The online simulation platform will be tested in at least five British universities (Imperial College London, Oxford, Exeter, Plymouth, and Newcastle) and more than a dozen schools in other countries, including Harvard.
Three of the best medical schools participate in the pilot research of our clinical reasoning training simulator for students.
We will be presenting one poster about the project for students and one oral communication about how to improve the script concordance test in Vienna.
Combining different forms of evaluation is ideal to ensure competence in clinical reasoning.
Preamble of the pilot application of Practicum Script for medical students at ASME 2019.
Converting text to voice is a mobility solution for those who lack time to stop in front of the computer screen and prefer to combine reading with other tasks.
Now the project targets the validation of the clinical cases by a panel of referees consisting of experts in Internal Medicine from most participating medical schools.
Practicum Script will arrive in the classroom next year and will be part of the curriculum of the Complutense University of Madrid and also of the Francisco de Vitoria.
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