ICVP 2009: Terry Poulton talks to eViP about the evolution of Virtual Patients

On the first day of the International Conference for Virtual Patients, Dr Terry Poulton from St George’s University of London talks to eViP about the evolution of Virtual Patients, and how VPs will do for medicine what flight simulators do for aviation.

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What’s your opinion? Are VPs an essential educational tool for medical and healthcare students? Or can you not beat the ‘real thing’?

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