Medical training videos

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Why use Medical Training?

Medical training videos are quite an effective resource for hospitals because they can provide patient education in time. In today’s times, when patients can’t access doctors all the time, such videos provide timely help to them about what to do about their condition. These videos are extraordinary when it comes to making patients follow all the post-operative care. They can also assuage the fears of patients who are bothered about medical procedures. Such videos can be uploaded on the hospital’s website or app so that the patients and the public can access them easily.

So, whenever a patient has concerns about the procedure of surgery, he can consult the medical training videos and can get the in-depth information to alleviate his concerns.

The patients can also monitor their conditions so that any enhanced symptoms make them take preventive measures before it’s too late.

Apart from patients, such videos are also quite useful for doctors, who can use them to watch all the latest medical discoveries and inventions. As illnesses are progressing, due to the change in the surrounding environment, the medical fraternity is now making a new foray into the world of human anatomy. The doctor enhances their knowledge, which makes him/her more productive. The videos of the latest surgical procedures ensure that doctors use the most up-to-date techniques on their patients. The need for medical education has also increased over time due to the pandemic in 2020. It all fueled a rise in medical research all over the world. But the need to implement medical knowledge expediently comes at a cost that involves doctors everywhere attending regular classroom sessions. There is a need for quick dispersal of this knowledge, due to which elearning assumes urgent importance because there is no need for the medical workers to gather in classrooms in this training methodology. Elearning has made it possible for such practitioners to align themselves with the latest industry knowledge, making fulfilling their educational goals easy. It’s tough for such professionals to pursue classroom based education because they can’t spare time from their super busy routines involving tending to patients. Elearning can help doctors choose the learning medium, audio or video. Or even webinars by the latest surgeons and doctors.. Apart from the time-saving benefit, elearning is needed in the medical training industry due to the following reasons:

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Elearning provides written records of procedures:

There can be a considerable loss of patient care when doctors spend time away from hospitals attending classroom sessions, apart from trainer fees and venue management. Healthcare professionals can learn while working through elearning. With elearning, all healthcare professionals can access the same resources again when they have forgotten something.

Memory is important in healthcare because forgetfulness can greatly impact patient care. In such elearning, doctors can’t retain everything at once because it’s so complicated. Hence, having written and video-based records are crucial to this kind of elearning.

So, when the LMS have search engines, the doctors can locate the answers within minutes to their queries and become the most efficient in the latest procedures. Also, since elearning has LMS, the doctors can be sent notifications about any latest medical updates, like any surgical discovery. Also, with augmented reality in elearning, medical practitioners can easily memorize whatever they watch.

Augmented reality used in elearning:

With the use of augmented reality, there is easy decision-making for students. Augmented reality is a breakthrough in the medical world because when the patient data through the database is integrated, the doctors get insights into how a certain procedure would help the patient, depending on his condition. They can get to know the consequences of their decisions, which makes it easy for them to have case-based knowledge of whether a certain kind of medicine can be given to a certain patient who has specific allergies. They can understand whether it will prove deadly for him because augmented reality shows whether his blood pressure or sugar levels will shoot up, all based on his data and artificial intelligence developed on similar patients.

While going through simulation based tests in elearning, they can also watch how any medical procedure influences the medical vitals of a patient.

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