Published on in Vol 17, No 2 (2015): February

Training With Virtual Patients in Transcultural Psychiatry: Do the Learners Actually Learn?

Training With Virtual Patients in Transcultural Psychiatry: Do the Learners Actually Learn?

Training With Virtual Patients in Transcultural Psychiatry: Do the Learners Actually Learn?

Authors of this article:

Ioannis Pantziaras1 Author Orcid Image ;   Uno Fors2 Author Orcid Image ;   Solvig Ekblad1 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Washburn M, Parrish D, Bordnick P. Virtual patient simulations for brief assessment of mental health disorders in integrated care settings. Social Work in Mental Health 2020;18(2):121 View
  2. Şahin G, Başak T. The use of virtual patient in teaching clinical practice skills to nursing students. Journal of Human Sciences 2019;16(4):907 View
  3. Baumann-Birkbeck L, Florentina F, Karatas O, Sun J, Tang T, Thaung V, McFarland A, Bernaitis N, Khan S, Grant G, Anoopkumar-Dukie S. Appraising the role of the virtual patient for therapeutics health education. Currents in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning 2017;9(5):934 View
  4. Bobrov A. The outlook for psychiatry in the age of informatization. International Journal of Culture and Mental Health 2018;11(1):17 View
  5. Kobak K, Lipsitz J, Markowitz J, Bleiberg K. Web-Based Therapist Training in Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depression: Pilot Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(7):e257 View
  6. Neale J. What is the evidence for the use of simulation training to teach communication skills in psychiatry?. Evidence Based Mental Health 2019;22(1):23 View
  7. Piot M, Dechartres A, Attoe C, Jollant F, Lemogne C, Layat Burn C, Rethans J, Michelet D, Cross S, Billon G, Guerrier G, Tesniere A, Falissard B. Simulation in psychiatry for medical doctors: A systematic review and meta‐analysis. Medical Education 2020;54(8):696 View
  8. Jacklin S, Maskrey N, Chapman S. Shared Decision-Making With a Virtual Patient in Medical Education: Mixed Methods Evaluation Study. JMIR Medical Education 2021;7(2):e22745 View
  9. 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
  10. Sahin Karaduman G, Basak T. Is Virtual Patient Simulation Superior to Human Patient Simulation. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2023;41(6):467 View
  11. Chaby L, Benamara A, Pino M, Prigent E, Ravenet B, Martin J, Vanderstichel H, Becerril-Ortega R, Rigaud A, Chetouani M. Embodied Virtual Patients as a Simulation-Based Framework for Training Clinician-Patient Communication Skills: An Overview of Their Use in Psychiatric and Geriatric Care. Frontiers in Virtual Reality 2022;3 View
  12. Baashar Y, Alkawsi G, Ahmad W, Alhussian H, Alwadain A, Capretz L, Babiker A, Alghail A. Effectiveness of Using Augmented Reality for Training in the Medical Professions: Meta-analysis. JMIR Serious Games 2022;10(3):e32715 View
  13. Richard O, Jollant F, Billon G, Attoe C, Vodovar D, Piot M. Simulation training in suicide risk assessment and intervention: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Medical Education Online 2023;28(1) View
  14. Chang A, Kazemi E, Esmaeili V, Davies M. The Effectiveness of Virtual Reality Training: A Systematic Review. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management 2023:1 View
  15. Díaz D, Murillo C, Bryant K, Todd A, Uzosike A, Foronda C. The Use of Racial and Ethnic Health care Disparities in Simulation-Based Experiences: A Systematic Review. Clinical Simulation in Nursing 2023;83:101440 View
  16. Steen C, Söderström K, Stensrud B, Nylund I, Siqveland J. The effectiveness of virtual reality training on knowledge, skills and attitudes of health care professionals and students in assessing and treating mental health disorders: a systematic review. BMC Medical Education 2024;24(1) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Kowalski C, Attoe C. Clinical Education for the Health Professions. View
  2. Kowalski C, Attoe C. Clinical Education for the Health Professions. View