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Medical education: Apps, podcasts & online lectures

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Recommended apps are listed below, sorted by area. Additional information about ANZCA-subscribed/supported apps can be found on the Apps library guide.

Clinical Teacher Vodcasts

The Clinical Teacher journal has selected vodcasts available through its website.

Click the link below for access to this part of the journal. You will be prompted for your College ID and password, as The Clinical Teacher is a subscribed journal resource.

MultimediaThe Clinical Teacher selected vodcasts

You can re-use The Clinical Teacher's vodcasts under the Creative Commons Licence.

Below is one example of a vodcast. It describes a curricular innovation project which implemented a flipped classroom curriculum for the gynaecologic oncology topics of the obstetrics and gynaecology medical student clerkship, and evaluating student satisfaction with the change.


Recommended podcasts are listed below. Additional information about podcasts can be found on the Podcasts library guide.

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Podcast iconBJA Education podcasts [archive]

These podcasts cover a variety of topics, including episodes with themes on anaesthesia, critical care and pain, based on the journal BJA Education.

The Clinical Teacher podcasts

Podcasts from The Clinical Teacher journal.

AppleAccess on iTunes

Podcast iconDebrief2learn

Aims to improve healthcare outcomes by fostering effective feedback and debriefing practices.

Twitter: @debrief2learn

AppleiTunes podcast

Podcast iconKeyLIME - Key Literature in Medical Education podcasts

Podcasts produced by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada which summarise key points from articles on medical education in 20 minutes.

AppleiTunes podcast

Podcast iconMedical Education podcasts

Podcasts from the Medical Education journal.

AppleiTunes podcast

Podcast iconMedEdTalk

Discusses topics with researchers, educators and students in medical education and health profession education.
Teresa Sörö.

AppleiTunes podcast

Podcast iconMedutopia

The podcast for all things med ed.
Rob Rogers.

Website: Medutopia - Home | Facebook
Twitter: @Med_Utopia

AppleiTunes podcast

Podcast iconp cubed presentations

Podcast about presentations and how to improve their construction, design and delivery.
Ross Fisher

Twitter: @ffolliet

AppleiTunes podcast

Podcast iconSimulcast

A Hi-Fidelity Podcast About Healthcare Simulation
Victoria Brazil, Jesse Spurr, Ben Symon

Twitter: @sim_podcast

AppleiTunes podcast

Podcast iconThe Med Ed Source

Podcast for clinical education enthusiasts by the University of Melbourne Department of Medical Education. A source for expertise and trends in medical and health professions education.

Website: The Med Ed Source
Twitter: @EXCITE_UOM

AppleiTunes podcast


This is a great resource to learn about all things about medical education (#MedEd).

Harvard Macy Institute @harvardmacy - is a great resource for clinical education progress -
- Committed to creating a global community of medical educators and leaders dedicated to transforming healthcare delivery and education.

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