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Thursday, 27th July 2017

General Medicine and Interactive Patients

The list below contains useful links to websites containing various information on general medicine. Also in this section are links to virtual patients which may be useful for both you and your students.

Link Web SP

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Computer based patient case simulation systems (CB-CSS) have during the recent years been developed to allow students to "meet" more and better cases than are available in most university clinics. However, three major problems exist with most CB-CSS today: They are expensive to develop, trained programmers are needed and teachers/clinicians cannot develop and adjust cases to fit their own needs.

To visit this webpage, click this link:    Web SP
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Link DXR Clinician


We are pleased to announce the latest version of our flagship DxR Clinician patient simulation software! DxR Clinician now brings the functionality of our popular PBL product to your web browser. Now students and instructors can access use the valuable tool from almost any computer with a connection to the internet!

To visit this webpage, click this link:    DXR Clinician
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Link GP Notebook

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GPnotebook is an online encyclopaedia of medicine that provides a trusted immediate reference resource for clinicians in the UK and internationally. Updated continually, our database consists of over 26,000 pages of information. Fast and reliable, many doctors use GPnotebook during the consultation.

To visit this webpage, click this link:    GP Notebook
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Link Emergancy Medicine


Acute Medicine Simulation Software

This simulation software enables you to manage simulated patients whose condition deteriorates in real time until you do the right tests and procedures, and then give the correct treatment.

To visit this webpage, click this link:    Emergancy Medicine
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Link Medtropolis


The Medtropolis virtual body.

In 1996, the award-winning MEDtropolis was built and launched on the Net. In the past and still today, this online healthcare guide aims to inform, educate and entertain kids and adults in the areas of healthcare and healthy living.

To visit this webpage, click this link:    Medtropolis
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