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eLearning Solution. Virtual Patient: Year 2. Dr. Sunhea Choi and Mimi Lee 16 July 2009. Content. Needs analysis & requirements. The solution. Aims of the project. What is a Virtual Patient?. Aims of the project. ?. 3. Needs analysis & requirements capturing. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • eLearning SolutionVirtual Patient: Year 2Dr. Sunhea Choi and Mimi Lee16 July 2009

  • *ContentThe solutionNeeds analysis & requirementsAims of the project

  • *What is a Virtual Patient??Aims of the project

  • *Needs analysis & requirements capturingLiterature reviewsEvaluation of existing virtual patientsStudies i.e. questionnaires, workshops, curriculum

  • Literature reviewsInteractive multimediaLearning theoriesHuman Computer Interaction (HCI)eLearning in medical education including Virtual Patients

  • Evaluation of existing Virtual PatientsSelected Virtual PatientsTwo Virtual Patient types at Edinburgh University (linear & branching), IVIMEDS, Two different types at Birmingham UniversityEvaluated by students and teaching staffAimed to identify the features students and teaching staff liked and considered appropriate for BM5 programme

  • Studies for capturing requirementseLearning session in BM5 curriculum review pilot study in 2006VP development workshop with students to create their ideal virtual patient4th year project: capturing VP requirements (2006-07)Methods used: questionnaires, focus groups, observation

  • *?Why do we needvirtual patients?What do we want to achieve with virtual patients?How do we want to use the virtual patients?

  • What is the roles of the virtual patient??www.heartdisease.comwww.lungsandliver.comwww.som.soton.ac.uk

  • Aim of the virtual patient in the curriculumYear 1: to highlight key points with at least one VP case per body systemYear 2: to drive the learning with weekly VPs

  • How will virtual patient be integrated into the curriculum?A weekly virtual patient will be introduced on Monday.Students use virtual patient as revision or as self directed learning.The weekly virtual patient is discussed on Friday.

  • Key features of virtual patient year 2InteractivityVisual presentations of clinical scenariosContextualised learning of basic scienceIndividualised feedbackData retrievalCurriculum integration

  • Key features of virtual patientInteractivityVisual presentations of clinical scenariosContextualised learning of basic sciencesIndividualised feedbackData retrievalCurriculum integration

  • Symptoms & complaints This is the last page for Mr AKs visit to his GP. Summarise Mr AKs symptoms, history, examination and investigation results. And write the intervention you, as a GP, will arrange for Mr AK.

    Play the video clip if you would like to view Mr AK and GP consultation again. Your notes will be added to the patient records, which you can access from the menu bar on the right bottom corner of the screen..

    HistoryExamination & investigationManagementSubmit the noteMr AKs visit to GP: SummaryxxMr AKs visit to GP

    The summary of the investigation that S summarised will be displayed whenever S clicks the menu option.Mr AKs visit to GP

    Examination of the torso also unremarkable; Mr AK is slightly overweight and shows no abdominal scarring indicative of past surgery, no pain on palpation or percussion and no obvious skin abnormalities. Symptoms and complaints strongly suggest that Mr AK is suffering from heartburn caused by gastro-intestinal reflux.

  • Key features of virtual patientInteractivityVisual presentations of clinical scenariosContextualised learning of basic sciencesIndividualised feedbackAt the end of each case, the students receive computer generated feedback on their performance for each learning outcome. Data retrievalCurriculum integration

  • Key features of virtual patientInteractivityVisual presentations of clinical scenariosContextualised learning of basic sciencesIndividualised feedbackData retrievalStudent interactions and inputs, questions answers and summary medical notes are stored into a database. Curriculum integration

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  • Key features of virtual patientInteractivityVisual presentations of clinical scenariosContextualised learning of basic sciencesIndividualised feedbackData retrievalCurriculum integration Virtual patient have been designed and integrated as part of the reviewed BM5 programme

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  • Thank youQ & A

    Contact Dr Sunhea Choi for further information.

    *Please use the dd month yyyy format for the date for example 11 January 2008. The main title can be one or two lines long.

    *Click on each part to take you to that section. The skeleton is rotating (preliminary studies), for Fundamentals, Im going to place a rotating muscular figure and for The solution, it will be a rotation human form.*What are virtual patients?Why do we need virtual patients?What do we want to achieve with virtual patients?How do we want to use the virtual patients?

    What is virtual patient?A virtual patient is an electronic version of a patient case study,

    Virtual Patient will enable a student to take on the role as GP and develop their clinical skills such as gathering evidence of a patients condition before making a diagnosis.The Virtual patient programs is increasing in popularity because it enables a student to practice within a safe environment.The Virtual patient allows the student to interact with the patient using a variety of activities and question type. It will give students feedback on their performance.Analysis and design stage conducting preliminary studies for needs assessments and requirements gathering.

    A lot of background study has been put into researching VP before it was created. This was so that the best learning solution could be achieved.Literature Review A literature review is a summary of previous research on a topicThe purpose of a literature review is to convey to the reader what knowledge and ideas have been established on a topic. To allow the reader to be brought up to date regarding the state of research in the field, and to fill in any gaps that have not been covered.Evaluation of existing VPs Ivimeds, University of Edinburgh Open Labyrinth, - assessing usability, content, etcCritical analysis - Year 1 and 2 curriculum review pilot studyTo capture requirements: start 28th Apr 2008Methods used: Tracking data analysis, questionnaires, interviews, focus group interviews, students diary, workshops, basically designing VP with the students*****What are virtual patients?Why do we need virtual patients?What do we want to achieve with virtual patients?How do we want to use the virtual patients?

    What is virtual patient?A virtual patient is an electronic version of a patient case study,

    Virtual Patient will enable a student to take on the role as GP and develop their clinical skills such as gathering evidence of a patients condition before making a diagnosis.The Virtual patient programs is increasing in popularity because it enables a student to practice within a safe environment.The Virtual patient allows the student to interact with the patient using a variety of activities and question type. It will give students feedback on their performance.********Model answer for the Summary of Mr AKs visit to GP

    Symptoms and complaints:Mr AK complains of an uncomfortable burning sensation in middle of chest, especially after large meals. His pain occurs on bending, straining and light exercise and when lying down. He has an acid taste in the mouth and his symptoms exacerbated by coffee, tea, spicy food and alcohol.

    History: Mr AKs past medical history is unremarkable.

    Examination and Investigation: Examination of the torso also unremarkable; Mr AK is slightly overweight and shows no abdominal scarring indicative of past surgery, no pain on palpation or percussion and no obvious skin abnormalities. Symptoms and complaints strongly suggest that Mr AK is suffering from heartburn caused by gastro-intestinal reflux.

    Management: Simple antacids such as Rennies have been ineffective in treating Mr AKs heartburn. Short-term use of both cimetidine and omeprazole, as recommended by NICE, have also been unsuccessful. Therefore, GP should consider referral of Mr AK to hospital for examination by a specialist consultant.**************