Use of a Remote Standardized Patient to Teach Clinical Skills to Undergraduate Medical Students
Medical students are able to practice and learn interviewing skills using a remote standardized patient interviews conducted via Internet based chat. Our assessment has focused on ability to screen for alcohol or other substance use/misuse/abuse as part of a NIAAA funded project to develop online educational materials for students.
Reference: Metcalf M, Tanner T, Wilhelm S, Buchanan A. Use of a Remote Standardized Patient to Teach Clinical Skills to Undergraduate Medical Students. Poster at 2009 AMIA Spring Congress: People & Populations: Translation to Transformation. May 27, 2009. Orlando, FL.
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