William Carey University Students in the College of Osteopathic Medicine Simulate Real-Life Patient Examinations
The William Carey Medical Arts Building consists of a clinical skills area/clinic, two simulator rooms, eight clinical exam rooms, a furnished video production/teleconference studio, and student government and faculty offices. Scott Daniel, President of Vision Integration – based out of Daphne, Ala. – provided the Medical Arts Building with the AV equipment to accommodate eight clinical exam rooms and two simulator rooms.
The eight clinical exam rooms are setup to emulate a doctor’s examination room for use as a teaching tool to see students interact with patients. “They do 30-minute sessions twice a week and they wanted to be able to record each session so both students and professors can go back and watch them,” explained Daniels. “Each recorded session can be used for recording and evaluating student improvement, consistency and interaction with patients.”
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