Here we provide links to websites relevant to the development and use of virual patients. Please note that eViP are not responsible for the content of any third party websites.
Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE)
AMEE is an international organisation comprising medical educators, curriculum developers, researchers, learning technologists and medical/healthcare students. AMEE aims to help interested parites keep up to date with developments in medical and healthcare professions education.
The European Commission and European Union
The websites provides information about European Policies, EU-funded projects and other European legislative issues.
International Conference for Virtual Patients (ICVP)
The International Conference for Virtual Patients promotes the use of virtual patients in medical curricula. This conference offers the opportunity to discuss a wide range of topics related to creation and application of virtual patients.
Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC)
The Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC) supports education and research by promoting innovation in new technologies and by the central support of ICT services.
MedBiquitous Virtual Patient Working Group
The MedBiquitous Virtual Patient Working Group is developing XML standards and web service requirements to enable interoperability, accessibility and reusability of web-based virtual patient learning content.
MedEdPortal is an invaluable resource for medical and healthcare educators, providing learning materians, assessment tools and faculty development resources. All material is peer-reviewed and free to use. (MedEdPortal is a program of the Association of American Medical Colleges).
Medical Educator UK
The Network Towards Unity for Health
The Network Towards Unity for Health is a global organisation that works closely with the World Health Organiszation. It is committed to improving and maintaining health around the world.
iEthics: Interactive Case Ethics Simulations
eViP Partner sites
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Edinburgh University: Labyrinth at Edinburgh University
Harvard University: Virtual Patients tutorial at Harvard University
Keele University: Pharmacy at Keele University
New York University: Virtual Patients at New York University