The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) Quick Take videos summarizes the key findings of an original research article and their broader implications.
Course Talk is a MOOC (massive open online course) aggregator from top universities and has a section on Medicine.
Class Central is a MOOC (massive open online course) aggregator from top universities like Stanford, MIT, Harvard, etc. offered via Coursera, Udacity, edX, Venture Lab and others and has a section on Health & Medicine MOOCs.
Coursera offers a wide range of free interactive online courses from top universities, including, nutrition, health promotion, patient safety, statistics, anatomy, neuroscience, pharmacology and other courses pertinent to medicine.
EDX offers free interactive online courses from top universities such as Harvard and MIT and includes a Harvard course in epidemiology and biostatistics.
Future Learn offers free online health and psychology courses from the world's leading universities.
Based in the UK, The Open University is one of the world leaders in modern distance learning and has many courses pertinent to health care.
Extensive Video Library from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
MOOCs (massive open online courses) provided by The Stanford University.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention videos on health promotion.
Among the learning activities provided freely by Medscape News, there are several videos with discussions on trending topics in medicine.
Among the learning activities provided freely by Medscape Education, there are several videos with lectures in all medical specialties.
Carnegie Mellon University Open Learning Initiative provides online interactive courses in Anatomy & Physiology and Biochemistry.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Global Health page, with details and videos on the CDC's humanitarian actions around the globe.
The Cleveland Clinic's Center for Continuing Education provides webcasts on a wide range of topics and grand rounds.
The Oxford Centre for Evidence-based Medicine provides a series of lectures on the topic.
This channel hosts videos produced by students at Oxford University Medical School.
Several videos on minimally invasive surgeries in different specialties. Free registration is required.
The Merck Manual of Diagnosis and Therapy is one of the best-selling medical books of all times, and its website has a section on free procedural videos.
A vast collection of medical animations.
Series of videos with lectures on a wide range of topics from the Mayo Clinic.
Advancing In is a Canadian resource that provides free, interactive, accredited online programs to healthcare professionals in a variety of specialties.
This website provides materials (slides, MP3, MP4 video) from several Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH) courses.
This world-famous website is not specifically dedicated to medicine or healthcare, but to the spreading of ideas relevant to the world in general. It has speeches 10 to 20 minutes long from the most prominent people in their fields including education, technology, health for the general public, world issues and more.