Collection of clinical skill videos that demonstrate head-to-toe and systems-based physical examination techniques. Contains over 8 hours of video content.
NEJM Videos in Clinical Medicine
Wide collection of clinical procedure training videos from The New England Journal of Medicine.
Includes procedural videos, Goodman & Gilman's Pharmacology videos, pediatric anesthesiology lectures, and patient safety modules.
Videos of emergency medicine treatments and procedures from a wide range of specialties.
Multimedia resources available from AccessMedicine, including a wide variety of videos, Grand Rounds lectures, and patient safety modules.
Includes videos of surgical procedures and patient safety modules
Elsevier's medical and surgical content in one dynamic resource, including access to thousands of videos. Searches can be limited to videos by selecting 'Multimedia' in the blue bar at the very top of the page, then checking the box next to Videos under Media Type.
Videos available from titles in the Basic Sciences and Osteopathic Medicine collections from Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Procedures videos can be accessed by clicking on 'Procedures' in the green navigation bar.
Note: The LWW Health Library videos use Flash. To view videos on a mobile device that does not support the Flash format, such as an iPad, it is recommended that users first download the Puffin Web Browser by CloudMosa, Inc.
30+ videos from the University of Wisconsin Madison, includes the following categories:
Dr. Calvin Chou, Co-Director of UCSF Foundations of Patient Care explores the dynamic of the physical exam and the importance of bedside manner for doctors and patients. This presentation is part of the course, Basic Principles Underlying Modern Medicine, which mirrors the first block of coursework included in the Essential Core of the UCSF Medical School curriculum.
A powerful "staged" sample interview from the Oregon Health and Science University.
Iserson's Getting into a Residency: A Guide for Medical Students, 8th Edition
The following videos accompany the Getting into a Residency guide by Dr. Kenneth Iserson (8th edition coming soon), and give an overview of the process: