Simulation medical learning/training

robert bell rmsbell at ESEDONA.NET
Tue May 7 01:35:45 UTC 2013


Dear Jenny,

Excellent.

Pleased that this area is developing so well.

It seems that well designed learning modules similar to what pilots are put through in their simulator training would be healthy for medical students in all areas but particularly for diagnosis.

I have wondered if there are any developers in this area using animation with their programming. At first glance this might be cheaper, easier to produce, change, alter, etc. than more conventional mannequin/actor/patient simulations.

The advances in animation are utterly amazing as indicated in this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=uFxnBrO9n7o

Is the whole article you quote available on line anywhere for download?

Rob Bell, M.D. Ph.C.

On May 6, 2013, at 10:13 AM, Rudolph, Jenny W wrote:

> Hello All:
> My colleagues an I at the Center for Medical Simulation run a variety of
> diagnostic problem solving scenarios with our full-field mixed realism
> (mannequin and patients and actor patients).  At study of this work is
> available in this article:
> 
> Rudolph JW, Morrison JB, Carroll JS. The dynamics of action-oriented
> problem-solving: linking interpretation and choice. Academy of Management
> Review. 2009;34(4):733-756.
> 
> Best,
> 
> Jenny
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> On 5/6/13 8:57 AM, "Terese Sam C" <Sam.Terese at FRANCISCANALLIANCE.ORG>
> wrote:
> 
>> We are in the early stages of designing a simulation project with an
>> academic partner.  The initial focus is on optimization of laboratory
>> design and secondary project focused on Microbiology training.
>> 
>> Sam Terese
>> 
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>> I suppose the whole "virtual patient" movement is about proper diagnosing.
>> (Medbiquitous developed a standard representation for them:
>> http://www.medbiq.org/std_specs/standards/index.html#MVP).
>> 
>> Harold
>> 
>> On 5/4/13 8:08 PM, "robert bell" <rmsbell at ESEDONA.NET> wrote:
>> 
>>> Dear all,
>>> 
>>> 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
>>> videos?
>>> 
>>> 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.
>>> 
>>> Rob Bell
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