The resource is not interactive and content is limited to text and pictures. There are no lectures or any testing material. Additionally, the quality and depth of information may not be appropriate for medical student level.
The case studies guide the users through the diagnosis in the form of Q&A. There is no opportunity for the user to guess the answers as they immediately follow the question. The cases are complicated and not what a student would typically encounter in medical school. There are no lectures videos or testing material on the website.
Not all the sessions listed are available and content is limited to malaria. A lot of the information/detail covered in the lectures might be out of scope for a medical student. There are no videos, testing material or case studies on the website.
This is a simple PDF document which outlines the objectives of an Infectious Diseases Clerkship. Mainly helpful for faculty members trying ot set up a course, not as much value for students studying infectious diseases
This resource includes 19 different case studies on Tuberculosis as well as archived training materials. Overall cases may be too detailed for early clinical medical students, but may be useful for senior students or postgraduates.
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