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METI HPS (robotic patient) session with Dr Dauzvardis

METI (robotic patient) in Grey's anatomy

 

What is Electronic Medicine?

That branch of Medicine which deals with the use of computers and information technology in the learning and practice of medicine?

Why electronic Medicine?
Because the world is going that direction

Because it is cheaper on the long run, just as in Electronic Banking, for the developing world.

It is divided into two broad categories

  • Electronic learning

  • Electronic Practice

Compare with Electronic Banking

  • ·         Obtain money anywhere in the world

  • ·         Do banking transactions anywhere in the world

  • ·         Use mobile phones, internet etc for banking

                    

 


Mexican robot for electronic medicine: The first robot to be used for learning clinical skills

 

eMedicine

  • ·         Access to case notes anywhere in the world

  • ·         Access to consultant’s diagnosis and treatment anywhere in the world

  • ·         Case notes – known as eMR (electronic medical records) in digital format

  • ·         Emedicine gadgets such as electronic labor monitoring, eEEG, eECG, eETG, etc

  • ·         eDiagnostic programmes -free and available

  •           Telemedicine

eTreatment

  • ePrescription

  • eSurgery- e.g.  Da Vinci  robotics (telesurgery), keyhole surgery

  • eHealth testing

·         eLearning

  • ·         Robotics versus virtual learning

o   For medical students (use of laptops, mobile phones)

o   For continuing education doctors

o   For practitioners

The principle on which Electronic Medicine in this website is based is called integrated procedural electronic medicine (IPEM) see Medical Teacher 31 (6) 562, 2009..
Presentation on this website is equally
stylish.

Proceed to Computer game page

Discussion on Electronic Medicine

This Electronic Medicine school (only one of its kind) teaches Medicine, using virtual patients and procedures, as a single
whole with integration of all its component subjects by multiple links and emphasis on electronic media learning for procedures.
It has over 50,000 entries which maximize acquisition of medical skills using virtual environment rather than rote. Practically all
medical skills and laboratories are here with multimedia to explain very difficult theoretical concepts. It uses
JAVA MACHINE
with multimedia facilities and hypertext files for learning. Are you preparing for professional or repeat examinations or a
doctor/student who wants to learn/refresh clinical or other practical skills? This is for you! While you can copy most texts,
the multimedia facilities are not printable or copiable except by freehand, but there are free downloads and buywares.

The entire website based on  IPEM is FREE for learning
. It was first demonstrated at Imperial College, St Mary's Hospital, London,
May 2008, at Oxford World Forum August 2008 and published in Medical Teacher 31 (6) 562, 2009.

 

Electronic School of Medicine
http://www.oluwoleogunranti.com

Anatomy and Clinical Skills Centre at the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/about/facilities/list/anatomy+and+clinical+skills+centre

Clinical skills centre, Dundee University
http://www.dundee.ac.uk/clinskills/index.php
Clinical Skill Education Centre, Queens University Belfast
http://www.qub.ac.uk/cskills/index.htm
'The visible human project'
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/research/visible/visible_human.html
Grays anatomy online
http://www.bartleby.com/107/
Medical mnemonics
http://www.medicalmnemonics.com/
Radiology image database
http://www.xray2000.co.uk/ibase5/index.htm
Online Physical Exam videos
http://medinfo.ufl.edu/other/opeta/index.html
Heart & breath sounds
http://www.med.ucla.edu/wilkes/inex.htm
Yale University Electronic Dissector http://info.med.yale.edu/surgery/anatomy/electronic_dissector.php
eMedicine
http://www.emedicine.com

University of California

University of California, Irvine.
   

 

Categories of eMedicine

Three dimensional Learning:

The concept of three dimensional learning goes as follows

 

1.       First dimension; Oral tradition for learning. This is still very much favored in most parts of Africa where
writing is deficient 2.
       Second dimension: Writing tradition: Learning from books and literary
sources. These came from mostly Europe and other traditions most especially from religious
sources such as Islamic scholars and early Christian scholars also.

3.       Third dimension was designed in 2001 as an electronic means of learning which allows both depth
and height in addition to the well known oral and written traditions of learning. Thus the learning
uses learning channels such as visual, auditory and kinesthetic methods of learning to achieve
superior forms of learning other than the lower dimensions.

 

 

 

 

 


History taking  
Learn clinical examination  
Long cases  
Short cases   
Clinicopathological cases  
Female examination 
Electronic clinical demonstrations  
Electronic clinical conferences  
Electronic clinicopathological conferences  
Integrated Organ examination 
Heart sounds  
Lung sounds

 


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