Diane J. Skiba, Nursing Education Perspectives: Vol. 28, No. 2, pp. 100–102.
I found this article in the bimonthly Nursing Education Perspectives via my SiteMeter referral tracker. It mentioned the post Echocardiograms and Cases on You Tube.
The collaborative medical encyclopedia AskDrWiki has used YouTube/Google Video extensively to upload more than 140 coronary angiogram videos. All are free to watch.
An abstract about the experience of AskDrWiki founders with using YouTube for cardiology education will be presented at the annual meeting of the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE) in Cleveland, Ohio in July. In total, we submitted 6 abstracts focused on using new technologies (Web 2.0 and other tools) in medical education. All of them were accepted and will be published in the The Journal of the International Association of Medical Science Educators (JIAMSE).
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