Case Study Resources
Multiple interactive case studies from different institution
are listed to assist healthcare personnel from multiple disciplines
including clinical laboratory, nursing, dental and medical students.
Pain: An Interactive Case Study
Presents clinical cases that are designed to introduce you to the process
of clinical problem solving. These cases are designed to coordinate
with the first year student MCB curriculum, the Creighton University
School of Medicine Case Presentation Modules.
Care Snapshots: An Interative Patient Care Case Study
Designed to be interactive case scenarios for nurses involved in making
informed decisions at the bedside. Each case study will involve the
student in the critical thinking process, from the University of Maryland
School of Nursing.
Case Studies: Robbins Pathologic Basis of Disease
Provides a list, by system, of interactive case studies geared toward
the medical student. The
purpose of these case studies is to highlight mechanisms and manifestations
of common and important human diseases.
Interactive Patient at Marshall University School of Medicine
Provides a teaching tool for physicians, residents and medical students
offers a case with a chief complaint to the user who then has to interact
with the patient requesting additional history, performing a physical
exam, and reviewing laboratory data and x-rays.
Contains medical case presentations and teaching files from various
resources. They are intended to be used by health care professionals.
Rounds - University of Colorado
Contains a compilation of interactive medical cases submitted by physicians
from around the world.
Contains a collection of links to case studies, tutorials from multiple
facilities, medical and nursing.
- Virtual Hospital
- University of Iowa
Presents information for healthcare providers by specialty, common problem,
department and organ system.
Includes a glossary of relavant terms and extensive images. Topics include:
gingivitis, flap surgery, and periodontitis. From Malmö University,
A Computer Aided Course of Instruction
Produced by nurses at the University of Maryland at Baltimore School
of Nursing, this interactive instruction includes course objectives,
three case studies, a glossary, and a bibliography.
Last Reviewed 04/30/01