the use of online clinical ‘quandaries’ in professional training
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the use of online clinical ‘quandaries’ in professional training

Karen McKenzie Consultant Clinical Psychologist, University of Edinburgh
Clara O’Shea Research Associate, School of Education, University of Edinburgh

Game-informed learning, through the use of specially adapted computer programs, is becoming more popular in training as it allows staff to develop expertise, and make mistakes, safely. Karen McKenzie and Clara O’Shea describe the use of a program that gives trainee clinical psychologists a taste of real-life scenarios of aggressive behaviour

Game-informed learning, through the use of specially adapted computer programs, is becoming more popular in training as it allows staff to develop expertise, and make mistakes, safely. Karen McKenzie and Clara O’Shea describe the use of program that gives trainee clinical psychologists a taste of real-life scenarios of aggressive behaviour

Learning Disability Practice. 10, 7,16-21. doi: 10.7748/ldp2007.09.10.7.16.c4277

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