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MedCram is trusted by thousands of medical students, clinicians, and Universities with over 20 million video views and counting.
The MedCram difference is clarity.
Easy to follow, digestible medical videos will help you understand more in less time. Short quizzes and case studies reinforce key concepts.
In addition to our over 100 free MedCram medical videos, we've also created fast-paced and high yield comprehensive medical courses on a variety of topics (EKG/ECG, vasopressors, urinalysis, pulmonology, CBC results, cardiology, hematology, infectious disease, antibiotics, and more) for a reasonable cost.
Dr. Roger Seheult is a renowned medical instructor and physician. He is board certified in 4 areas: internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, critical care, and sleep medicine. He has over 20 years of teaching experience including several years as a test preparation instructor. He has also been the medical director for a PA program and respiratory therapy program.
MedCram medical lectures are ideal for a variety of medical students, and professionals. We often hear from physicians (doctors), NPs, and PAs that these are among the best medical lectures they can find online. We also get excellent feedback from nurses (RNs) and respiratory therapists (RTs). Many topics are very helpful for paramedics and EMTs. A variety of infectious disease and antibiotics medical videos are great for pharmacists and dentists as well.
MedCram videos are efficient - highlighting the key points without bogging you down with too much information all at once. Dr. Seheult has spent many years as at test preparation instructor. For these reasons, MedCram medical lectures are excellent for test prep. They are excellent for Doctors preparing for USMLE or board exams. PA students and professionals find MedCram helpful for PANCE. Nurse practitioners love the videos for ANCC and AANPCP prep. Nursing students find many of the topics very helpful in preparing for NCLEX.
We also offer over 30 hours of category 1 continuing medical education (CMEs) and CEUs.
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