Department of Medical Informatics, Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Faculty of Medicine, http://www.lf.upjs.sk/uli/

Anatomical dissection - thorax, axilla, respiratory system

Author: Janka Vecanová, Darina Kluchová, Natália Hvizdošová, Andriana Pavliuk- Karachevtseva, Slávka Flešárová, Jaroslav Majerník, Vladimír Medvec, Gabriela Zsigová

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Anatomical dissection of the thorax contains educational video recordings of dissections performed on cadavers in dissection rooms of Department of Anatomy. They are intended for students of medicine in order to acquaint them with anatomical structures of the human body as well as to extend their preparation for practical exercises. Documentation videos are supplemented with descriptions of individual anatomical structures and expert commentary.

This work was supported by the national grant KEGA 017UPJŠ-4/2016 "Visualization of education in human anatomy using video records of dissections and multimedia teaching materials" and VVGS – 2021 -1972 ”Production of english dubbing to educational videos – Dissection of thorax (digitalization of anatomy classes)”.

Biostatistics

Author: Jaroslav Majerník

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This study material is intended to provide a summary of basic statistical measures, methods and tests used to describe and to evaluate various sets of medical data. The theory offered here should help students of General Medicine, who selected an elective course Biostatistics, to learn terms and concepts they will work with during practical lessons. Presentations create only the foundation necessary for understanding the role of statistics in clinical scientific research and recommended resources should be also used to study particular topics in more details.

This work was supported by the national grant KEGA 011UPJŠ-4/2019 "Increasing of competences and critical thinking level in students of medical study programs using simulation tools of Problem-Based Learning and Evidence-Based Medicine".

CLEVER Surgical Semiology Virtual Patients Cases

Author: Jaroslav Majerník, Adrian Ciureanu, Daniel Schwarz

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Virtual scenarios for surgical semiology are developed and improved within projects’ activities of the authors and their primary aim is to foster development of critical thinking in students of medical and healthcare disciplines. Individual patient simulations contribute to the case-based learning approach that is learning style close to the needs of practice. Furthermore, we expect their better preparation for bedside teaching.

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CLEVER Surgery Virtual Patients Cases

Author: Jaroslav Majerník, Adrian Ciureanu, Daniel Schwarz

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Virtual scenarios for surgery are developed and improved within projects’ activities of the authors and their primary aim is to foster development of critical thinking in students of medical and healthcare disciplines. Individual patient simulations contribute to the case-based learning approach that is learning style close to the needs of practice. Furthermore, we expect their better preparation for bedside teaching.

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CLEVER Ophthalmology Virtual Patients Cases

Author: Jaroslav Majerník, Adrian Ciureanu, Daniel Schwarz

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Virtual scenarios for ophthalmology are developed and improved within projects’ activities of the authors and their primary aim is to foster development of critical thinking in students of medical and healthcare disciplines. Individual patient simulations contribute to the case-based learning approach that is learning style close to the needs of practice. Furthermore, we expect their better preparation for bedside teaching.

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CLEVER Neurosurgery Virtual Patients Cases

Author: Jaroslav Majerník, Adrian Ciureanu, Daniel Schwarz

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Virtual scenarios for neurosurgery are developed and improved within projects’ activities of the authors and their primary aim is to foster development of critical thinking in students of medical and healthcare disciplines. Individual patient simulations contribute to the case-based learning approach that is learning style close to the needs of practice. Furthermore, we expect their better preparation for bedside teaching.

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CLEVER Dermatology Virtual Patients Cases

Author: Jaroslav Majerník, Adrian Ciureanu, Daniel Schwarz

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Virtual scenarios for dermatology are developed and improved within projects’ activities of the authors and their primary aim is to foster development of critical thinking in students of medical and healthcare disciplines. Individual patient simulations contribute to the case-based learning approach that is learning style close to the needs of practice. Furthermore, we expect their better preparation for bedside teaching.

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CLEVER Pediatric Virtual Patients Cases

Author: Jaroslav Majerník, Adrian Ciureanu, Daniel Schwarz

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Virtual scenarios for pediatrics are developed and improved within projects’ activities of the authors and their primary aim is to foster development of critical thinking in students of medical and healthcare disciplines. Individual patient simulations contribute to the case-based learning approach that is learning style close to the needs of practice. Furthermore, we expect their better preparation for bedside teaching.

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CLEVER Medical Semiology Virtual Patients Cases

Author: Jaroslav Majerník, Adrian Ciureanu, Daniel Schwarz

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Virtual scenarios for medical semiology are developed and improved within projects’ activities of the authors and their primary aim is to foster development of critical thinking in students of medical and healthcare disciplines. Individual patient simulations contribute to the case-based learning approach that is learning style close to the needs of practice. Furthermore, we expect their better preparation for bedside teaching.

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CLEVER Vascular Surgery Virtual Patients Cases

Author: Jaroslav Majerník, Adrian Ciureanu, Daniel Schwarz

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Virtual scenarios for vascular surgery are developed and improved within projects’ activities of the authors and their primary aim is to foster development of critical thinking in students of medical and healthcare disciplines. Individual patient simulations contribute to the case-based learning approach that is learning style close to the needs of practice. Furthermore, we expect their better preparation for bedside teaching.

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