Video Clip Library
The video clips (usually less than 15 minutes) on this page are in general very basic and hopefully psychiatrists will not learn much from them. They may, however, be useful for teaching purposes. They may also serve in patients/family education.
The clips do not require any specific software. To play them just click on the video.
If you want to download the videos to your own computer
you can use one of the many free applications such as vdownloader
Updated April 2016
Rural vs. Urban Drug Abuse - Is drug use more prevalent in rural or urban areas in the USA?
(3 min 54 sec)
Based on data provided by several SAMHSA reports, 12 Keys created this video about how rural rates of drug use compare to urban rates of drug use in the USA.
Video created by 12 Keys Recovery
Anxiety: Psychiatric Interviews for Teaching (12 min 01 sec)
University of Nottingham (UK). In this film, a primary care physician is seeing a patient who has presented several times before with complaints of palpitations and shortness of breath.
Delusions in Schizophrenia (9 min 33 sec)
A Newcastle University (UK) teaching aid originally designed for medical students.
A young woman with schizophrenia characterised by tactile (haptic) hallucinations and secondary delusions as well as delusions of reference is interviewed by her psychiatrist
Auditory Hallucinations (3 min 30 sec)
A Newcastle University (UK) teaching aid which, whilst originally designed for medical students, are hopefully of use for everyone interested in learning about psychiatry."