JMIR - Journal of Medical Internet Research
Learning with virtual patients (VPs) is considered useful in medical education for fostering clinical reasoning. As the authoring of VPs is highly demanding, an international exchange of cases might be desirable. However, cultural differences in foreign VPs might hamper learning success.
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Walldorf, Jens; Jähnert, Tina; Berman, Norman B.; and Fischer, Martin R., "Using Foreign Virtual Patients With Medical Students in Germany: Are Cultural Differences Evident and Do They Impede Learning?" (2016). Dartmouth Scholarship. 2425.