|Clinical Skills Initiative eModules and Brief Video Clips|
|The ADMSEP Clinical
Simulation Initiative (CSI) Task Force, Co-chaired by Howard Liu from
the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Marty Klapheke from the
University of Central Florida, is creating high quality interactive web
modules to provide comprehensive coverage of the psychiatric disorders
identified by ADMSEP's 2007 Clinical Learning Objectives Guide for
Psychiatry Education. The group includes University of Nebraska Medical
Center (co-chair Howard Liu), University of Central Florida (co-chair
Marty Klapheke), Georgia Regents University (research chair Adriana
Foster), University of Chicago (Michael Marcangelo has a grant to
provide free filming), University of California Davis (Hendry Ton, Glen
Xiong), Duke University Medical Center (Chelsea Neumann), Medical
University of South Carolina (Jeffrey Cluver), University of Illinois
Chicago (Sucheta Connolly, Darshan Patel), University of Louisville
(Sara Johnson),University of Toronto (Raed Hawa), University of British
Columbia (Ashley Miller).
The CSI Task Force has completed 6 modules, with many more in progress, and an ADMSEP Editorial Board is providing initial peer review for posting on this website and consideration for online publication by MedEdPORTAL. This will provide a free national database for use in Psychiatry curricula nationwide. A secondary objective is to develop relationships with educational partners in AADPRT, AAP, and subspecialty organizations in psychiatry to share expertise and resources.
Brief video clips excerpted from the modules are also now available. These clips can be used in any of a number of ways, e.g. to briefly illustrate clinical material during a lecture, to stimulate small group discussions, learning-on-the-fly teaching rounds, etc. Full module viewing of each entity is encouraged for students, in order to acquire a more comprehensive grasp of the respective topic.
Currently available media are**:
- Foster A. Bipolar Disorder: A Self-Directed Learning Module (FULL). MedEdPORTAL; 2012. (Also available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/9132). Here are some brief clips from the module:
-Klapheke M. Personality Disorders: Self-Learning Module (FULL). MedEdPORTAL; 2012. (Also available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/9175). Here are some brief clips from the module:
-Klapheke M. A Case Study of Dementia: Self-Learning Module (FULL) . MedEdPORTAL; 2012. (Also available from: www.mededportal.org/publication/9174). Here are some brief clips from the module:
-Klapheke M. These video clips are from the CSI module
"Self-Learning Module: Anxiety Disorders" by Martin Klapheke, MD,
University of Central Florida College of Medicine.
Medical educators can use the individual clips as needed
-Hines, Christopher. PTSD: Self-Directed Learning Module (FULL). MedEdPORTAL; 2013. (Also available from: https://www.mededportal.org/publication/9325). Here are some brief clips from the module:
-Liu, Howard. Adolescent Depression Module, 2013
-Ton, Hendry. The Psychiatric Interview, 2013
|**iPad users, please note that these modules use a video type that is not natively supported on your device. So you will need a special app to view these files, e.g. Puffin (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/puffin-web-browser/id406239138?mt=8). You will need the paid version, not the free version|