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Global Health Video Outlets

There are a variety of video hosted websites covering various lectures at conferences or other venues I wanted to remind folks about. I am not sure any of these have taken off, but there are a fantastic way to catch up on interesting topics. The individual links are as follows: Scribe Media, KarmaTube, Fora TV, IET. IET is focused on technology but they have relevant videos, just do a search on “health” on their website. Considering the popularity of YouTube it would be cool if they had a section devoted to social causes/international health. If you know of any other worthy outlets please email us.

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On a related note, Starfish is coming to DISH network soon. “The Starfish Television Network’s programming objective is to tell the stories of the nation’s philanthropic community in an entertaining and cost-effective fashion.” Other video or audio sites of interest are below:

BOP Videos at Michigan, link
Doctors without Borders podcasts, link
PRI’s The World: global health podcast, link
New England Journal of Medicine audio interviews, link
Columbia global health seminar series, link
University of North Carolina global health seminar series, link
2007 Univ of Wisconsin Global Health Symposium, link
University of Washington School of Public Health podcasts, link

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Written by Aman

April 22, 2007 at 7:19 pm

Posted in Global Health, ICT, Media

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