Publications

Here is a selection of publications and presentations about the eViP programme, Virtual Patients and e-learning from eViP Consoritum members.

  • Kononowicz AA, Stachon AJ, Guratowska M, Krawcyk P, To start from scratch or repurpose: That is the question. Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems 2010; 6(11): 57-63.
  • Hege I, Kononowicz AA, Pfähler M, Adler M, Fischer MR. Implementation of the MedBiquitous Standard into the learning system CASUS. Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems 2009; 5(9): 51-5. Abstract link.
  • Kononowicz AA, Stachon AJ, Roterman-Konieczna I. Virtual patient as a tool for problem-based learning in the context of the European Project eViP. e-Mentor 2008; 1(23): 26-30. Abstract link [Abstract in Polish]
  • Huwendiek S, Reichert F, Bosse H, de Leng B, van der Vleuten C, Haag M, et al. Design principles for virtual patients: a focus group study among students. Medical Education 2009; 43(6), 580-588. Abstract link

  • Huwendiek SR, De leng BA, Zary N, Fischer MR, Ruiz JG, Ellaway R. Towards a typology of virtual patients. Medical Teacher 2009; 31(8), 743 – 748. Abstract link

  • Campbell G, Miller A, Balasubramaniam C.  The role of intellectual property in creating, sharing and repurposing virtual patients. Medical Teacher 2009; 31(8), 709-712. Abstract link

  • Jeroen Donkers, Bas de Leng and Arno Muijtjens (2008). Animage: Learner-adaptable Scaffolding in Interactive Images supporting Individual Learning Styles. In: Alfons Maes and Shaaron Ainsworth (eds). Exploiting the Opportunities, Learning with Textual,Graphical and Multimodal Representations. Proceedings of the Bi-annual conference of Earli-SIG2, pp 174-175. Tilburg University, Tilburg, Netherlands. ISBN 978-90-74029-33-9.

  • de Leng BA, van Gent R, Donkers J, Hess F, Heid J, van der Vleuten CPM. Can virtual patients be used to promote reflective practice as part of pediatric trainees’ diagnostic reasoning strategies? In: Research in Medical Education -Chances and Challenges 2009. Heidelberg, 20.-22.05.2009. Düsseldorf: German Medical Science GMS Publishing House; 2009. Doc09rmeF1. DOI: 10.3205/09rme30, URN: urn:nbn:de:0183-09rme304 Abstract link

  • Kononowicz AA, Heid J, Donkers J, Hege I,  Woodham L, Zary N. Development and Validation of Strategies to Test for Interoperability of Virtual Patients. Stud Health Technol Inform 2009; 150: 185-189. Abstract link

  • Zary N, Hege I, Heid J, Woodham L, Donkers J, Kononowicz AA. Enabling Interoperability, Accessibility and Reusability of Virtual Patients across Europe – Design and Implementation. Stud Health Technol Inform 2009; 150: 826-830. Download PDF document.

  • Smothers V, Ellaway R, Balasubramaniam C. eViP: Sharing virtual patients across Europe. AMIA Annu Symp Proc 2008; Nov 6: 1140. Abstract link

  • Fischer MR, Hege I, Hornlein A, Puppe F, Tonshoff B, Huwendiek S. Virtual patients in medical education: a comparison of various strategies for curricular integration. Z Evid Fortbild Qual Gesundhews 2008; 102(10) 648-53. [Article in German] Abstract link

  • Skelin S, Huwendiek S, Nikendei C, Dieter P, Kirschfink M, Bosse HM. The good PBL tutor-to-be: instructional films for tutors. Z Evid Fortbild Qual Gesundhwes 2008; 102(10): 634-40. [Article in German] Abstract link

  • Zary N, Hege I, Heid J, Woodham L, Donkers J, Kononowicz AA. Enabling interoperability and reusability of virtual patients across Europe – design and implementation. Stud Health Technol Inform 2009; 150: 826-30. Abstract link

  • Kononowicz AA, Heid J, Donkers J, Hege I, Woodham L, Zary N. Development and validation of strategies to test for interoperability of virtual patients. Stud Health Technol Inform 2009; 150: 185-9. Abstract link

  • Hege I, Ropp V, Adler M, Radon K, Masch G, Lyon H, Fischer MR. Experiences with different integration strategies of case-based e-learning. Med Teach 2007; 29(8): 791-7. Abstract link

  • Fischer MR, Hege I, Hornlein A, Puppe F, Tonshoff B, Huwendiek S. Virtual patients in medical education: a comparison of various strategies for curricular integration. Z Evid Fortbild Qual Gesundhwes 2008; 102(10): 648-53. Abstract link

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