How can we jumpstart healthcare professionals' readiness?
Global Network Schedule
29 April, 12:00 PM GMT
Setting-up the new clinical learning landscape: a message from Take the Wind
CEO, Pedro Pinto
Using Body Interact Virtual Patient: A new learning paradigm
Paweł Więch, PhD, DSc
How can Body Interact Virtual Patients improve clinical education?
An overall reflection on the data collected
Miguel Padilha, PhD, CRRN, RN
How can Body Interact Virtual Patients enhance Simulation Experiences for Undergraduate Nursing Students?
Lorraine Betts, MN, RN, CHSE
Can Body Interact Virtual Patients be used by different healthcare professions? An example in the Medicine Curriculum
Soledad Armijo, MD, CHSE-A
Covid-19 has changed the way medical education is delivered. How can educators respond to the medical student’s needs?
Paata Tsagareishvili, MD
Relevance of debriefing to foster the development of clinical competency
Hugrun Ösp Egilsdottir, PhD candidate, MSc, RN
Can Virtual Patients accelerate the critical thinking of the next generation of learners?
Ahmed Rhassane El Adib, MD
How is debriefing going to evolve in the virtual environment?
Sandra Goldsworthy, PhD, RN, CNCC(C), CMSN(C) CCSNE
Pre-hospital setting: The role of Virtual Patients at the beginning of the healthcare chain
Kimberly Whitten, MEd, NRP
Body Interact Impact Study in Clinical Education
In 2020, 11 higher education institutions from 8 different countries around the globe, both from nursing and medicine, conducted an international and multicentric study with the aim of understanding the impact of using Virtual Patient Simulators in different aspects of Teaching and Learning.
Ana Sofia Jesus
Escola Superior de Saúde Cruz Vermelha Portuguesa (Portugal)
Kirsten Røland Byermoen
Assistant Professor and PhD Candidate
University of South-Eastern Norway (Norway)
Meet our 2021 speakers
Hugrun Ösp Egilsdottir