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The development of a virtual patient e-module for wound management

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The development of a virtual patient e-module for wound management

Stephanie Kean
1 November 2017

Cardiff University Medical School introduced “C21”, a case-based learning curriculum in September 2013. A key aspect to C21 is a spiral curriculum that has case-based learning at its heart. Cardiff University adopted this approach to achieve greater integration of basic and clinical sciences (Cardiff University, 2017). As part of a year-4 student-selected component module at Cardiff University, it was felt that there were aspects of wound healing that could be taught via multimedia to healthcare students of all year groups utilising the case-based learning approach. 

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