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Ivy League Medical Schools Embracing Technology For Teaching

September 5, 2011
by ken

From iMedical APPS

I include this posting for obvious reasons. Imagine if “comprehensive care” for each an every patient in a dental faculty was a function of an APP developed for undergraduate dentistry. An APP that kept the case file in a paperless format, that linked conditions, treatment suggestions anon for the student. The concept of critical thinking an comprehensive reasoning would go off the charts.  The medical schools are doing it, figure the dental schools will get to it in …. (fill in the blank).

Add Yale‘s School of Medicine to the growing list of medical schools that are embracing the iPad as the primary source of medical teaching.

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