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Sites of Medical/Scientific Videos: The List

As the September 10th session of SciFoo lives on in Second Life will be about sites of scientific videos, here is a list of the most famous and useful scientific video providing sites:

  • SciVee.tv: created for scientists, by scientists, moves science beyond the printed word and lecture theater taking advantage of the internet as a communication medium where scientists young and old have a place and a voice.

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  • JoVE: an online research journal employing visualization to increase reproducibility and transparency in biological sciences.

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  • Bioscreencast: a team of scientists and engineers who got together to create a website specifically for the scientific community to share screencasts (audio/video capture of software running on your computer screen).

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  • Videojug: hosts one of the world’s largest, most all-encompassing libraries of factual content online.

  • DNATube: a scientific research site providing video based studies, lecturers and seminars.

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  • ScienceHack: a unique video search engine for science videos where every video is screened and approved based on accuracy and quality by scientists.

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Read more about the sessions on the SciFoo lives on wiki and follow Deepak at bbgm for more about scientific videos.

If you happen to know more scientific video oriented sites, please let us know! Let’s build a comprehensive and useful list!

Update from the comments:

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  • Ask Dr Wiki (Angiograms): a nonprofit educational web site made by physicians for physicians, medical students, and healthcare providers.

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  • Labaction: LabAction makes efforts to provide the biology community with the latest videos/movies/information on science experiments, science projects, human genetics, biotechnology, current biology news and much more. LabAction is a community driven free resource for the information on biotechnology, cloning, human genetics, genetic disorders, stem cell research and marine biology.

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  • IcYou: A site dedicated to making it simple for anyone to find, upload, watch and share healthcare videos worldwide. icyou.com invites people to upload and share their healthcare stories online.

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  • eMedTV: The site’s impressive library of original health educations videos – the largest available on the Web today – is combined with eMedTV’s growing collection of more than 16,000 easy-to-understand print articles covering more than 2,000 health topics. In turn, eMedTV helps its users not only better understand their health, but also play a more active role in planning their healthcare with their physician.

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  • LearnersTV.com: A comprehensive site providing free video lectures, Animations, LiveOnline Tests, Audio lectures, ebook download links etc in the fields of Biology, Physics,Chemistry,Mathematics,Computer Science,Engineering,Medicine etc… This site provides free video/audio lectures of whole courses conducted by faculty from reputed universities around the world.

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  • Sciencentral: It produces news videos on science research every week, which appears on American local TV news, and the web site. Here is the Youtube feed.

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  • Medi-Vision: The Medi-Vision™ Film Series aims to teach good clinical practice through expert case demonstrations on film; second to patient-side experience, we think this is the best way to become a better doctor. We keep the focus of our DVDs on observation, interaction and assessment skills and especially on history-taking, physical signs and the appropriate use of tests.

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  • Easy Medicine Videos: An online portal containing tenth of thousands of videos in all fields of medicine which are collected for you from all the online sources of videos to make it easy for Doctors, Nurses, medical students and all other health care professionals to find their needs of medical and surgical videos.

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  • The Doctor’s Channel: a Web site that allows doctors to learn from each other at their convenience. The time-saving site includes short one- to two-minute streaming video clips designed to get to the point, with insights and opinions from experts in 35 different specialties, as well as community and lifestyle features that help doctors stay on top of the latest news, ideas and information.

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  • Meddio: Programs are designed for medical professionals, patients, caregivers, and people who are just plain interested in learning about the key medical topics affecting all of us. Medical professionals can earn free continuing education credits by viewing in-depth interviews with their colleagues while patients and caregivers can learn more about the specific areas that impact them through engaging video segments featuring medical experts and their patients.

  • DAVE Project: The DAVE Project, an acronym for the Digital Atlas of Video Education, is a collection of teaching tools.

  • Eyetube: Eyetube is a web site created by a panel of experts to better educate ophthalmologists through the online archiving and sharing of videos.

