reference or for education purposes.
Grab a copy of our sample template for offline use by clicking the sample below or the “Download Example PDF” button above.
When would you use this Template?
There are many ways you can use a brain diagram.
You can use the diagram as a resource to review the different parts of the brain whenever you need to analyze results obtained from an MRI, CT scan, and PET scan, when you need to attach electrodes to a patient’s skull to analyze brain activity, etc., or when you’re conducting brain surgery.
It can also be used as a resource to explain to the patient their diagnosis/condition, why they’re taking a particular medication, why they have to undergo a particular surgery, or which part of the brain the neurosurgeon will touch or operate on.
To document/write down notes
Furthermore, if you want to make the most out of the template, you can use it as a document to write notes/findings/observations or attach results to tests.
Easy to Use
Our free brain diagram template is easy to use because there are only the needed basics: illustrations of the brain with its corresponding labels and a space at the bottom for any type of notes you want to write.
The brain diagram template wasn’t created for a specific medical practitioner, making it versatile and helpful to medical professionals of any specialty.
Improves Monitoring Process
It is important for us to continually refresh our knowledge and understanding in order to effectively apply that information. Additionally, there is no harm in seeking guidance to ensure accuracy and minimize risk.
Fully Digital and Accessible
Since our template is entirely digital, you can access it on any device you have on hand. In addition, you can add notes and store your completed document right on Carepatron.
Why use Carepatron as your Brain Diagram app?
Yhousands of therapists and general practitioners benefit from Carepatron’s features and tools, and you can too.
Using our software or mobile and desktop-friendly app, you won’t only be able to access, download, fill out, and store your brain diagram, but you can do so much more. With Carepatron, you can streamline your clinical processes and automate tasks when you’re doing the following:
Controlling your Schedule
Our app can help you control your schedule by allowing your patients to request their appointments independently, integrate your work calendar with our built-in one, and send automated reminders of appointments to your clients via email and SMS.
Managing Clinical Documents
Aside from the brain diagram template, we also have over 700 PDF downloadable, editable, and printable templates of medical documents. And, if you have any personal documents or other documents you may need, you can also scan and upload them right on Carepatron.
To add, you do not need to go to another notes app. On Carepatron, you can create notes at the tip of your fingertips and store them in our secure, HIPAA-compliant storage.
Handling Online Therapy Payments
You can automate invoice creation, set up automated reminders, and process payments on Carepatron in minutes. By reducing the time it takes to be reminded of their due and increasing payment options, people are more likely to be paid on time.
Don’t miss out on the chance to improve the caliber of your practice. Sign up on Carepatron today!