The Canadian Healthcare Education Commons is an interactive repository sponsored by the Association of Faculties of Medicine of Canada. It aims to contain materials for all facets of the health sciences and currently holds more than 600 learning objects and is growing.
Health Education Assets Library (HEAL) is a digital library of healthcare education resources. HEAL provides access to over 23 000 images, videos, presentations, audio files and animations designed to support the teaching of the health sciences.
The Henry Stewart Talks is a growing collection of over 1000 presentations by leading scientists in the biomedical and life sciences. You can browse talks by series such as Obesity, Advances in Asthma, Vector Borne Diseases and others, or search via keyword.
The Physical Examination and Health Assessment series contains over five hours of full-motion video on how to conduct physical exams, with developmental and cultural considerations highlighted throughout.
Hosted by the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, the Knowledge Weavers Project produces a variety of materials to assist with health sciences instruction. This includes: animations, interactive cases, image collections, tutorials and other tools.
MedEdPORTALis a repository sponsored by the Association for American Medical Coleges (AAMC) and contains peer-reviewed materials designed for medical and dental educators. It includes videos, lectures, tutorials and articles and all material is available freely on the web.
Tough Talk is a toolbox of resources developed to assist medical educators who are teaching ethics and communication. The toolbox includes resources for helping clinicians set personal goals, optimizing the dynamics of small groups, providing effective feedback and tips for working through common teaching challenges.
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