Everyone wants to see themselves reflected in the things they see around them, whether that is in the books they read or the images they see on webpages and online resources. This guide aims to pull together some of those free image banks.
Thanks to Dr Michael Toze (Senior Lecturer in Public Health & Social Determinants in Health) for his suggestions and contributions to the list of resources.
The Gender Spectrum Collection is a stock photo library featuring images of trans and non-binary models that go beyond the clichés. This collection aims to help media better represent members of these communities as people not necessarily defined by their gender identities—people with careers, relationships, talents, passions, and home lives.
In an effort to reduce pejorative portrayals of persons with obesity in media reporting, we have created an Image Gallery that provides a collection of photographs that individuals with obesity in ways that are positive and non-stereotypical. These images provide a fair and non-biased representation of youth and adults who have overweight and obesity. Our gallery can help promote accurate coverage of obesity-related topics in news reporting and challenge harmful weight-based stereotypes.
The imagery showcased in the PHIL is historic in nature; the contents depicted, though appropriate at the time a photograph was captured, may no longer be appropriate in the context of the current time period, and is not to be viewed as a source of the most current public health information.
Here you can browse our extensive range of Skin pictures. You can search by description, diagnosis, or body part. Or you can view our Diagnosis A-Z. We will be continually adding more pictures to this gallery.
A collection of free medical image resources. These are image collections that are free for educational use. Please carefully read the copyright notices and disclaimers before use; some sites have detailed instructions and conditions on the use of the images.
At ViiV Healthcare, we have made a pledge to use images of real people living with HIV across all of our platforms, where applicable, moving forward and we encourage others to do the same. To fulfill this purpose, we have collaborated with Shutterstock Studios to produce the HIV in View gallery. All the images in the gallery are completely free to use.