  • SurgyTec: easily find videos and slideshows relevant to your specialism and interest.

  • Veezyon: Veezyon offers knowledge-based content from trusted partners and research tools designed to enhance your learning experience. We partner with leading universities, scientific research, art and music institutions to provide you trusted content under four main categories.

  • WebMed Technology: We are very proud to introduce these videos as an aid to anyone that may need to refresh their knowledge in these particular areas. Please check back frequently as our video library will continue to grow. Please be advised that these are actual procedures and may be too graphic for some viewers.

  • VideoMD: VideoMD was created by physicians, for physicians and their patients. Our mission is to strengthen the relationship between doctors and their patients.

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  • VuMedi is a surgeon-only video sharing website where you can view, upload, and discuss surgical videos.

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  • EchoJournal: an echocardiography video sharing community.

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  • eClinic, a video directory for physicians and medical questions.

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  1. scorpio #

    Hey Dude. That is Good Info.
    Add this one also http://freevideolectures.com/medicine.html
    It has huge collection of video lessons recorded in Great Universities

    August 29, 2007
  2. Wow, thank you, Scorpio! I updated the article.

    August 29, 2007
  3. This looks a lot like a compilation of a couple of posts I made some time back.
    It’s will be a cool session held at Scifoo@SL. Specially if some of these site owners could come by to talk about them.

    August 29, 2007
  4. Here is my video lecture blog, this post has medicine video lectures:
    http://freescienceonline.blogspot.com/2007/03/medicine-video-and-audio-lectures.html

    Thanks

    August 29, 2007
  5. Hey Rick! I’ve invited all of them. :)

    August 29, 2007
  6. Wow, Peteris, what a collection!

    August 29, 2007
  7. Thanks for the links. I have a science video category at Element List, which currently has about 50 links to video websites. Stop by and take a look.

    August 29, 2007
  8. Thank you, Jackie! I included that one as well. It seems we have more and more great collections!

    August 29, 2007
  9. Ian #

    Hi,
    There is another online biology video sharing site: http://www.labaction.com
    May be you could include it on your list. It has some good videos on lab protocols.

    November 12, 2007
  10. Thank you, Ian! I include it now! Great resource.

    November 12, 2007
  11. You also should add Medical Videos
    http://www.medicalvideos.us

    It is great medical videos site

    November 21, 2007
  12. Thank you, John. I added it to my list. Great resource!

    November 21, 2007
  13. Deborah #

    Hi,
    But this website which I have visited recently seems to be the best of the lot:
    http://www.learnerstv.com

    You can watch the streaming video lectures. They have some nice animations, lecture notes, hundreds of essential e-books and a USMLE online test too…All Free. It is the best I have come across.

    January 12, 2008
  14. Thank you, Deborah! I add this great site to my list immediately.

    January 12, 2008
  15. wclathe #

    There are genomics database movie tutorials (about 7 databases right now, including exercises, slides, movie, etc.), including a few on SNPs and medically relevant variation, available at http://www.openhelix.com/sponsored.shtml

    January 13, 2008
  16. That’s really useful. Thank you! I’ll pledge a whole post to it.

    January 13, 2008
  17. Thank You; do you know anther video sites on medicine or nursing in other languages?

    January 29, 2008
  18. I’m afraid I only know these nursing video sites:

    *http://www.nursingvideos.info/tag/nursing
    *http://129.170.61.64/NursingEducationVideos.htm

    February 1, 2008
  19. I found this site as well..they collect all the medical videos from other websites like youtube,dailymotion,medicalvideos,,,the videos are categorized in a neat way..
    http://www.crushedheart.info/

    February 7, 2008
  20. Thank you, Anetta! I include it now!

    February 9, 2008
  21. leo #

    A very useful list. Thank you for assembling it. I will link to it shortly and will send it to my residency program director.

    March 3, 2008
  22. It would be wonderful, Leo!

