Projects

This section gives you an detailed overview of some of the projects that the eLearning team is leading. These projects include virtual patient pre-clinical years, virtual patient clinical years, nutrition portal, malnutrition eLearning, psychiatry portal, pathology interactive practicals (PiPs) and MEDUSA. Find out more about the projects including key features, interviews with lead authors and demo versions of the resources.

Virtual patients (VP): pre-clinical 1

Virtual Patients (VPs) are the key to delivering a patient-centred curriculum in the Bachelor of Medicine five-year programme at the University of Southampton.

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Virtual patients (VP): pre-clinical 2

Virtual Patients (VPs) are the key to delivering a patient-centred curriculum in the Bachelor of Medicine five-year programme at the University of Southampton.

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Virtual patients (VP): clinical

Virtual Patients (VPs) are already an integral part of the curriculum in the Faculty of Medicine. Following on from our previous innovative work in this area, find out how we are planning on building on this initial work.

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Psychiatry portal

The Psychiatry Portal is supplementary to traditional clinical attachments and basic science learning. It has been created for undergraduates for learning and revision.

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Diabetes eLearning

The eLearning team has been working alongside academics from Southampton's MSc Diabetes to produce an innovative new elearning resource providing information on insulin to help reduce concerns around its clinical use and promote healthcare professional confidence.

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Malnutrition eLearning Evaluation (MeLE)

Funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) NEEP, the University of Southampton, in collaboration with 3 partner institutions, is conducting an evaluation study of the Malnutrition eLearning course, investigating its efficacy and effectiveness for global capacity building.

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Malnutrition eLearning

This resource provides healthcare professionals with standardised and accessible training on the management of children with severe malnutrition outlined in the WHO's guidelines.

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Nutrition portal

The nutrition eLearning solution is an interactive multimedia eLearning solution that applies an evidence-based approach to nutrition learning.

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Pathology interactive practicals (PiPs)

PiPs are integral to understanding the fundamentals of pathology. Lectures and tutorials build on the knowledge gained by the PiPs. They can be used independently too.

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MEDUSA

MEDUSA is an online staff development portal for our teaching staff. Busy healthcare professionals can now develop and enhance their skills at a time and place convenient to them.

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Public Health eLearning

A lack of understanding of public health (PH) can limit the contribution the workforce can make to population health improvement. This resource provides an interactive tiered learning framework for those involved or interested in practicing PH.

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