Tag Archives: Audio Lecture

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Translational Medicine Podcasts


Level CLevel C Plus

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The Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford have created and continue to create podcasts on the subject of Translational Medicine. The podcasts consist of lectures and talks that can be accessed online via their Podcast website free of charge. The site also offers the ability to download a video or audio version of the […]

TB basics

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Level A

10-30 mins
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Audio presentation on the basics of tuberculosis

Introduction to spirometry video

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Level ALevel BLevel CLevel C Plus

30-60 mins
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Part 1 Definitions, spirometry and flow volume loops. Part 1 of 4 videos on interpretation of PFTs

Respiratory System Lecture


An audio lecture discussing development/ anatomy of respiratory system (Naravane, Anita at SPC)

Respiratory System pathophysiology lecture


Audio lecture on respiratory Physiology (Naravane, Anita at SPC). A good overview.

The Aging Heart (Audio lecture)


Requires a plug in not available on a Mac. This site presents a lecture which describes new diagnosis and treatment options in geriatric cardiology. “This lecture is designed to provide physicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, residents, as well as any medical or allied health professional with advanced information to improve their care of older adults.” The […]

A primary care approach to the ECG


Part 1 of a video podcast on ECG interpretation for medical student http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOkpUURCm9M Part 2 of a video podcast on ECG interpretation for medical student (rhythm interpretation) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijVu77eSuko

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