    March 4, 2008
  23. jon merril #

    this site just launched, http://www.meddio.com/
    the videos are all on parkinson’s right now but it has plans to expand to other diseases.

    March 7, 2008
  24. Thank you, Jon, I’ll write about it soon.

    March 9, 2008
  25. Do you know where I can find collections of Clinical, History Taking, Procedures, Physical Examination … videos?

    April 13, 2008
  26. Hello YS!

    I think your places are http://www.medivisionfilms.com/ and http://www.medicalvideos.us/.

    April 14, 2008
  27. Hello All,
    We would like to thank scienceroll.com and we are glad to announce that MedicalVideos.us has recently updated the databases and servers and we have released a new program for playing all kind of medical videos.
    Also we have added new features to MedicalVideos.us which allow all of you to download any video you wish for free using the download button.

    We will be so happy if you will decide to share your medical videos you filmed or the ones you have and upload them to MedicalVideos.us..

    Thank You so much and thanks to scienceroll.com for this great website.

    MedicalVideos.us team

    http://www.medicalvideos.us/page.php?page=5

    April 14, 2008
  28. I’m glad you liked the post. Keep up the great work!

    April 14, 2008
  29. Thank you :)

    April 15, 2008
  30. Cenay nailor #

    http://www.learnerstv.com seems to be the best of the lot in my opinion.

    April 20, 2008
  31. Hi, Berci! Nice list… you may also like to add these sites for medical procedures/patient education:

    At OR-Live ( http://www.or-live.com ) you can watch – as one example – an entire normal, planned c-section performed. Two physicians operate, one narrates. The patient (and the baby) get to say Hi too. The video is about 70 minutes in length, at http://www.or-live.com/

    The U.S. National Library of Medicine, on the consumer health/patient education site MEDLINEPlus, provides video tutorials using both virtual patients and as an information source for actual patients, at:
    http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/tutorial.html

    Some of these tutorials won’t be clinically-oriented enough for medical students or clinicians; however they are ideal for informing patients pre-op what will be happening to them during surgery. Medical librarians refer patients or family members to MEDLINEPlus quite frequently as a reputable source to answer specific health information. Hope those sites help,
    Creaky

    May 5, 2008
  32. Check our main websites:
    http://www.DrMDK.com pediatric medical site about 660 videos
    http://www.VidTest.com video sharing site about 1000 videos

    Meet my experts:
    http://www.drmdk.com/html/contrib.html

    Our main library
    http://www.drmdk.com/html/medical_videos.html

    Many pediatricians and hospitals are linked to these pages.

    check a few examples:

    Pediatricians:
    http://www.MichaelMarcusMD.com
    http://www.DrPreis.com
    http://www.JordanMeyersMD.com
    http://www.sheldonlippmanmd.com
    http://www.DavidDiamondMD.com

    Hospitals:
    http://www.PedsView.com Maimonides Medical Center
    http://www.SCHbk.com Schneider Children’s Hospital

    Do a google search “pediatric medical videos” or “DrMDK”

    Our story:
    http://www.drmdk.com/html/imageusa_art.htm

    DrMDK
    devset@aol.com

    May 11, 2008
  33. Here is another site I would I like to point you attention to. Although stil in beta testing, Surgytec has attracted more than 1600 members sharing more than 350 video procedures. The official Launch is expected september this year.

    Surgytec is a community for and by surgeons it allows them to:
    Share insights and know-how that benefit colleagues and patients across the globe, find and access the most relevant and up-to-date surgical know-how across all surgical (sub)specialties discuss their own videos (procedures, techniques) and those of their peers

    It’s a platform dedicated to surgical videos, making it the starting point of choice for surgeons looking for video based surgical information
    every video is tagged with relevant keywords, making it easy to find.
    every video is reviewed by a moderator – a peer from the same surgical specialty – on quality of presentation before being released on SurgyTec
    SurgyTec allows members to comment, discuss (moderated) and rate individual videos resulting in a peer based ranking. Sharing your videos on SurgyTec is free

    Kind regards

    Pascal Boels

    June 5, 2008
  34. Pascal, I must write about it. Thank you for the link and the description!

