Wandering through the web I found a page with a lot of free courses in English. The page is online.stanford.edu and you can find many courses on a variety of subjects.
Administration of antibiotics: Antibiotics are among the most frequently prescribed drugs. The estimate is that approximately 50% of antibiotics use, both in for outpatients and in hospital, are inadequate. Unlike many other drugs, the use of antibiotics has a potential for public health consequences, Improper use may harm not only the individual patient, but it may contributes to social harm by creating an unnecessary selective process that could lead to antibiotic resistant bacteria. This video course introduces students to the basic principles of proper antibiotic use. It demonstrates the method of applying these principles to the management of common infections, and it describes how to develop and maintain an antimicrobial management program.
COVID-19: Training for Healthcare Workers: This is a most timely subject as COVID-19 is spreading rapidly around the world. It is extremely important that all providers must be prepared to recognize, stabilize and treat patients with the new coronavirus infection. After completing this short course, doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals will have a unified, evidence-based approach to saving the lives of COVID-19 patients, including those who are seriously ill.
Definition of the string quartet: Haydn: The string quartet can be defined in several ways. At the most basic level, the musical term refers to the middle of four stringed instruments: two violins, viola, and cello. It can also be used to describe the collective identity of the instrumentalists themselves, particularly established professional ensembles. One such ensemble is the St. Lawrence String Quartet, Stanford University’s celebrated ensemble-in-residence, whose members perform in this course. They perform Stanford’s 842-seat Bing Concert Hall, as well as a smaller studio on that splendid facility, showcasing their talents in both venues.