A Synthesis of Digital Resources for Psychiatry

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  • 2 stars

    These are not lectures, no audio. Just PowerPoint slides. It is unclear who hosts this website or who monitors the content that’s posted to ensure accuracy and the elimination of pharm basis.

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  • 3 stars

    This resource provides comprehensive slideshows on 12 different psychiatry topics. The slideshows are geared toward medical school students, however there are no audio or video recorded lectures to accompany the slides.

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  • 4 stars

    This resource has a collection of slideshows and outlines that cover a large number of psychiatry topics. The content is suitable for third year medical students. There are no audio or video supplements that accompany the documents.

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  • 4 stars

    This website has a collection of videos and lecture materials that can replace faculty lectures if technical aspects can be overcome. The topics covered do not comprise a complete psychiatric course.

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  • 2 stars

    This resource contains lectures that are generally too specific and advanced for medical students. If a faculty member for student wanted to see a high level lecture on a very specific topic, it might be found here. This is not a resource for students to learn psychiatry nor would it help faculty teach a psychiatry course.

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  • 4 stars

    Clear and concise video lectures that cover most of the psychiatric course. This site can be used to replace lecture components of a course.

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  • 1 star

    This resource contains lectures that are generally too specific and advanced for medical students. If a faculty member for student wanted to see a high level lecture on a very specific topic, it might be found here. This is not a resource for students to learn psychiatry nor would it help faculty teach a psychiatry course.

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  • 4 stars

    This resource is a series of free YouTube videos that teaches how to conduct psychiatric interviews. There are no lecture slides or testing material available on this YouTube channel. However, the videos are easy to access.

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  • 1 star

    This resource contains lectures that are generally too specific and advanced for medical students. If a faculty member for student wanted to see a high level lecture on a very specific topic, it might be found here. This is not a resource for students to learn psychiatry nor would it help faculty teach a psychiatry course.

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  • 1 star

    This resource provides very general descriptions of common psychiatric problems written for patients and a non-medical audience. Students might use this to get general information but it is not at the level of detail that a medical student needs to know.

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  • 1 star

    This website only has videos of grand rounds. The videos are not at the medical student level and are not of much value to faculty and students.

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  • 1 star

    The content is limited to a list of objectives; there are no lecture videos or any testing material on the website.

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  • 1 star

    This website is a collection of grand rounds videos. The topics are too specific or advanced for a medical student.

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  • 1 star

    This resource contains grand round videos that are generally too specific and advanced for medical students. If a faculty member for student wanted to see a high level lecture on a very specific topic, it might be found here. This is not a resource for students to learn psychiatry nor would it help faculty teach a psychiatry course.

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  • 1 star

    This resource contains lectures that are generally too specific and advanced for medical students. If a faculty member for student wanted to see a high level lecture on a very specific topic, it might be found here. This is not a resource for students to learn psychiatry nor would it help faculty teach a psychiatry course.

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  • 2 stars

    This resource contains a collection of handouts, cases, and a question bank covering various psychiatric topics. These handouts may be useful in an introductory clinical psychiatry course.

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