    June 5, 2008
  35. i like new news and information this very use full site.

    June 9, 2008
  36. viswanath #

    hi this site is cool can any tell me i need animations in pathology to explain my students pl help me out my dear experts

    July 21, 2008
  37. peter #

    http://www.learnerstv.com is the best free resource.

    September 3, 2008
  38. You may add this to your list: http://sciencestage.com

    November 13, 2008
  39. This is the best medical video site i have ever seen
    http://doctorstube.blogspot.com

    January 4, 2009
  40. Here is a relatively new science video site that has not only medical videos but a huge medical discussion board…

    http://www.allthingsscience.com/categories

    http://www.allthingsscience.com/talk/

    January 13, 2009
  41. If you are interested in pharmacology, drug discovery and development as well as in targets for new drugs visit our website http://www.pharmexperts.com .This website features interviews with pharmacologists and other medical scientists on their research and on drugs in development. The main subject of the last series of interviews is Alzheimer’s disease and its therapy.
    Alex Scriabine

    January 18, 2009
  42. Ion #

    Here’s another Science site.

    http://www.allthingsscience.com

    January 21, 2009
  43. Ion #

    Here’s another Science site.

    All Things Science is in the process of building one of the largest Science video sites on the internet.

    If you want to participate in building this 2.0 web site go to
    http://www.allthingsscience.com

    January 21, 2009
  44. Pradeep #

    hi, can anybody tell me How to download the videos from http://www.or-live.com/ and http://www.medlineplus.com……………. Plz suggest me the right way becoz I tried almost all video downloading softwares but failed….. whether we can download them or no? Plz answer for this soon as possible…….

    February 24, 2009
  45. oz #

    try this website http://medram.co.cc , you can listen to MP3 lectures or download it for free, plus you can find medical videos to watch.

    March 1, 2009
  46. Barnabas Swithan #

    hi anybody having the video of renal kidney transplatation.
    actualy i undergone renal transplation in feb27th 2009. currently i’m taking rest. when i searching to see how the operation is? thats why?

    April 30, 2009
  47. great video list. thanks for posting! – gary

    May 8, 2009
  48. eduardo #

    hi is there any website for biology, i’m really behind and i need more sourses so i can catch up with the class!

    August 29, 2009
  49. Well there is a website called AllthingsScience.com It has a bio section.
    http://www.allthingsscience.com/categories

    Good luck!

    August 29, 2009
  50. Burke #

    http://www.learnerstv.com/medical.php

    love this amazing site :)

    October 22, 2009
  51. So much vids :O It’s time to start checking them

    November 2, 2009
  52. plz add this website: http://www.univadis.fr to your list, it offers a lot of medical videos for French medical students
    thanks

    December 13, 2009
  53. TRDH #

    @Ucef : merci d’avoir pensé à nous 8-)

    December 13, 2009
  54. ucef #

    ah, c’est gentil de ta part, merci l’ami :p

    December 14, 2009
  55. Don’t forget the video science site AllThingsScience.com
    They have over 43 catagories with hundreds of short educational science videos. Some of the people that come in and poke around the site all the time are from The University of Oxford Particle Physics Department, John Hopkins school of nursing or visitis from scientist who work at the Large Hadron Collider and many many more scientist from around the world. Some famous scientist are also members of the site too! I think a lot of them come by to get away from it all and enjoy watching science videos in general. Here are some of the categories.

