Friday, January 30, 2009

The Doctor's Channel

Ever wish that you could get a quick update on what doctors are telling each other about the latest treaments? Wish you could watch rather than read the latest updates in medicine? Well, wish no further, The Doctor's Channel is here.

The Doctor's Channel describes itself as an "educational YouTube for doctors." It was created by New York physicians, David Best and Michael Banks.

These great videos are short, 1 to 3 minutes. Topics span 35 medical specialties, tips for medical students and educators, as well as newscasts from Reuters Health. Transcripts of the video and citation of the article being referenced are available below each video. Scroll down to the very bottom of the page to see related videos.

Here's a sampling of the site's content:

* Emergency Medicine

Preoperative briefings reduce operating room delays

* Medical Students
- Listening to your patients
- Top 10 Tips for Residency Interviews
- Top 10 Tips for Matching Successfully

Business of Medicine - Concierge physicians

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