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10Aug2015

Learn how Rosalind Franklin University uses i-Human Patients

“Virtual simulation gives RFUMS students the ability to test a hypothesis without threatening patient safety. Still, these simulations hold students accountable for their decisions, and the software can pinpoint mistakes to provide feedback in meaningful learning. Many graduates of the school’s MD and PA programs have cited their virtual simulation experiences at RFUMS as beneficial
  • 10 Aug, 2015
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08Aug2015

Does a Med School Degree Guarantee Diagnosis Skills?

Dr. Craig Knoche, President and Dr. Judy Kalinyak, Director, Clinical Curriculum Integration explore if having a med school degree guarantees diagnosis skills. “First do no harm,” a phrase found in Epidemics, Book I, of the Hippocratic school, is a core principle in the education of medical students and is the belief of the patients being
  • 8 Aug, 2015
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07Aug2015

How to ace your first patient encounter

Dr. Judy Kalinyak, Director of Clinical Curriculum Integration for i-Human Patients gives insight on how to ace your first patient encounter. As a medical student, you spend four years of college and the first two years of medical school studying non-stop for what feels like thousands of hours, cramming your brain with knowledge. But when
  • 7 Aug, 2015
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