    Aeronautics
    Aerospace Engineering
    Artificial Intelligence
    Astronomy
    Astrophysics
    Biochemistry
    Biology
    Biomedical Engineering
    Chemistry
    Computer Science
    Earth Science
    Electronics
    Engineering
    Field trips in science
    FUn SciEncE
    Future Science & Technology
    General Science
    Genetics
    Global Warming
    Green Energy
    How To Video
    Human Cells
    Human Disease
    Human Psychology
    Marine Biology
    Mathematics
    Medical Surgery
    Medicine
    Meteorology
    Micro Biology
    Molecular Bio
    Nanotechnology
    Neuroscience
    Nuclear Science
    Oceanography
    Philosophy
    Physics
    Planetary Science
    Robotics
    Science projects
    Science-Art
    Vascular Diseases
    Woman’s Health

    August 15, 2010
  56. http://www.allthingsscience.com/

    AllThingsScience.com is a online science video aggregator providing short quality science videos for information and educational purposes.

    August 15, 2010
  57. Good list, really hard to find any serious scientific videos elsewhere.

    November 12, 2010
  58. Hello, I can not comprehend how you can add your website in my rss reader. Are you able to Help me, please

    February 3, 2011
  59. gregwills #

    Despite not doing the proper research, using single sources without confirmation, and writing a disparaging article BEFORE interviews with CCSVI physicians had been done, The Winnipeg Free Press decided that headline grabbing was preferential to printing a balanced and truthful front page article in the Saturday edition. It’s a matter of record that junior reporter Melissa Martin was tweeting that she had written an expose of CCSVI Clinic, before she had even interviewed the researcher involved with a study that CCSVI Clinic is co-sponsoring on safe and effective aftercare protocol for the “liberation Procedure”. If the hypothesis is confirmed, this protocol could help to dramatically reduce the 50% rate of restenosis in MS patients who choose to obtain the procedure abroad.
    Instead, The Winnipeg Free Press chose to attempt to create a scandal where none exists. The premise of the article maintained that clients of CCSVI Clinic are “pressured” through harassing phone calls and “multiple” mailings. In fact only one mailing that contains the clients results of their Doppler Ultrasound is ever sent out to every client and only one phone call is made by the nurse to the client to follow up and answer any questions they may have about their results. No further calls are made except where the patient requests help with some information or for requested help in navigating the system.
    Fjola Davidson, one of CCSVI Clinic’s clients who will shortly be receiving the new extended aftercare protocol following venous angioplasty surgery , said in fact said that she intends to send a “scathing letter to the Winnipeg Free Press” and that it was she “who was pressuring CCSVI Clinic to get to Noble Hospital, not the other way around”. Another client, Robert Prior, had been researching the best place to have the procedure and said, “ Once I read and understood your aftercare protocol, it became the only logical and realistic option as far as I was concerned. The Free Press article is disgusting.”
    In a late interview for this article, Doug Broeska, President of The CliniCard stated that the Free Press article is “disingenuous” and “false”. “I am not the spokesman for CCSVI Clinic, nor did I claim to be.” says Broeska. “She interviewed me for about four minutes and misquoted everything I said. The CliniCard does fulfillment for several clients using our medical record-keeping technology and I don’t presume to speak for those other clients either. Furthermore I know that Ms. Martin interviewed several other medical professionals actually involved with CCSVI Clinic and did not print what they had to say because it did not help to sensationalize her article. If the Winnipeg Free Press had printed anything close to the truth, they wouldn’t have had a story, let alone a headline, which is what the fabrication they printed was all about. I honestly don’t know how these people sleep at night.”
    Attempts to blog supporting comments under the article online have not been successful for everyone who’s tried. Lisa Chapil, the Nurse Administrator for CCSVI Clinic had her comment severely censored to the point it totally lost its message. In the new age of ‘managed’ news stories, it seems that the only freedom of speech that The Winnipeg Free Press supports is its own. Because you cannot read her comments anywhere else, Ms Chapil’s comments about the Free Press article are as follows:
    “There is a difference between responsible reporting and what Melissa Martin chose to write about the CCSVI Clinic in this article. She was in possession of factual information and documents that put the CCSVI Clinic in a favorable light but chose to withhold the information she received from interviews with people knowledgeable about CCSVI Clinic that would have conflicted with her agenda to smear our reputation in order to sensationalize her story and grab a headline. At no time did anyone from the CCSVI Clinic pressure patients into going to India for the Liberation Procedure. She should have considered that the one single person who made that claim clearly had her own agenda because she was disheartened by the ‘borderline’ results of her Doppler ultrasound. We simply provide information to people about our lengthened hospital stay and enhanced aftercare program should a patient decide to have the procedure. You can’t pressure someone to make an important decision about their health and all of our literature clearly states that. These MS patients are more knowledgeable about the CCSVI condition and about the options for treatment than most physicians are. To suggest that they can be pressured into a decision to have the procedure done in India is ludicrous. Patients who have signed up to be part of our open-ended study on the safety and efficacy of an enhanced aftercare protocol to reduce the rate of re-stenosis versus having the procedure on an outpatient basis (which may be contributing to long term failure of the procedure) have done so to ensure that they are getting the best care possible and because they want to be part of the important work we are doing on behalf of MS patients.”

