Many thanks to my colleague Annie Campbell for letting me know about these videos from Armando Hasudungan which cover a range of different topics in medicine including public health, dermatology, immunology, neurology, endocrinology etc.
ECG Zone is a brand new site designed to help practical ECG interpretation. Read through our cases, review the ECGs and listen to the video explanations.
From the same stable as Anatomy Zone comes ECG Zone which I'm sure will become a staple resource for medical students just as the anatomy site has. The site features video tutorials and a case of the week.
There are people who stick to their primary pursuits for long and then there are those whose energy keeps changing direction. Between these two extremes, there are people who stick to their primary pursuit but still manage to go wherever their energy takes them. I have figured out that I belong to
I've often thought it would be great to see students and doctors create sketch notes to support medical education. Think of all those back of a prescription pad scribbles that have been done over the years and if they'd been captured and shared as FOAMed. There are sites like Sketch Medicine previously scooped here but would be great to see more people sharing MedEd sketch notes.
There has been a surge of new scholarly communication tools in recent years. But how are researchers incorporating these tools into their research workflows? Jeroen Bosman and Bianca Kramer are con…
We use a simple model to get a grip on this abundance and variety of tools. The G-E-O model looks at whether the tool makes science Good, Efficient or Open. Tools that make science more open are for instance those facilitating open access, open data, open peer review or even open drafting. Also many outreach tools contribute to openness.
Deekit is a shared whiteboard that enables online editing using any kind of content, be it drawing, text, image, anything. A whiteboard that is available anytime, anywhere on any device.
This could be a handy app for those back of a prescription pad type learning moments, you can scribble, sketch and share. I haven't tried it yet but if you screen record your Tablet with Camtasia guessing there could be potential to create your own hand drawn tutorial video.
Medisense is a project run by junior doctors and medical students who have tired of the same old ways to learn. Evidence suggests that students learn in their own individual way: some through visual, auditory or kinaesthetic means. Medisense aims to harness new technologies to help all medical students learn in fresh, exciting ways. Medicine is the most fascinating and dynamic subject out there: Medisense will help it come to life!
Illustrated video tutorials by postgraduate medical student, biology tutor Sarah Clifford.
Sarah Clifford is a graduate medical student at the University of Southampton who creates illustrations and videos as visual learning aids to support medical education. Her blog has links to her Instagram and YouTube channels where you can subscribe to her resources.
Whether you love it or hate it, social media is everywhere you look. It is so much more than just sharing funny pictures and videos with friends and family. Conferences use hashtags to promote workshop sessions on Twitter, articles related to one's position, industry, etc. are being shared and discussed on LinkedIn and Facebook, the…
This week is Open Education Week so it seems appropriate to share some work recently completed by one of our Year 3 Medical Students at Dundee as part of our 4-week SSC The Doctor as Digital Teacher. I've blogged before about our SSCs which see medical students developing their digital teaching skills and creating learning…
This blog post includes some antomy videos on the larynx developed by one of our medical students and a 3D model of the larynx that have ben published as open educational resources.
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