New published peer-reviewed study in Diagnosis.
With i-Human Patients, students experience safe, repeatable, fully-graded clinical patient encounters on their devices anywhere, anytime.
Cases include integrated learning, exercises, and assessments to help students fully understand cases and remediate when they make incorrect and incomplete decisions. They can be configured to the level of the learner and can be scaffolded throughout your curriculum.
Students can be assigned cases individually, in a lecture, a flipped classroom or in a team-based learning environment.
i-Human tracks every click, and every decision the student documents and provides them with instant, expert feedback along the way.
Faculty and administrators can reduce grading, and simply access performance reports to pinpoint gaps in curriculum and identify at-risk students.
In the recently published peer-reviewed study in Diagnosis entitled “Use of a structured approach and virtual simulation practice to improve diagnostic reasoning,” i-Human Patients by Kaplan provided a virtual environment to measure diagnostic efficiency across eight medical school campuses. All the observed students improved in diagnostic accuracy, efficiency, and completeness while utilizing i-Human Patients.
Published peer-reviewed study in Diagnosis entitled “Use of a structured approach and virtual simulation practice to improve diagnostic reasoning,”
“Assessing the Efficacy of Measuring Diagnostic Reasoning,” by Christopher Cimino, MD, FACMI, VP of Medical Academics
“Examining the Use of Virtual Simulation to Improve Diagnostic Reasoning,” by David E. Schultze, EdD, MSN, RN, CNRN, Executive Director of Nursing Simulation
i-Human is the most exciting advance in healthcare education that I've seen. It has the power to change how faculty teach and how students and clinicians learn. The result will be better-prepared clinicians and improved patient care.
I think that i-Human is an incredible product. I really love the open-ended feedback that they give you - it lets you choose your course and corrects you as needed, and I think that's really valuable. I think that it can augment standardized patients really well, and it gives students exposure to things that they may not experience otherwise.