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The latest stable version (3.3.1) was released: Feb 2, 2011
Do note that version from 3.3 and forward implements a new version of the eVip VPD specification used for importing/exporting patient cases, this format is not compatible with the old format and importing VPD's from older versions will not yield fully usable cases.
Notable features of 3.3.1:
- Case creators can ask followup questions to students, the questions can be graded via the exam module.
- Followup questions are included in all IO-operations, like copy/export/import.
- The exam module has been reworked for a better workflow and more options.
- A strict mode is introduced (activated via a database flag), strict mode is a mode where student workflow is less open and is integral for examination purposes.
- The administration interface now supports removing students and courses, as well as "clearing" students and courses.
- The administration interface now supports the examinator role.
Notable features of 3.3:
- New import/export format, compliant with the eVip VPD specification version 1.0
- Structural changes to support slimmed down patient case templates
Notable features of 3.2:
- Free text search on medical history and lab test
- Redesigned physical examination
- Improved feedback dialog interface
Welcome to the Web-SP project
Create/Run/Manage Web-based Virtual Patients
"Web-SP is a generic web-based, interactive, student activating
patient simulation system, with a built-in authoring tool allowing any teacher
to develop cases with ease"
Most important case simulation features are available, including: interactive
history taking, physical examination, lab section, diagnosis and differentials,
therapy, interactive session feedback and integrated online resources.
Background and goals
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The Web-SP project is developed with support from the Wallenberg Global Learning Network (WGLN), the Swedish LearningLab (SweLL) and by Karolinska Institutet's internal funds.