Health Sciences Multimedia: Videos
The New England Journal of Medicine publishes peer-reviewed educational videos with the goals of providing effective clinical instruction and improved patient care. Topics include but are not limited to: Paracentesis, Central Venous Catheterization, Lumbar Puncture, and Basic Laceration Repair.
MSK Examination Videos
- Dr. David Pichora describes and demonstrates the systematic examination of the upper extremity (shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand) on a normal subject.
- Dr. Davide Bardana describes and demonstrates the systematic examination of the hip and knee on a normal subject
- Dr. Davide Bardana describes and demonstrates the "pivot shift" test for rotary instability of the knee on a normal subject.
Now in its Fifth Edition Bates’ Visual Guide delivers head-to-toe and systems-based physical examination techniques and new clinical skills videos for the (Advanced) Assessment or Introduction to Clinical Medicine course. Each lesson is dedicated to a specific body system and includes a step-by-step demonstration of appropriate examination techniques. Rationales as well as detailed explanations are provided for every procedure, concluding with a section on recording your findings. The site features more than 8 hours of video content.
International Clinical Educators (ICE) specializes in Bringing the Clinic into the Classroom with excellent multimedia clinical education programs. With a focus on rehabilitation therapy for stroke, the videos are filmed with actual patients and therapists in real-life treatment settings including acute care, rehab, skilled nursing, outpatient, home health and ICU.
A collection of other clinical skills videos, hand-picked by Bracken Health Sciences Librarians.
Other videos and film
Access to documentaries, animation and alternative dramas in streaming video, as well as NFB playlists, upcoming films and other related resources. This collection of over 1,100 streamed videos from the NFB is freely available for personal use. In addition, Queen's Library has purchased public performance rights for educational use and display at Queen's.
Films on Demand is a streaming video platform that makes it easy to incorporate educational video content into academic curriculum.
Last Updated: 01 April 2014