Published on in Vol 16, No 1 (2014): January

Virtual Patients in Primary Care: Developing a Reusable Model That Fosters Reflective Practice and Clinical Reasoning

Virtual Patients in Primary Care: Developing a Reusable Model That Fosters Reflective Practice and Clinical Reasoning

Virtual Patients in Primary Care: Developing a Reusable Model That Fosters Reflective Practice and Clinical Reasoning

Journals

  1. Klincova M, Harazim H, Schwarz D, Kosinova M, Smekalova O, Stourac P. What Can Be Achieved With Motivation-Based Teaching of Medical Students? A Monocentric Retrospective Audit of Retention Among Highly Motivated Graduates Who Underwent the Learning-by-Doing Concept in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine. JMIR Serious Games 2019;7(2):e10155 View
  2. Poulton T, Ellaway R, Round J, Jivram T, Kavia S, Hilton S. Exploring the Efficacy of Replacing Linear Paper-Based Patient Cases in Problem-Based Learning With Dynamic Web-Based Virtual Patients: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(11):e240 View
  3. Antoniou P, Athanasopoulou C, Dafli E, Bamidis P. Exploring Design Requirements for Repurposing Dental Virtual Patients From the Web to Second Life: A Focus Group Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(6):e151 View
  4. Bloice M, Simonic K, Holzinger A. Casebook: a virtual patient iPad application for teaching decision-making through the use of electronic health records. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2014;14(1) View
  5. O'Reilly S, Milner J. Impact of Technology-based Reflective Practice Tools on Student Skill Development. International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction 2020;16(1):77 View
  6. Nicolaidou I, Antoniades A, Constantinou R, Marangos C, Kyriacou E, Bamidis P, Dafli E, Pattichis C. A Virtual Emergency Telemedicine Serious Game in Medical Training: A Quantitative, Professional Feedback-Informed Evaluation Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(6):e150 View
  7. Dahri K, MacNeil K, Chan F, Lamoureux E, Bakker M, Seto K, Yeung J. Curriculum integration of virtual patients. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2019;11(12):1309 View
  8. Gupta A, Singh S, Khaliq F, Dhaliwal U, Madhu S. Development and validation of simulated virtual patients to impart early clinical exposure in endocrine physiology. Advances in Physiology Education 2018;42(1):15 View
  9. Dafli E, Fountoukidis I, Hatzisevastou-Loukidou C, D Bamidis P. Curricular integration of virtual patients: a unifying perspective of medical teachers and students. BMC Medical Education 2019;19(1) View
  10. Jacek D, Płonka S, Roterman-Konieczna I. Involvement of medical experts in legal proceedings: an e-learning approach. Bio-Algorithms and Med-Systems 2014;10(3):159 View
  11. AuYong H, Yeoh G, Mohamad B, Abu Bakar H. The Emerging Web 2.0 Social Media as a Tool to Develop Engaged Audiences for Behaviour Change in Health Promotion: An Overview. SHS Web of Conferences 2017;33:00074 View
  12. Hofer P, Waadt M, Aschwanden R, Milidou M, Acker J, Meyer A, Lieb R, Gloster A. Self-help for stress and burnout without therapist contact: An online randomised controlled trial. Work & Stress 2018;32(2):189 View
  13. Wright L, Zounlome N, Whiston S. The Effectiveness of Male-Targeted Sexual Assault Prevention Programs: A Meta-Analysis. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 2020;21(5):859 View
  14. Haga S, Mills R, Aucoin J, Taekman J. Interprofessional Education for Personalized Medicine Through Technology-Based Learning. Personalized Medicine 2015;12(3):237 View
  15. Walldorf J, Jähnert T, Berman N, Fischer M. Using Foreign Virtual Patients With Medical Students in Germany: Are Cultural Differences Evident and Do They Impede Learning?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(9):e260 View
  16. Björklund K, Silén C. Occupational therapy and physiotherapy students’ communicative and collaborative learning in an interprofessional virtual setting. Scandinavian Journal of Occupational Therapy 2021;28(4):264 View
  17. Georg C, Zary N. Web-Based Virtual Patients in Nursing Education: Development and Validation of Theory-Anchored Design and Activity Models. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(4):e105 View
  18. Urresti-Gundlach M, Tolks D, Kiessling C, Wagner-Menghin M, Härtl A, Hege I. Do virtual patients prepare medical students for the real world? Development and application of a framework to compare a virtual patient collection with population data. BMC Medical Education 2017;17(1) View
  19. Uygur J, Stuart E, De Paor M, Wallace E, Duffy S, O’Shea M, Smith S, Pawlikowska T. A Best Evidence in Medical Education systematic review to determine the most effective teaching methods that develop reflection in medical students: BEME Guide No. 51. Medical Teacher 2019;41(1):3 View
