The clips are a flexible resource for teaching and learning – most are available on video and/or audio (all are available in written format). Below we’ve listed various ways in which we know our clips are being used – you may want to use the clips in other ways.
Clip selections for presentations, lectures and small groups
We can select batches of clips across a range of health conditions, e.g. long-term illness, women’s health, acute care, dementia, bereavement.
Alternatively, we can provide themed clip collections to illustrate specific teaching points e.g. medication adherence and concordance, getting a diagnosis, communication, breaking bad news.
Clips can be presented for use with PowerPoint presentations or to be used singly to illustrate specific learning points in lectures or tutorials.
Some medical schools require students to look at specific Healthtalkonline collections in preparation for their first clinical encounters or have used the website as the basis for coursework and assignments.
Case studies for teaching
A short series of specially selected clips can be chosen with supporting text to illustrate stages in a journey through a heart attack/diagnosis of cancer and subsequent treatment.
Video montages of specific clips can be created. These can be downloaded on iPods as podcasts or used to market courses or lecture series. An example is shown on the right.
Short films for large group teaching sessions.