Simulation medical learning/training
lehmann at JHMI.EDU
Sun May 5 01:51:15 UTC 2013
I suppose the whole "virtual patient" movement is about proper diagnosing.
(Medbiquitous developed a standard representation for them:
On 5/4/13 8:08 PM, "robert bell" <rmsbell at ESEDONA.NET> wrote:
>Taking a leaf again from the airline industry simulation is being used in
>many different ways in medicine I am told.
>Does anyone have any idea if they are effective and has anything been
>done with the diagnosis field?
>Also, has anyone done anything with cartoon type movies or interactive
>It would seem that with the cost of regular movies that cartoons could be
>cheaper. However, would they work as well?
>Would welcome hearing any information.
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