Presentation on theme: "® MedBiquitous Virtual Patient Standard: An Educator’s Overview."— Presentation transcript:
® MedBiquitous Virtual Patient Standard: An Educator’s Overview
® What is are virtual patients? “interactive computer programs that simulate real life clinical scenarios and provide an effective way for healthcare professionals to not only learn about a wide range of clinical topics, but to practice in a virtual and therefore safe environment.”
® MedBiquitous Virtual Patient Standard (MVP) A technical specification for the exchange of Virtual Patient activities across Virtual Patient systems Institution AInstitution B
® Who is using Virtual patients? eViP Karolinska Institute Jagellonian University Northern Ontario School of Medicine St George’s University of London Tufts University University of Cluj Napoca University of Heidelberg University of Maastricht University of Munich University of Pittsburgh University of Warwick US Department of Veterans Affairs
® What is unique about Virtual patients? Assess decision making Explore cognitive processes Contextual “glue” for coordinating other simulation modalities Flexible learning & activity designs
® What the experts say “If expertise in clinical reasoning is indeed developed through exposure to a large number of cases, then VPs are ideally suited to this task.” “Virtual patients should be designed and used to promote clinical reasoning skills.” Cook DA and Triola MM. Virtual patients: a critical literature review and proposed next steps. Medical Education 2009; 43: 303–311.
® Why look for a standards conformant system? Sharing Protecting investment Research Repurposing existing content
® Implementing in the Curriculum Synthesize concepts after a didactic session Practice before an assessment As an assessment Clinical reasoning
® Getting started Learn more about how others are using virtual patients See presentations from MedBiquitous 2012 (www.medbiq.org/conference2012/agenda )www.medbiq.org/conference2012/agenda Plan to attend MedBiquitous 2013 See articles in the literature Check out different systems: www.medbiq.org/virtual_patient/implementers www.medbiq.org/virtual_patient/implementers Think about your educational goals Present some examples to faculty
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