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St George’s, University of London has developed a number of educational apps and mobile resources for medical students and professionals of the medical sector.
The SGUL Mobile Help app provides step-by-step instructions on how to use several key technologies used to support teaching and learning, including Myprogress, the app and web version. The Myprogress application is used for recording the completion of workplace-based assessments (WPBA) electronically. Other technologies supported include Canvas, Panopto and Mentimeter. The app also provides a useful list of links to healthcare education-related apps, and a guide on note-taking during lectures, using a tablet device.
MedEdCases is a public St George’s mobile application accessible for the iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad and Android devices, now available to download on the App Store and Google Play. The application is based on the virtual patient (VP) concept, and allows users to easily search, download, and play the VP medical cases at their leisure.
MedEdEthics is a public St George’s mobile application, based on the virtual patient (VP) concept. It is a collection of medical ethical and legal scenarios aimed to provoke thinking around ethico-legal decision-making that imitates the real clinical setting.
Aimed at: providing additional learning experience for students pursuing medical ethics and law in their undergraduate/postgraduate curriculum.
The Genetics Counselling App is a visual, interactive and educational tool for genetic counsellors/practitioners, geneticists, related healthcare professionals, and GCSE to postgraduate students.
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