CLIPP Pediatric Course
This resources is a compilation of 32 virtual patient cases. It is the right amount of material and the right level for third year medical students. They are interactive and include self-evaluations. It would be of even more value if there were cases that were specific to under-resourced countries.
Computer-assisted Learning in Pediatrics Program (CLIPP) is a pediatric course with a compilation of 32 virtual patient cases. The case studies guide the student from the patient meeting, differentials, and then diagnosis. The case studies are supplemented by great explanations.
One needs to register on the website in order to gain access to the material; registration is limited to a few universities. Each case study includes self-assessment material. Students are also offered additional resources to assist them in their diagnostic process.
FACULTY TIME REQUIREMENTS
This could significantly replace case based discussions in a traditional pediatric clerkship. As a result this could save significant faculty time but even if these are taught by faculty, they still are good comprehensive cases at the appropriate level.
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