Virtual Patients bring together fragmented e-learning tools

Dr Bas de Leng from Maastricht University describes the advantages of virtual patients, including their ability to bring together and present various e-learning tools in a unitary programme.

And in order to create effective VP, multidisciplinary teams are crucial, as are standards. “It is important to have a uniform language in order to collaborate in a meaningful way,” he says.

Finally, Bas describes how VPs provide users with access to diversity, providing the practitioner with a range of perspectives and experiences.

Read the full 2nd International Conference on Virtual Patients and MedBiquitous Annual Meeting report here.

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