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Neuropsychology Central (http://www.premier.net/~cogito/neuropsy.html) is an award winning site with links to sites covering all aspects of neuropsychology (cognitive, developmental, forensic, geriatric, etc).
If your students are panicking about exams (or, worse still, re-sits), you could try directing them to Birmingham University Medical School's Computer Assisted Assessment site on http://medweb.bham.ac.uk/http/caa/. They can try their hand at the short clinical cases and multiple choice questions, which get marked on line.
Alternatively, pathology students might like to work through David Bowyer's Pathology Lectures at Cambridge University on http://ittmac1.path.cam.ac.uk/PartOneHomePage.html
Hong Kong medicine on line
With only a few weeks to go before Hong Kong reverts to Chinese rule, now might be the time to surf Hong Kong's medical web sites. The Hong Kong …