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The construction of a simulation-based system for the development of powerful and realistic models and practicals for healthcare professionals

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3 Author(s)
Diomidous, M. ; Lab. of Health Inf., Athens Univ., Greece ; Verginis, I. ; Mantas, J.

The aim of this paper is to examine the importance of computer-based simulation by the demonstration and study of complex systems and the presentation of essential tools and applications that can help health professionals deliver good quality practicals, which is now impeded by cost and/or technical constrains. The tools that have been developed in the framework of the Courseware Authoring for Scientific Training (COAST) project are the "modeler environment", which is used to describe the different tools and mathematical functions available for building models, and the "simulation author environment", which is used for building simulation sequences and providing the required tools and functions. This effort provides scientists with new technological and cost-effective means, specifically based on multimedia simulation, for preparing educational material, so as to gradually replace laboratory practicals that are gradually becoming more expensive, and improves student's understanding of complex systems.

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Information Technology in Biomedicine, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 3 )