I have been an advocate of using YouTube for many years now and one of the YouTube resources I have used for a while now is that created by Dr Eric Strong. I love his style and he teaches a lot of subjects which I encounter in critical and emergency care.
People often ask me which book they should read around various subjects and instead of pointing them to books I direct them to YouTube. If you find the right teacher, the visual element and voice over provided by YouTube I believe is a much better way to learn.
There are many more YouTube learning resources:
Andrew Wolf is an Assistant Professor & the Coordinator for Online Education at the University of Rochester School of Nursing. In addition to teaching physiology and pathophysiology, Andrew works as an acute care nurse practitioner for a general surgery service. His past clinical experience includes thoracic surgery, surgical intensive care, and oncology.
Armando Hasudungan “I am not a doctor or professor, I am a student. I make these videos cause I enjoy art and science. Im not saying im 100% correct in all my videos. But I do try to obtain the information from credible sources.”
Bozeman Science “Paul Andersen teaches science at Bozeman High School in Bozeman, MT. He is the 2011 Montana Teacher of the Year.”
Handwritten Tutorials is a source of entirely FREE easy-to-understand medical tutorials
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