Computer applications in clinical training

  • Slosberg R
  • Levitt H
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Computer-based systems for enhancement of clinical training in audiology and speech pathology are described. The method employed places students in the position of having to make the kinds of critical observations and diagnostic judgements that typically occur in a clinical setting. The role of the computer is to simulate diagnostic tests, with or without patient variability, or to control a series of videotapes that depict various aspects of clinical practice. The systems described in this article are intended to augment conventional training procedures and should be used in conjunction with the student's coursework and regular clinical practicums. © 1978.

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  • R M Slosberg

  • H Levitt

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