Designed to complement and enhance the fifth year acutely ill patient programme, this resource provides students with an immersive learning experience that aims to help them develop an understanding of how to approach various acute clinical presentations. The format urges the user to make choices in order to progress through a given scenario, prompting them to respond to the information presented to them and decide on the best method of treatment for a particular patient’s condition.
This resource strives to engage and develop fundamental understanding of human anatomy. The multimodal approach to the series integrates operative technique video, radiological imaging and 3D animation to offer the viewer an insight into the clinical application of their learning.
A visual overview is presented of core patient examinations undertaken in authentic clinical environments. With precise demonstrations of correct examination technique, the series details significant aspects of the distinctive systems within the body.
Clinical skills procedures are clearly described in this series of 35 videos that are designed to enhance understanding of performing a range of technical processes in a clinical environment. Each video is accompanied by multiple choice tests to consolidate knowledge.
OpSight provides a detailed visual insight of common surgical skills and procedures, and is designed to help students gain a better understanding before and after attending theatre sessions. Videos, supporting notes and multiple choice questions allow students to consolidate the knowledge they gain from their surgical exposure.
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The teaching session was well organised with theoretical lectures in the beginning, and a practical session at the end. It helped reinforce our learning and prepare us for situations like these in the future as a doctor. The debrief at the end was great and helped us to understand what we were doing in the midst of a mildly chaotic setting and also criticise ourselves on how we could have done better.
Sophie, RGUC Medical Student