How to Access Digital Medic Content
Where to find Digital Medic’s open-access courses, videos, and other health education resources.
Digital Medic collaborates with organizations worldwide to create engaging, evidence-based health education resources that can be used in diverse settings. Read through the following sections to learn different ways to access and download our content.
If you would like to share or adapt our materials, please refer to the Digital Medic Content Use Guidelines.
Digital Medic mobile app
The Digital Medic mobile app is a free and convenient tool for accessing health education content online or offline.
We recommend the app for learners who work in settings with limited internet connectivity. When a connection is available, learners can use the app to download files to their device. Once stored on the device, the content can be reviewed at any time.
The mobile app is available for both iOS and Android devices. The app includes:
- Videos, assessments, interactive exercises, infographics, and other educational resources.
- Training courses covering community health topics such as maternal and child health, emergency medicine, breastfeeding, nutrition, vaccination, and community health worker advocacy
- Content available in multiple languages (including English, Hindi, isiXhosa, Afrikaans, French, and Spanish).
- Ability to download content to access offline.
Digital Medic project web pages
The Digital Medic website includes dedicated project web pages. These pages summarize background information about the content we create and provide guidance on accessing and sharing it.
Play videos on website and/or YouTube: Many projects involve the production of video series. Project pages include embedded videos that you can watch directly on the page. They also include links to access videos on YouTube.
Download content to your device: Within project pages, you will find links to download content files as well as licensing and usage guidelines. If you cannot locate information about how to download a file, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Digital Medic videos are published on the Stanford Center for Health Education (SCHE) YouTube channel. Browse our latest videos and access playlists organized by topic or project. YouTube’s video player also includes the option to view videos with subtitles in English and additional languages.
Contact our team at email@example.com if you would like to see Digital Medic resources on a different platform or learning management system, or are interested in hosting them through your own organization’s channels. General feedback and questions are also welcome.
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