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Re: virtual patients / audiology training tools
Dear Marina, dear Christoph,
just recently I have tried out a "virtual patient" programm, which I
really liked. It has got everything, which makes students problems when
learning audiometry. Well done in many different levels and nicely made
(with shouting or sleeping patients ;-) ). But I don't know if it is or
will be available in English - just ask the distributors:
There, go to "Kontakt", where you can fill out the contact form.
I send a copy of this email to the inventor, who will probably contact you.
On Wed, 20 Apr 2005 20:17:32 +0100, Marina Rose <rosemm@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
we are investigating into buying a simulated audiometer ("virtual
patient") for our BSc in Audiology students, and i'd be grateful if you
could share your experiences with current models and / or recommend one.
We are in particular concerned to find a model which can be programmed
to train different masking procedures, and which (ideally) is
user-friendly and flexible.
any other hints & tips for good teaching tools (webpages / demos /
textbooks / hardware / software) for audiology students are very
with best regards, and many thanks,
Marina Rose, PhD
Lecturer in Audiology
School of Life and Health Sciences
Birmingham B4 7ET, U.K.
tel. ++44 121 204 4136
Sektion Medizinische Physik