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02Oct2017

Use of i-Human Across the Stages of Medical Education

View All White Papers Case Player Configuration   Recommended Use M1 Students   For the M1 students, the patient case player in the H&P+Dx configuration is ideal. It introduces the history and physical process and provides automatic scoring, thereby reducing faculty time. Students also get exposed early to tests and differential diagnoses while not being
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21Sep2017

Finding Time to Teach

View All White Papers Finding Time to Teach Stepping Outside of the Classroom: The flipped classroom is an alternative educational approach in which the typical lecture and homework elements are “flipped”. The students receive prerecorded lectures to view outside of the classroom, and in-class time is devoted to alternate activities such as structured exercises, projects,
  • 21 Sep, 2017
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28Jul2017

The Nurse Practitioner, forum discussion

New and Noteworthy Drexel University NP students use virtual patients to hone skills, by Jamesetta (Jamie) A. Newland Students at Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions are using the i-Human Patients Case Player, which simulates a complete medical patient encounter with animated avatars, human physiology and pathophysiology, virtual histopathology, and 3D anatomy to help improve
  • 28 Jul, 2017
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11Apr2017

Drexel University uses i-Human

Click to view full story & video on 6abc Action News From WPVI-TV 6abc Action News in Philadelphia, PA CENTER CITY (WPVI) — It’s the medical training version of the old joke about getting to Carnegie Hall – “practice, practice, practice.”Technology has changed the way we learn on every level of schooling.At Drexel University’s College of
  • 11 Apr, 2017
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23Feb2017

Diagnostic Errors Are More Common Than You Think, by Norm Wu

Read on The Doctor Weighs In According to a seminal 2015 report on diagnostic error by the Institute of Medicine, “It is likely that most of us will experience at least one diagnostic error in our lifetime, sometimes with devastating consequences.” Indeed, studies on diagnostic error in the U.S. have suggested overall misdiagnosis rates range from
  • 23 Feb, 2017
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