  20. Lee J, Kim H, Kim K, Jung D, Jowsey T, Webster C. Effective virtual patient simulators for medical communication training: A systematic review. Medical Education 2020;54(9):786 View
  21. Dafli E, Antoniou P, Ioannidis L, Dombros N, Topps D, Bamidis P. Virtual Patients on the Semantic Web: A Proof-of-Application Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(1):e16 View
  22. Klemenc-Ketis Z, Cagran B, Dinevski D. Evaluating the Difference between Virtual and Paper-Based Clinical Cases in Family Medicine Undergraduate Education. Advances in Medicine 2018;2018:1 View
  23. Ng S, Kinsella E, Friesen F, Hodges B. Reclaiming a theoretical orientation to reflection in medical education research: a critical narrative review. Medical Education 2015;49(5):461 View
  24. Moura J, Moura E, Faria A, Soares T, Faria R. Impacto do Treinamento de Habilidades de Comunicação e do Registro Médico na Prática do Método Clínico de Atendimento Integral à Pessoa. Revista Brasileira de Educação Médica 2019;43(1):47 View
  25. Lee Y, Ryu Y, Yoon D, Kim C, Hong G, Hwang Y, Chae Y. Commonality and Specificity of Acupuncture Point Selections. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2020;2020:1 View
  26. Liaw S, Wong L, Chan S, Ho J, Mordiffi S, Ang S, Goh P, Ang E. Designing and Evaluating an Interactive Multimedia Web-Based Simulation for Developing Nurses’ Competencies in Acute Nursing Care: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(1):e5 View
  27. Woodham L, Ellaway R, Round J, Vaughan S, Poulton T, Zary N. Medical Student and Tutor Perceptions of Video Versus Text in an Interactive Online Virtual Patient for Problem-Based Learning: A Pilot Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2015;17(6):e151 View
  28. Husebø S, Silvennoinen M, Rosqvist E, Masiello I. Status of Nordic research on simulation-based learning in healthcare: an integrative review. Advances in Simulation 2018;3(1) View
  29. Tran C, Toth-Pal E, Ekblad S, Fors U, Salminen H, Houwink E. A virtual patient model for students’ interprofessional learning in primary healthcare. PLOS ONE 2020;15(9):e0238797 View
  30. Rothlind E, Fors U, Salminen H, Wändell P, Ekblad S. Virtual patients reflecting the clinical reality of primary care – a useful tool to improve cultural competence. BMC Medical Education 2021;21(1) View
  31. Govindarajan R, Vu A, Salas R, Miller A, Sandness D, Said R, Southerland A, Fernandez A, Romano S, Sennott B, Patino-Murillas J, Soni M. Accelerated Implementation of a Virtual Neurology Clerkship Amid a Global Crisis. Neurology 2022;98(7):279 View
  32. VICTORIA V, ELICIA S, DIANNE E, REBECCA M, COMFORT N, SUE G, JENNIE B, SHEREDA T, ANGELA H, MARTRICIA T, SAMINA D, ANNETTE C, CRYSTAL M. EXAMINING PERCEPTIONS OF CLINICAL COMPETENCE OF UNDERGRADUATE NURSING STUDENTS DURING THE ERA OF SOCIAL DISTANCING. i-manager’s Journal on Nursing 2021;11(3):32 View
  33. Yaylaci S, Ulman Y, Vatansever K, Senyurek G, Turkmen S, Aldinc H, Gun C. Integrating patient management, reflective practice, and ethical decision-making in an emergency medicine intern boot camp. BMC Medical Education 2021;21(1) View
  34. Li C, Borycki E, Kushniruk A. Connecting the World of Healthcare Virtually: A Scoping Review on Virtual Care Delivery. Healthcare 2021;9(10):1325 View
  35. Qaisar R, Bouzoubaa H, Lajane H, Lamiri A, Benchadlia F, Abidi O, Khyati A. Comparison of Learning Facilitated by Traditional and Virtual Case Studies for Teaching the Nursing Approach to Care. The Open Nursing Journal 2023;17(1) View
  36. Nyiringango G, Fors U, Forsberg E, Tumusiime D. Enhancing clinical reasoning for management of non-communicable diseases: virtual patient cases as a learning strategy for nurses in primary healthcare centers: a pre-post study design. BMC Medical Education 2024;24(1) View
  37. Nyiringango G, Fors U, Tumusiime D, Forsberg E. Acceptance of virtual patients as a continuous professional development approach among practicing nurses in primary health care settings in a low-income country: a quasi-experimental posttest setup design. BMC Nursing 2024;23(1) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Hirumi A, Lok B, Johnson T, Johnsen K, Rivera-Gutierrez D, Reyes R, Atkinson T, Stapleton C, Cendán J. Learning, Design, and Technology. View
  2. Hirumi A, Lok B, Johnson T, Johnsen K, Rivera-Gutierrez D, Reyes R, Atkinson T, Stapleton C, Cendán J. Learning, Design, and Technology. View
  3. Hirumi A, Lok B, Johnson T, Johnsen K, Rivera-Gutierrez D, Reyes R, Atkinson T, Stapleton C, Cendán J. Learning, Design, and Technology. View