Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Surgical Technology: Media

Find Streaming Video at IRSC

To access IRSC Libraries eBook collections, start at https://irsc.libguides.com

Click Databases by Subject

Click Streaming Video in the list of subjects

Streaming Video on Subjects List

Choose a Streaming Video collection to browse or search. The largest collection is Films on Demand.

Log in with your MyPioneerPortal email address and password

Films on Demand

Healthcare Career: Surgical Technician

From Title: Health Care and Technology: STEM Careers in Two Years

To work in healthcare, one must have good people skills and a passion for working for the good of patients and their families. Essential academic skills include math, science, biology, chemistry, physics, and more. Viewers hear from a surgical technologist about job training, job duties, skills required, salary, and benefits.

 

Try searching Films on Demand for more videos on health care careers and other topics. 

Finding Videos on YouTube

When searching for YouTube videos on surgical technology, make sure you are evaluating each of your results. Here are some questions you should ask yourself:

  • Who created the video?  Are they a reliable source of information? 
  • Why did they create the video? Is it an educational video, meant to inform? Or is it an ad that tries to convince the viewer buy a product?
  • When was the video created? Is the information up-to-date, or has there been new advances in the field?

A great starting point for searching videos for Surgical Technology is by searching for the official channels of hospitals and professional organizations. A few are listed below to start. 

You can also search for videos released by the official accounts of hospitals, clinics, and colleges. Remember to always check to see who created the videos, to make sure they are a reliable source. Here are some examples of videos created by non-profits, hospitals, or other educational organizations: