Includes over 35,000 images as well as video and audio.
Go to the Multimedia section to browse video (physical examination videos, grand rounds, patient safety modules), audio, and images. Search by keyword then filter using left toolbar. Advanced Search also allows you to restrict your search to multimedia or images.
Go to the Infographics section to browse infographics of common health conditions. Browse by medical specialty.
To export an image to PowerPoint, select the image then click on "Download slide (.ppt)". The image, caption, and citation will be included on the PPT slide.
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Similar to YouTube but Vimeo's audience is a more small, niche community of film enthusiasts. Vimeo allows you to password-protect your videos, so you can share them with friends before setting them as public. It differs from creating a "private" video on YouTube in that you don't need to be logged into the video's account to view it — you just forward the video to your recipient and make sure they know which password to type in.
Copyright: Copyrighted videos are covered under the Fair Use rules for education, so you apply the ‘amount’ stipulation to your use or get permission to use. YouTube cannot grant you copyright permission and is unable to assist you in finding and contacting the parties who may be able to grant them to you.