Mon, 30 November 2015
The University of Manchester is taking a unique approach to prescription training for its medical students, using a bespoke augmented reality app to support the learning process. Lead for prescribing, senior clinical lecturer at Manchester Medical School, and GP, Dr Kurt Wilson - who also sits of the national assessment board for the Prescribing Safety Assessment - and senior innovation developer at Jisc, Matt Ramirez, talk about the solution they’ve developed, and how it’s enhancing learning and teaching.
Direct download: Augmented_reality_enhances_learning_at_Manchester_School_of_Medicine.mp3
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