by Thomas Berger
With the beginning of the winter term you might be again engaged in education of students and residents. To support your teaching activities eBrain offers broad educative opportunities with e-learning sessions, webinars and virtual case reports. The module „Clinical Assessment“ covers the basic principles of neurological history taking, examination and investigation, including broad introductory lessons, and others directed at common neurological presentations.
See some examples from sessions related to clinical assessments in neurology:
Neurological History: General Approach and Common Pitfalls:
Principles of Neurological Investigation:
Examining Patients in Coma:
The Mental Status Examination in Neurology:
In addition, eBrain has made eBrain Lite available for universities for undergraduate learning. Consisting of 198 interactive, multimedia-rich lessons in 20+modules, ebrain Lite provides a comprehensive undergraduate learning resource, tailored to support the educational requirements of undergraduates in neurology.
eBrain, described as “a revolution in medical education and neurosciences” (Holmes 2012, Dassan 2012), represents – with currently more than 600 e-learning sessions – the largest, most comprehensive web-based training resource in clinical neurosciences, and can support both training and continuous professional development. Thus, this unique e-learning program bears the potential to merge European expertise and teaching competence in an European gold standard for learning and continuous medical education in the clinical neurosciences.
eBrain access is for free for EAN members and partner organisations. Individual passwords can be received via the EAN Head Office firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have password or technical issues please contact email@example.com.