This is a nice little introduction to the concept of risk in medical literature. The author uses a simulated study to help illustrate concepts here.
2. Confidence Intervals:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hn6C21GC0vA&feature=related And here is a presentation which clarifies understanding of confidence intervals, another key concept in reading and interpreting medical literature.
3. Sample Size Calculation:
Here the idea is to know how many subjects you need in a study to be able to achieve statistical significance.
4. Regression Analysis:
This is a common procedure used in statistics but not one everyone necessarily understands. This little clip does a nice job of explaining what this is.
5. Evidence-Based Medicine 1:
An introduction to the topic, looking at critical appraisal.
6. Evidence-Based Practice: http://www.youtube.com/watchv=SWMjkxNpl6k&feature=related
This is about the real world applications of EBCP.
7. Research Methods:
A primer on beginning research.
Beyond this, so much more exists on youtube that can help explain concpets related to evidence-based practice, to teaching effectiveness and to scholarship. Poke around, and enter what I have called a "youtube fugue..."