Use Cases

Case Study: Briar Cliff University

Case Study: Briar Cliff University

Lisa Rezendez - June 9th, 2017

We spoke with Dr. Susan Beidler, Chair of the Department of Nursing for Briar Cliff University, about the expansion of their online programs, the changes in student population, and how case-based real patient video is adding value in their curriculum.

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Case Study: Western Carolina University

Case Study: Western Carolina University

Lisa Rezendez - April 18th, 2017

We spoke with Melisa McNeil, Residential Program Director of Western Carolina University's EMC program, about the challenges of engaging a diverse student population, in both online and traditional models, and how case-based learning and innovation has improved outcomes. See her responses below or watch the full video interview.

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

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

Lisa Rezendez - February 23rd, 2017

We have identified 7 use cases within medical education for real patient video case studies. The most common use case of real patient video by the schools using our platform is via synchronous learning. This is employed by playing a short video vignette, followed by either content related to that vignette or an active discussion around a teaching point via the case.

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Video and It's Impact on Healthcare Education

Video and It's Impact on Healthcare Education

Lisa Rezendez - February 3rd, 2017

The advances of technology in medical education have brought simulation labs, virtual microscopes, and apps for entering data on the spot in clinical settings. In comparison to these innovations however, one of the most widespread, simple, and accessible technologies is video.

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Active Learning Using Video Content

Active Learning Using Video Content

Lisa Rezendez - January 27th, 2017

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, to Socratic questioning, to breakout groups and countless others.

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Panelist discussion of 15-year-old with restrictive anorexia: “Weight loss in childhood is not normal”

Panelist discussion of 15-year-old with restrictive anorexia: “Weight loss in childhood is not normal”

Lisa Rezendez - January 7th, 2016

Experts from Kartini Clinic for Children and Families and Pediatric Associates of the Northwest hosted a live webinar on Wed., Jan. 6, to discuss a case of a patient with severely disordered food intake and activity.

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