The handy guide to anaemia

The handy guide comprises a series of 5 short videos explaining different aspects of anaemia. The videos show my hands displaying cardboard cut outs of pictures I drew to explain the story of anaemia, an idea which I thought might make the information more memorable for students.
Authored By kate mccormick on Thursday 26th May 2011

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Blanaid Canavan
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Medical Student - East Anglium
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Posted over 4 years ago
Omg this is so fun and informative! Beats looking at pages & pages of notes!
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Tina Ha
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Medical Student - Edinburgh
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Posted about 4 years ago
This is great! thanks
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Nicholas Parkinson
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Medical Student - Newcastle
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Posted about 5 years ago
Watching this has cleared up hours of miserable unsuccessful flogging of a text book. Thank you very much.
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kate bellia
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Posted about 5 years ago
This is brilliant...I've been anaemic for the last 3 years so I'm pretty well versed in it- but this resource is not only very sound science its so visually appealing and creative. You are a talanted communicator/artist/medic/teacher!! Thanks for sharing
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Lisa Grundy
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Medical Student - Cardiff
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Posted over 4 years ago
This is brilliant, thank you
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Famia Askari
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Medical Student - Leicester
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Posted about 5 years ago
Really interesting and enjoyable to watch! Very informative and easy to understand
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Sheilla Pinjani
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Other Medical Professional
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Posted over 4 years ago
This is really good
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Harpreet Kaur
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Posted over 3 years ago
Definitely a good quick revision tool; nice memorable summary! x
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Andrea Ruscitto
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Medical Student - Dundee
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Posted about 5 years ago
Excellent summarizing video. I like the Art Attack style!
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Mehreen Mehmood
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Medical Student
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Posted over 5 years ago
Thank you so much for this brilliant resource! It's amazing and helped me understand Anaemia much better :)
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Farah Marzuki
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Medical Student - Bristol
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Posted over 5 years ago
handy!
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kerry ann louise jobling
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Foundation Doctor
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Posted about 5 years ago
Perfect for all types of learners! Brilliant
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Stuart Chan
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CMT - East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
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Posted over 5 years ago
Well done, it's probably the most interactive and interesting haematology session i had so far :D
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Rita G
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Posted over 4 years ago
excellent! Thanks a lot!!
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darren o'hagan
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Medical Student - Peninsula
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Posted over 3 years ago
you have great imagination! it was good fun to listen to!
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Marie Burgess
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Posted over 3 years ago
One of the best presentations I've seen. An engaging piece of work from a very talented individual. Anaemia has never been more fun to learn about.Highly recommend to others to check this out. Congrats Kate and thankyou.
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jameela
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Posted over 3 years ago
THIS IS REALLY GOOD
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mojeed adams-mogaji
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Medical Student - Hull York Medical School
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Posted over 3 years ago
Thanks alot!
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kirtan jagani
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Medical Student - Keele
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Posted about 3 years ago
this is amazing!
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martin allen
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General Practitioner
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Posted about 5 years ago
great I like the handy interface and style MediCal are a great unit too
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Maria Rosa Fenoll-Brunet
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Posted almost 6 years ago
This is a superb resource!!! It shows and confirm an incredible author creativity and communication skills for producing audiovisual resources!!! Consider its use also as a great tool as information resource for patients! It is very well balan
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Laila Hasan
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Posted over 3 years ago
Thank you so so much. This was very 'handy' indeed. (Sorry - had to be said!!) xx
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susheel manthena
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Posted over 3 years ago
thankyou !!!
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kate mccormick
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Foundation Doctor - Royal Infirmary Of Edinburgh
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Posted over 5 years ago
Thanks so much for the lovely comments!
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komal
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Medical Student - Manchester
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Posted over 5 years ago
Really Creative and an excellent resource!! well done
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R S KUMAR
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Posted over 3 years ago
lovely
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Charlotte Alisa Clifford
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Posted over 5 years ago
Love your resource!
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Aditya Singh
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student - study
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Posted 9 months ago
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valentina graziano
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medical student - USACH, Hospital Barros Luco Trudeau
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Posted almost 2 years ago
This looks awesome! But the videos don't work :C
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Stephen Collins
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Medical Student - Southampton
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Posted over 1 year ago
this is phenomenal! thanks so much for putting it together. it's really helped my understanding of anaemia :)
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Amine Azzouzi
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Medical Student - West Vasili goldis university
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Posted over 1 year ago
Thank you verry Much
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kater kaiven
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Teacher - I'm Work in china
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Posted about 1 year ago
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Elle C
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Medical Student - Cardiff
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Posted about 3 years ago
A brilliant resource thank you!
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Kamal Eldirawi
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Posted over 4 years ago
it is really intersesting topic & an inviting title BUT : THE SOUND IN ALL VIDEOS IS VERY UNCLEAR & INERRUPTED please help
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