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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: COMPUTERS/ INTERNET IN MEDICAL EDUCATION Dr.P.SRINIVASULU REDDY MD., NTTC Professor in Microbiology NARAYANA MEDICAL COLLEGE Slide 2: Prime responsibility of Medical Education. To produce Ethically Behaviorally Practically competent DOCTOR Slide 3: Where to use computers? Slide 4: Are the undergraduates are confident about usage of telemedicine? Slide 5: Role of computers in medical education (Computer Assisted Learning) Provides facts and information. Teach strategies for applying knowledge appropriately in medical situations. Encourage the development of life long skills. Slide 6: Game plan Why computer assisted learning (CAL) ? What are the technologies available?. Is CAL useful? How to select an application?. Take home message. Slide 7: Why CAL? Basic curriculum Premedical requirements. Medical school - Basic sciences Physiology Pathophysiology. - Clinical Residency CME Slide 8: Why CAL? Teaching strategies Lecture Interactive. - Class room Socratic (By asking questions than telling) Problem Based Learning. Bed side. See one, do one, teach one. Explicit teaching. (Clearly explained teaching) ( Slide 9: Why CAL? Weekness of traditional approach Rapidity in knowledge growth. Reliance on memorization rather than problem solving methods. Reliance on traditional lecture method. - Passive recipients without Active role. Lecture: Transfer of notes from the teacher to the student without passing through the minds of either!!!. Slide 10: Why CAL? Computer can augment, enhance or replace traditional teaching methods . Rapid access to information. Any time, any place. Data Images 3D environments. Slide 11: Why CAL? Advantages Interactive learning. - Active vs. Passive solving. Immediate student specific feedback. Tailored instructions. - Focus on areas of weakness. – Request help in interpretation. Slide 12: Objective testing - Permits standardized testing - Self evaluation. Fun!!! Slide 13: Why CAL? Experimentation Safe exploration in a well done scenario. - You can do things with simulated patients- you can’t do with real ones . Slide 14: Why CAL? Case variety. The ability to experience disease scenarios one other wise wouldn’t see. - Simple: Diabetes - Complex: Multiple disease, Multiple medication. Slide 15: Why CAL? Problem – solving competency Book smart vs real-world. Memorization vs thinking. Testing. Right answer vs cost – effectiveness vs safest vs. quickest. Slide 16: Technology to improve efficiency Web-based courses & Materials. IT – based administrative system. Classroom vs. Technology. Slide 17: Technology to improve effectiveness. Simulation. - Ability to show processes in real time. - Safe environment. - Standards to determine fitness for practice. - Improvement in team work. - Exposure to rare events. (University of Illinois , University of Wisconsin) Slide 18: Types of simulations 1. Low-Tech simulators. Simple models. 2. Screen-based computer simulators. 3. Complex task simulators High fidelity (touch, sound, visual etc) Computer simulation(Bronchoscopy). 4. Realistic patient simulation. Full mannequin with complex physiology. - Emergency, - ICU team training. Slide 19: Technology that expand capabilities and reach. Central multi-institutional repositories of teaching materials. Virtual groups and meetings. Open course ware. Hand-held devices. Objective real time data mining. (Process of transformation of data into information. Used in case of marketing, surveillance, fraud detection) Slide 20: How to select an application Graphics and Video. Storage of images, video etc. General appearance of patient. Skin lesions. X-rays. Sounds (Cardiac, Breath sounds) Conference: Confusion of one man multiplied by the members present. Slide 21: U can become an Engineer of U study in Engineering college. Can U become a president if……U study in the Presidency college ???? U can find key in keyboard but…..can U find mother in mother board.????? Slide 22: Take home message Technology itself does not make bad teaching better – possibly less painful. Technology needs to be paired with other methods – drives by objectives, outcomes and appropriate instructional design. Medical education needs the tools, health professionals, public and the students for better output efficiency. Slide 23: Future Forces for change. Integration of CAL into curriculum. Access to LAN. Overcome the impediment barriers. - Institutional jealousy - copy right. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.