We are always interested in hearing from groups and authors who are interested in developing powerful, open, virtual patient cases or for other educational research purposes.
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We at Qatar University just started the new medical school in Sep. 2015. This undergraduate medical curriculum has an integrated content where students would go through all the subjects or disciplines of one body organ system every academic module. Each module would last for 4 to 6 weeks depending on which organ system is being studied. The curriculum is delivered in a student-centered and collaborative manner through a Problem-Based Learning (PBL) approach.
We currently are working on innovating the learning approach by trying to turn the paper-based patient scenarios of PBL into a virtual patient format. Such gradual conversion will enable our students to learn around virtual patients on the big computer screen in each of the study rooms, instead of just reading a patient’s scenarios on paper. We believe that the later lacks interactivity and limits the clinical reasoning process.
I am writing to inquire about the feasibility of incorporating your product into some parts of our curriculum where we intent to trial such innovation as described above.
I would highly appreciate your guidance in the above regard, and perhaps if possible to have the following:
1) demo access
2) description of an offer on your product
3) what will be the cost on us
Dr. Ayad Moslih, MBBS, MHPE
College of Medicine
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