Keele Univeristy have developed a new ‘Health Cinema’ for use on its programmes. This is a large screen, visualisation facility located in our 133-seat lecture theatre. The cinema-grade projection system can use both 2D and 3D to display content such as virtual anatomy or molecular visualisation.
They also have VIRTUAL PATIENT WEB-BASED LEARNING
Their Virtual Patient programme allows you to specify an environment, patient and therapeutic area to create a ‘case’ for students or healthcare professionals to hone clinical and communications skills.
Using a standard web-browser from a desktop or laptop computer, smartphone or tablet, each case can record and mark an individuals progress, with the virtual patient giving ‘feedback’ to the user. This form of computer-based assessment can be used to help with training a workforce at pace and scale.
This is only the tip of the iceburg! To see what else they have been working on visit the link below: