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To start from scratch or to repurpose : That is the Question. Andrzej A. Kononowicz , Aleksandra J. Stachoń Monika Guratowska , Paweł Krawczyk. London, ICVP 2010, Wednesday April 28, 2010, 10:00–11:30 Virtual Patients: Repurposing and Collaborative Development .

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to start from scratch or to repurpose that is the question

To start fromscratchor to repurpose: ThatistheQuestion

Andrzej A. Kononowicz, Aleksandra J. Stachoń

Monika Guratowska, Paweł Krawczyk

London, ICVP 2010, WednesdayApril 28, 2010, 10:00–11:30

Virtual Patients: Repurposing and Collaborative Development

jagiellonian university
JagiellonianUniversity
  • Founded in 1364
  • 50 000 students / 2000 medical students
  • Very limited experience in VP construction
  • Joint eViP in 2007
  • 2009 hosted first ICVP conference in Kraków

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uj virtual patient database
UJ virtualpatientdatabase
  • VP system inuse: CASUS® (LMU Munich, Linear „string-of-pearls” data model)
  • Text-intensive (average 25 000 characters), selfstudyscenarios
  • Casesdatabase: 30+ repurposedcases, 30 newcases
  • Topics: InternalMedicine, Cardiology, Neurology, Haematology, Anaesthesiology, Allergology, Gynaecology, Nephrology, Radiology, Obstetrics, Nursing Sciences, Gastroenterology, InfectiousDiseases, Ophthalmology and Oncology

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survey
Survey
  • Goal: Surveyintoopinions on repurposingamong personel involvedintoeViPat UJ
  • Inclusioncriteria: workingatleast on two VP cases (creatingfromscratch/repurposing)
  • Sample (22):
    • Translators (3)
    • Subjectmatterexperts (15)
    • Learning technologists (2)
    • Technicaldevelopers (2)
  • Questionitems: 28 (19 Likert, 5 MCQ, 4 free-text)
  • Time:October 2009 – January 2010

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survey results 1 4
Surveyresults 1/4

Preferredcontent of VP database

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survey results 2 4
Surveyresults 2/4

Opinions on which VP elements can be transferred between different countries

(ordered by the average score)

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survey results 3 4
Surveyresults 3/4

Repurposingvsnew VP authoring

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survey results 4 4
Surveyresults 4/4

Free-textcomments

  • Attitude towards repurposing depends strongly on the particular case
  • Difficulty with finding cases in the pool of VPs that meet the expectations of teachers and fitting them into an existing medical curriculum with defined learning objectives
    • Problems with access to source/raw multimedia material for repurposing

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summary
Summary
  • Repurposingisvery interesting at the beginning to learn the possibilities of a new tool
  • Limitations of repurposing
    • Someauthor prefers to implement their own educational ideas
    • Strong dependencies on national guidelines
    • Difficulties in transferring multimedia between different cultures
  • Development of an evaluation tool that could assess the repurposing potential of a case

ICVP 2010