Tag Archives: Podcast

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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 […]

Classification in psychiatry

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Level ALevel BLevel CLevel C Plus

30-60 mins
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In this interview Professor Sir David Goldberg [one of the key figures behind the development of ICD-10] talks to Dr Mark Salter about classification in psychiatry. Part of a series of podcasts from the Royal College of Psychiatrists.



Approximately 12 minutes long this podcast covers definition, aetiology, clinical features, investigations, treatment and prognosis of pericarditis.



12 minute podcast discussing hypothyroidism aetiology, clinical symptoms and treatment.

Diabetic Eye Disease


The Texas Tech Medcast is a podcast for medical residents, medical students, practicing physicians, and others involved in medical education. This podcast provides an overview of diabetic retinopathy and diabetic eye disease.

Introduction to ECG interpretation (UW-Madison)

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Level ALevel B

30-60 mins
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This ‘course’ on ECG interpretation goes through basic concepts through to clinical case examples and guidelines. There are also links to powerpoint slides with accompanying audio (podcasts) on ECG interpretation (about 20 minutes in length) if you like to learn this way.    

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