Provides an overview on the use of interactive videodisc systems in medical education. Includes information about videodisc systems (computer, graphic/overlay boards, and videodisc players), as well as videodisc programs developed by universities and colleges, commercial firms, professional association, public organizations, and testing and certification organizations. Videodisc research, surveys, periodicals, conferences, film festivals, and other resources also are listed.Pediatric and neurological conditions are only included where there are dysmorphic features and multiple birth defects. Inherited ... POSSUM also includes a local case file in which a physician can enter and store coded information about his or her own patients. ... A three-year license to use POSSUM costs $3000 and includes access to the software, the syndrome database, videodlsc, and the manual.
|Title||:||Interactive Video Primer: Medical Education|
|Author||:||Scott Alan Stewart|
|Publisher||:||Stewart Publishing, Inc. - 1990-05-01|