Students repurpose eViP virtual patients for their medical curriculum

Medical students at St George’s University of London, UK, have been busy repurposing virtual patients from the eViP repository to use as part of their medical curriculum. This is part of the ongoing G4 project, developed by the e-Learning Unit at SGUL. G4 has seen paper-based virtual patients replaced with more interactive electronic virtual patients in the medical curricula.

In this short video, Emily Conradi from SGUL talks to eViP about G4, and how the students have benefited from this exercise.

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