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Medical Students Open To Learning With Video Games

August 11th, 2010 08:47 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Gwmaw writes “A reported 98 percent of medical students surveyed at the University of Michigan and University of Wisconsin-Madison liked the idea of using technology to enhance their medical education, according to a study published online in BMC Medical Education. For example, a virtual environment could help medical students learn how to interview a patient or run a patient clinic. In the survey, 80 percent of students said computer games can have an educational value.”

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