The Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II has been designed to support institutions to improve their educational equipment and tools in simulation. It is known that $81.9 billion will be allocated across the states, covering district schools, colleges and universities.
COVID-19 has changed the way institutions provide healthcare education. Educators and Students were deeply impacted by the suspension of clinical placements and distance learning.
Are you looking for alternative solutions in 2021?
Discover Body Interact – Virtual Patients
Accelerate your students’ critical thinking, clinical reasoning and decision-making skills.
Webinar March 18th | 1pm EST
The opportunity to learn from Body Interact – Virtual Patients brings the benefit of practicing the theory anytime and anywhere.
Future, or current healthcare professionals can experience the same complexity of real-life scenarios and emotions in a safe environment, where they can make mistakes and, more importantly, learn with them.
According to the Body Interact Impact Study concluded in September 2020 with 617 students and 22 tutors, across 4 continents, 8 countries and 11 schools (7 Medicine and 5 Nursing curriculums)…
Were highly satisfied about using Body Interact as a new teaching tool
Highlighted that Body Interact reinforces the learning process in class context
Believe that Body Interact optimizes the discussion of clinical cases
Indicated that the simulator provided clinical experience through simulation