Improving clinical learning through intuitive cases.


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Authenticity and the thought that this put forth the defense more vital ... Feature highlighted in the authenticity remarks additionally in connection to survey discussions and so forth ...
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´╗┐eDoctoring Enhancing clinical learning through intuitive cases

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Background to eDoctoring Collaboration between Universities of California and Newcastle Tackles issues encompassing clinical practice Uses direct case-based situations Online conveyance of learning Interactive graphical environment Videos Audio Tutorials

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Integrating eDoctoring and CSIM HEFCE Windfall Project Newcastle\'s CSIM course returning to scholastic data in a clinical situation bunch based working backing accessible (clinical, specialized) Integrating eDoctoring did not change the strategy for learning did change way understudy worked through material arranged procedure of presentation

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Staged creation process Traditional content organization LSE case conveyance motor (counting planned arrival of substance) content just with access to asset pictures

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Staged generation process Traditional configuration with video inserted utilized existing LSE case conveyance motor recordings implanted on the off chance that video creation was unscripted (roleplayers)

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Staged creation handle Full eDoctoring group straight exceedingly visual case with portrayal access to assets and inquiries video generation completely scripted (roleplayers and clinicians)

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Learner response to cases CSIM assessment 700+ therapeutic understudies more than 2 years standard MBBS assessment (quantitative and subjective) information from 2006/7 assessment (350 learners reactions) US learner assessment 550 occupants more than year and a half assessment information gathered as a major aspect of post test information from 2006/7 assessment (237 learner reactions)

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Suggestions for development 65 respondents gave free content remarks Main issue was the choice not to permit movement past case questions Linear nature of route was additionally an issue Content and authenticity raised both positive and negative remarks

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Suggestions for development 65 respondents gave free content remarks (US - 87) Main issue was the choice not to permit movement past case questions Linear nature of route was likewise an issue Content and authenticity raised both positive and negative remarks

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Positive remarks 44 respondents gave free content remarks Realism and the possibility this put forth the defense more essential Interactivity and fun sprung up frequently in the remarks Video included in the authenticity remarks additionally in connection to survey discussions and so forth

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Positive remarks 44 respondents gave free content remarks (US - 87) Realism and the possibility this put forth the defense more noteworthy Interactivity and fun sprung up regularly in the remarks Video highlighted in the authenticity remarks additionally in connection to review counsels and so on

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Questions for instructive outline Interpreting and reacting to criticism moving understudies out of their "usual range of familiarity" drawing in with material in a direct way input unmistakably mirrored this New cases joining input access to inquiries and assets open responses to inquiries still required video generation completely scripted (on-screen character and clinicians)

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Future of eDoctoring in CSIM eDoctoring new branches of knowledge framework upgrades Future materials CSIM is an immersive domain proper to CSIM? concentrate on strategies and methodologies scripted vignettes (performing artists and clinicians)

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