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- This is a case report series based on real patients, built around a graphic backbone.
- Much of the communication is visual. The graphic forms an image of the teaching points.
- The characters are based on needs and more than one case will unfold with each episode.
- The teaching points are folded into the graphics, the images, references, reports and the quiz.
- The episodes allow you, as the narrative progresses, to reflect , consult the references and if you wish to form a self study project.
- The series is intended to promote reflection and the sharing of ideas in a community linked by the forum. (you need a password for this)
How to use the Symptoms:
- Follow the evolution of the cases (Enjoy Jesse Bochner's great graphics)
- Reflect on the narrative, the differential diagnosis, the tests , and the actions you would take.
- Visit the references and explore the online resources to reflect on and deepen your knowledge.
- Take the quiz (you will need a password for this)
- Reflect on your answers.
- Share your ideas on the forum (don't be a lurker!), stimulate others to reflect, and be stimulated in turn.
- Give us feedback and fill out the evaluation form at least once.
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