Using healthtalk in teaching

Teachers and lecturers all over the world use healthtalk.org to teach:
medical education
allied health professions
Humanities (psychology, sociology, anthropology)
Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education 
Why use our resources in teaching? 
1) We have thousands of resources: We have tens of thousands of video and audio clips of people sharing their experiences of more than 100 health conditions and social issues. Browse our range of videos. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Email us to ask.
2) The content is reliable: All of the content is based on academic qualitative research, from non-commercial funding sources.
3) Learning improves with healthtalk.org videos: Research by Snow et al (2016)* showed that learners’ knowledge retention, confidence and exam results were much improved when our patient experience videos were included in their learning.
Would you like to use our health experience videos in a presentation or on a website? Read about healthtalk+, a new service for professionals, coming soon. All revenue will be used to support the Dipex Charity in maintaining the website and keeping it going for future learners and the general public. 
*Rosamund Snow, Joanna Crocker, Katherine Talbot, Jane Moore & Helen Salisbury (2016) Does hearing the patient perspective improve consultation skills in examinations? An exploratory randomized controlled trial in medical undergraduate education, Medical Teacher, 38:12, 1229-1235, DOI: 10.1080/0142159X.2016.1210109