Videos

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Asthma: Inhaler techniques

The symptoms of childhood asthma, how it can be treated, and which inhaler is right for children

The symptoms of childhood asthma, how it can be treated, and which inhaler is right for children

A patient story of living with COPD

Lynn Ashton, 46, inhaled toxic fumes when a candle set fire to her plastic tablecloth. She was already asthmatic, and a few months later was diagnosed with COPD. She talks about living with the condition

Diagnosis and management of anaphylaxis

Joe Unsworth, Consultant Physician at Southmead Hospital, Bristol, with a special interest in immunology and allergy, and Dr Jasmeet Soar, chair of the Working Group of the Resuscitation Council on anaphylaxis, describe the diagnosis and management of acute anaphylaxis

Your Privates

Orchid, the male cancer charity, are launching a new video called 'Your Privates' aimed at tackling the lack of awareness of testicular cancer amongst young people - to coincide with their Male Cancer Awareness Month

Orchid, the male cancer charity, are launching a new video called ‘Your ...

Sexual Dysfunction and Diabetes

Members of the Diabetes UK Primary Care Network share how they tackle difficult conversations around sexual dysfunction with patients who have Type 2 diabetes

Community Care Model for Dementia: North East London NHS Foundation Trust

The Community Care Model for Dementia is a model of innovative practice to support GPs, care homes and community mental health team staff, which has reduced the rate of hospital admissions and length of hospital stays for people with dementia. In this video, Dr Qazi and the NELFT dementia crisis ...

How big a problem is heart disease in the UK?

How big a problem is heart disease in Britain? It's massive, according to University of Reading heart disease researcher Dr Sam Boateng.

How big a problem is heart disease in Britain? It's massive, according to University of Reading heart disease researcher Dr Sam Boateng.

Dysphagia and Parkinson's disease

A patient with Parkinson's describes how and why swallowing is difficult but thinks his dysphagia experience is limited compared to some.

Prostate cancer treatment support

This Cancer UK video describes the extra support that prostate cancer patients undergoing treatment need, where they can get it, including at their local surgery. It discusses some of the side effects prostate cancer has and how to manage the physical effects of treatment.

Diabetic foot pressure ulcer

This video clip describes the appearance of a pressure ulcer on the heel of a diabetic using a University of Hertfordshire wound care model.

Basic wound care – clinical skills

This video demonstrates the principles and techniques underlying basic wound care. It is part of a series of videos covering clinical skills produced by Oxford Medical Education

Diabetes nurse-led clinic

Caroline Dunstan, specialist nurse lead in Cornwall, England, discusses the diabetes nurse-led clinic and the move from a hospital to primary care focus.

Complete guide to hand washing

This is a short film showing how to wash your hands correctly with both alcohol rub and soap and water within a medical environment. Doing this correctly is an important first step in infection control within all medical establishments.

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