enables doctors to obtain practical knowledge in a training area of your choice within a short period of time, which you would otherwise take years to obtain. Cases are constructed in a way that puts the user in the position of a responsible doctor. They have the space to ask the patient questions, and to carry out physical and instrumental investigations. When they have obtained the patient’s medical history and completed the diagnosis, they can provide the diagnosis, and receive extensive feedback on their conduct. Training is carried out using almost realistic learning scenarios:


To ask patients the correct questions with regards to principal symptoms, which limit diagnostic solution space, and contribute to using instrumental diagnostics to save resources and patients.


Factors such as expertise, costs and time of diagnosis are taken into consideration in order to get the correct diagnosis, with the correct clinical investigations, and targeted use of diagnosis to narrow solution space even further.


To choose the appropriate treatment and apply it correctly; from choosing the right treatment plan to choosing medication, doses of said medication, and length of use.


Advising the patient appropriately with regards to diagnosis and treatment chosen, as well as managing their health. guarantees a sustainable transfer of knowledge; training the user to make the right decisions in a wide variety of clinical contexts, and to make use of their practical knowledge. The didactic construction of the simulated patients makes it possible to pick up on the critical decision-making points in the cases. This method calls for practical treatment – with as light a theory burden as possible.