Wellcome Images is a rich collection of images, with themes ranging from medical and social history to contemporary healthcare and biomedical science. All images are available on demand in digital form. Search online or use the expertise of professional scientific and historical researchers to find images. Subjects from medicine to magic, the sacred or the profane, science or satire, all related to human culture at its broadest.
This collection contains historical images from the Wellcome Library collections, Tibetan Buddhist paintings, ancient Sanskrit manuscripts written on palm leaves, beautifully illuminated Persian books and much more. The Biomedical Collection holds over 40 000 high-quality images from the clinical and biomedical sciences. Selected from the UK's leading teaching hospitals and research institutions, it covers disease, surgery, general healthcare, sciences from genetics to neuroscience including the full range of imaging techniques.
Part of Wellcome Collection, a major new public venue developed by the Wellcome Trust, the Library has over 750 000 books and journals, an extensive range of manuscripts, archives and films, and more than 250 000 paintings, prints and drawings.
Gene Screen BC
Gene Screen BC (GSBC) is an annual competition that honours short videos that educate, inform and excite secondary students, the public and healthcare professionals about the role of genetics and genomics in human health. The 2011 theme for instance was “Education”, targeted towards those interested in creating short films aimed at educating students in grades 8 to 12 about any topic related to the role of genetics and genomics in human health.
It was first organised in 2010 and the submitted videos that rank highest are added to an online video gallery, so definitely worth to take a look at: http://www.genescreenbc.com/videos-2/videos
Reusable Learning Objects for Healthcare
A growing repository of interactive multimedia learning objects for students and teachers in Healthcare education, and for Healthcare practioners. The learning objects have been developed by the School of Nursing, Midwifery & Physiotherapy at the University of Nottingham, and are extensively used within and without the UK Higher Education sector. The objects are released under a Creative Commons licence enabling free reuse for non-profit-making educational purposes.
Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs)
Recently released RLOs