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  • 1. Medical Spanish
    Project Showcase
    April 22, 2010
  • 2. Background
    Our Client
    University of Tennessee Health Science Center College of Medicine
    Dr. Bill Brescia and a six person committee comprised of medical students
  • 3. Background
    The Problem
    The Hispanic population is the fastest growing group of people in the nation.
    There are approximately 19,300 Hispanic Memphis residents.
    In order to adequately provide healthcare to the patient population, the number of Spanish-speaking physicians must increase at a paralleled rate.
    Currently, the University of Tennessee offers no form of medical Spanish education to students in the College of Medicine.
  • 4. Background
    Our Task
    To design and develop a course to address the
    issues faced by UTHSC medical students when
    they encounter Spanish-speaking patients in a
    clinical setting.
  • 5. Background
    The goals included:
    • cutting down on time for each patient visit,
    • 6. establishing patient-doctor trust, and
    • 7. minimizing harm to patients due to language barriers.
  • Solution
    To meet these goals and solve the problem
    presented by UTHSC, the educational goal for
    our course became:
    To communicate conversationally with Spanish
    speaking patients in a clinical setting.
  • 8. Solution
    To achieve this goal, we would provide the
    UTHSC medical students with an asynchronous,
    Web-based curriculum to learn Spanish for a
    clinical setting.
  • 9. Product Demonstration
  • 10. Product Reception
    “You organized the content in a manner that has improved upon the original flow of the material.”
    “The sequence flows very well. Learner interaction is good.”
    One-to-one evaluators felt confident that they would be successful learning the content in this course.
    They also found the layout and design to be easy to follow and uncluttered.
    “The illustrations were very helpful, as well as the audio buttons for the words that were difficult to pronounce.”
    “The course seemed great.  It was easy to follow.”
  • 11. Changes Made
    Added missing sound files
    Before
    After
  • 12. Product Reception
    Added navigation option
    Before
    After
  • 13. Product Reception
    Added more audio questions
    Before
    After
  • 14. Lessons Learned
    SCORM compliance isn’t always reliable
    Collaboration software such as Google Docs allows for time savings and flexibility
    Rapid Prototyping is a huge time saver
  • 15. Questions?