Dozens of Videos from Doctors and Students at Seattle Children's Hospital,
Swedish Medical Center and Medical University of South Carolina Now
Available Videos Offer Insight and Advice on Topics Ranging from Pediatrics to Cancer
Screening to Novel Surgical Techniques
NEW YORK, May 27 /PRNewswire/ -- The Doctor's Channel (http://www.thedoctorschannel.com), hailed by CNBC as the "educational YouTube" for doctors, today launched more than 100 new videos from doctors at three of America's top hospitals and medical centers: Seattle Children's Hospital, Swedish Medical Center and the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC).
Doctors at each facility are providing clinical updates to The Doctor's Channel in the form of short, one- to two-minute streaming videos in which they share their findings, ideas and opinions. They join Temple University Medical Center, Tulane University Medical Center and University of Chicago among top hospitals and medical centers whose doctors are providing content to The Doctor's Channel.
The newly-posted videos cover an array of topics including pediatrics, surgical techniques, cancer screening and novel treatments for tumors. The clips are available not only to doctors but to anyone who visits The Doctor's Channel. Since its launch in August 2007, The Doctor's Channel has added more than 700 videos from physicians across the country.
"The most effective way busy physicians learn from each other is
through quick conversations in which they share their knowledge," said The
Doctor's Channel President David Best, MD, MBA. "The goal of The Doctor's
Channel is to bring that process online, allowing doctors to watch
one-to-two minute videos
|SOURCE The Doctor's Channel|
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