Clinical Encounter: Case Building Engine - For Medical Educators

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Clinical Encounter: Case Building Engine - For Medical Educators

Clinical Encounter Case Building Engine is a web/tablet application that provides both creation and delivery of scenario-based clinical training experiences for students in the health professions.

The clinical scenarios have challenging combinations of medical conditions and patient circumstances that are discovered by the students interacting with a simulated electronic health record.

Interactive case scenarios: The student's experience involves reviewing clinical data already available in the simulate EHR, selecting clinical evaluations and interpreting results, making clinical decisions for diagnosis and treatment, and receiving immediate feedback on their choices. A patient-centered, evidence-based approach is used. The library of pre-existing cases currently focuses on pain management and addiction.

Building the cases: Faculty or simulation staff create cases by filling in a form that visually resembles the simulated EHR used in the interactive case scenarios. They may start from scratch or modify template cases. Students can also create cases for a unique learning experience.


 


FUNDING

Phase I

Project Title:
iPad EMR Pain Management Simulator: Tablet-based skills development

Institutes
National Institutes of Health
National Institute for Advancing Translational Sciences

Grant Number
#1R44TR000576-01A1

Phase II

Project Title:
iPad EMR Pain Management Simulator: Tablet-based skills development

Institutes
National Institutes of Health
National Institute for Advancing Translational Sciences

Grant Number
#4R44TR000576-02

Phase II

Project Title:
iPad EMR Pain Management Simulator: Tablet-based skills development

Institutes
National Institutes of Health
National Institute for Advancing Translational Sciences

Grant Number
#5R44TR000576-03