Diverse Images and Audiovisuals for Educating Health Professionals
Diversity at OHSU includes age, culture, disability, ethnicity, gender, national origin, race, color, religion, sexual orientation, diversity of thought, ideas and more. However, photographs and other audiovisuals used for teaching health professions students often use young adult or middle age, white skin, cisgender men as the default.
This LibGuide is designed to provide educators with open access sites they can use to Increase the diversity of the audiovisuals they use in teaching. Some of the sites do provide additional guidelines for use.
This LibGuide is a work in progress. If you have appropriate sites to share, please email them to Pam Pierce, email@example.com.
Florida Office on Disability and Health Inclusive Image Gallery. (Photo library)
National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (Photo gallery; requires free account to download photos)
Clinical Signs in Skin of Color
Various Clinical Conditions
Black and Brown Skin website (Photo gallery of clinical signs)
Brownskin.net (Photos focusing on dermatology, including melasma and postinflammatory hyperpigmentation)
Brown Skin Matters (Crowdsourced photos focusing on dermatology)
Checking for Jaundice (Video assessing infants with jaundice of varying degrees of severity)
Respiratory Patterns in Various Disease Conditions
Accessory Muscle Use
Using Accessory Muscles of Respiration (Video of adult with COPD)
Cheyne-Stokes Respiration IVideo of adult)
Kussmaul Breathing in Diabetic Ketoacidosis (Video of 5-year-old boy)
Kussmaul Breathing Pattern (Video of 10-year-old boy with diabetic ketoacidosis)
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