    February 7, 2011
  60. Qasem Alkhoja #

    Dear Sirs,

    We are Mohammad Naser Alkaaby Est. in Saudi Arabia, we are resellers for Midecal videos for Saudi Hospitals and medical channel in Saudi Arabia.

    We are intresting in getting the license for all the movies for patients education, we hope to get all the kind of movies that you have and know the types and time for each video you have so we can get it all to our end users in Hospitals and medical channel, we hope to get all your list movies and the language available (if you have arabic Language) or English only which we can accept.

    I wish to get your feedback and the avaibility you have as fast as you can that we will be happy to get it all from your side.

    regards

    Qasem Alkhoja
    Mohammad Naser Alkaaby Est.
    Saudi Arabia

    February 26, 2011
  61. Hi! Do you know if they make any plugins to assist with SEO? I’m trying to get my blog to rank for some targeted keywords but I’m not seeing very good results. If you know of any please share. Thank you!

    May 5, 2011
  62. Just wanted to let everyone know that the website AllThnigsScience.com has partnered with Dailymotion.com (one of the second largest video sites in the world) and blinkx.com

    So now we have millions of people who see our videos. We encourage anyone who is science oriented to become an All Things Science member and submit suggestions for new videos posts. Our membership is growing rapidly with heavy weight members like CIRM (California Institute for Regenerative Medicine) and people from the Oxford particle physics department coming in to take a peek.

    All the best!
    All Things Science

    May 5, 2011
  63. Just wanted to let everyone know that the website AllThingsScience.com has partnered with Dailymotion.com (one of the second largest video sites in the world) and blinkx.com

    So now we have millions of people who see our videos. We encourage anyone who is science oriented to become an All Things Science member and submit suggestions for new videos posts. Our membership is growing rapidly with heavy weight members like CIRM (California Institute for Regenerative Medicine) and people from the Oxford particle physics department coming in to take a peek.

    All the best!
    All Things Science

    May 5, 2011
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  65. Absolutely indited content , thankyou for entropy.

    December 29, 2011
  66. Anonymous #

    the best to do is to be with what you like

    February 18, 2012
  67. Here is a relatively new website http://videosci.com
    Aiming at accumulating and categorizing science videos from all fields under one roof.
    Also development is under process to natively host videos.

    June 18, 2013
  68. Regarding the science here, it is miracle that Washington and Colorado states had passed such laws. When I found that my father had cancer, I immediately decided to take seriously how to handle growing marijuana seeds for medical purposes. However to find the strains and implement the growing process is very difficult.

    March 13, 2014
  69. A medical website allows your practice to break through the geographical barriers and become accessible globally: http://www.technicaldr.com/tdr/websites-for-doctors

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