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  1. Fourth Graylyn Conference on Technology Innovation in Medical Education 2005 Andrew. F. Payer, Ph.D.

  2. Setting the Stage to Use Technology In the First Course In Medical School

  3. What if you had --- • All the computer hardware and software you wanted. • A truly virtual library with all the necessary resources. • A building with classrooms, computer lab, small-group conference rooms capable of supporting all your computer needs.

  4. The Facts • New medical school for the state of Florida started in 2001 • Start with 30 students and increase to 120 • Departments will only include: • Biomedical Sciences • Clinical Sciences • Family Medicine and Rural Health • Geriatrics • Medical Humanities and Social Science

  5. Synchronized, sound, computing and imaging stations Student model/computer rooms

  6. Each small group room has a PC, DVD, internet and LCD projector

  7. 5,000 print book 167 print journal subscriptions • Access to 1,962 journals in Pub Med • 3 books checked out a day average • 9 PCs available for public and medical students

  8. To Google orNot to Google?

  9. Assessing the Validity of Information on the Web

  10. Guidelines for Assessing the Validity of Information on the Web • AMA Guidelines for Medical and Health Information Sites on the Internet • Health Information On-Line at FDA • Health on the Net Code of ConductHON

  11. Gov CDC AHRQ NLM.NIH DHHS FDA States fl.us Edu Medical Centers Org Associations AAFP ACP ACOG Disease orgs ADA ALA Com Commercial Site Ownership and Domain

  12. Assessing the Validity of Information on the Web • Site ownership/domain • Contributors listed, contact info • Highly referenced, linked to • MEDLINE Abstracts/Journal Articles • Proceedings from scientific meetings • Timeliness: date posted, revised • Viewer access, payment and privacy • Funding and sponsorship

  13. Exercise • Go to www.Google.com • Search for migraine headache • Rate the first 20 hits • Sponsor? • Audience? • Authors? • Links? • Date Revised? • Do advanced search limit to .gov domain and compare results

  14. Charlotte Edwards MaguireMedical Library Recommended Resources For Summer Coursework By Nadine Dexter Public Services Librarian

  15. Recommended Resources • First Consult • ImagesMD • Images in Google • E-Medicine • WebFEAT (E-books search engine • Access Medicine

  16. Go to http://www.med.fsu.edu/library/default.asp Select First Consult from the middle box.

  17. Select the Differential Diagnosis link.

  18. Type the search term “cough” into the search box.

  19. Note search results listed by age.

  20. Click on the Resource Box again and choose images MD

  21. Insert into the search box, the term “cough”.

  22. Type your search term into the search window, click on go. Your search results!

  23. Try doing an images search in Google. http://www.google.com Your results.

  24. Note search results for “normal laboratory values”

  25. Search results found in Hay Current Pediatrics 17ed. for “normal laboratory values”

  26. Remember!Help is a only a click awayhttp://www.med.fsu.edu/library/LibContact.asp644-3883

  27. Large Group Sessions • Issues to address with technology • Professionalism in class • No net surfing • No e-mail • No instant messaging

  28. Anatomy/Autopsy Cadaver Report For Anatomy, Embryology and Imaging Course 2005 Andrew F. Payer, Ph.D. Florida State University, College of Medicine

  29. Students work as a team and record findings on their cadaver. • Students are given age, sex and last occupation (if known) • They are not given cause of death • Findings include skin markings, structural variations, surgery, prostheses and pathology. • Must confirm all findings using resources such as the virtual library, pathologists and texts.

  30. Student groups provide weekly documentation of findings. • At the end of the course each group presents their patient, their findings and estimated cause of death to rest of class, clinical anatomist, pathologist and other clinical faculty. • They are given cause of death on death certificate at end of presentation.

  31. Ultrasonography

  32. Students given orientation to ultrasound unit. • A group is assigned to perform ultrasound imaging on each other related to the assigned body region. • Group researches ultrasonography of the region they are assigned • Group presents images to class during the weekly radiology session.

  33. Small Group Sessions

  34. Weekly clinical cases on the anatomy topics of the previous week. • Groups of 9 students, one teaching assistant and one faculty. • Orient the faculty prior to case about content and potential resources students may use. • Weekly whole class wrap up of case and resources used by students.

  35. Audience Response System Turning Point Technologies http://www.turningtechnologies.com/