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The Pulmonary Vascular Research Institute (PVRI) is delighted to introduce the Digital clinic platform with their first three patient cases.
The ‘Digital Clinic’ is a patient case-led e-learning course that simulates the decision making process that a clinician undertakes in most health services in the US and Europe. Users follow their patient from the general clinic through to the specialist centre and treatment stages if necessary. Each patient case has been developed from anonymised data, pooled together as an authentic example of what a PH clinician may see in their clinic. The learning aspect of the course features contextualised, peer-reviewed learning material and expert feedback appropriated to different decisions made by users.
If you have an interesting case study of a particular patient, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit a case.
For more information visit the PVRI website