This material gives a broad overview of various organ systems of human body and then goes on to describe autopsy findings in various clinical scenario. Viewer will have to choose the correct answer from a series of questions. It provides pathology diagnosis practice using images and quizzes with feedback for answers.
Type of Material:
The type of material includes animations, case studies and an assessment tool.
This material can be used in class, as homework, and as a supplement to a lecture.
The user needs to to have computer connected to the Internet with Flash enabled.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
The major learning goals are:
Discuss the various organ systems in the human body
Predict the cause of death using virtual case scenarios
Target Student Population:
The target population includes pre-medicine and medical students, physician assistant students, nursing, and other allied health students.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
The prerequisite knowledge includes a basic knowledge of human anatomy, physiology and histology.
This material makes the case report route to deliver the concept of autopsy.
Introduction of the concept is adequate
Can be used as evaluation tool
The screen colors are easy to read
The navigation between cases, history, and index is easy
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
The strengths of the material are:
Concepts have been made fairly simple
Learning concepts of autopy via case study method makes it rather interesting
A glossary would be beneficial addition
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Easy to use
Can be used as self study material
Other Issues and Comments:
Copyright says that it is the property of University of Leicester. No reuse guidelines provided.
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