How Healthcare Educators Use Real Patient Video in the Classroom

ReelDx kicked off its 2018 webinar series with Editorial Board member Michele Wolf, MSN Program Director at the University of Tampa joined by Dr. David Spiro, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician and Co-founder of ReelDx.  Together they discussed teaching the diagnosis …

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Case Study: Briar Cliff University

Briar Cliff University, located in Sioux City, Iowa, is an institution with a rich Catholic heritage and a strong tradition of service.  The Mission of the Department of Nursing at Briar Cliff University is to promote health, healing, and hope …

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Case Study: Western Carolina University

Western Carolina University’s main campus is located in Cullowhee, NC, just over 50 miles west of Asheville.  The first Baccalaureate Emergency Medical Care (EMC) program in the nation, the Program is one of only fourteen institutions in the country offering …

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Synchronous Learning: One “Use Case” For Real Patient Video

When I started using real patient video to teach paramedic and medical students 17 years ago, it was in response to an education need that seemed obvious.

Back then, the tools I was offered at Yale were PowerPoint lectures, “chalk

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Featured Case of the Month

Our featured free access case of the month was created by Dr. David Abrams, a well established internal medicine physician who is part of the clinical teaching faculty at USC School of Medicine.

You can access the case here: http://ow.ly/JPnn308UDrW…

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Active Learning Using Video Content

The more we hear from our educational subscribers about the way they are combating changing learner trends, what becomes unbelievably apparent is how they rely on active learning strategies to better engage students. These can range from student lead discussions, …

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