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Month: May 2024

#36 – Generative AI personas in physiotherapy education

In this conversation Leanne Wiles and Dean Walker discuss how they used generative AI tools like Claude and ChatGPT to simulate patient interactions for students in physiotherapy education, enhancing their communication and reasoning skills. Students interacted with AI personas portraying diverse health scenarios. The practice proved immersive and effective, displaying significant potential for flexible educational approaches in challenging healthcare communications.

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The one about Lectures

The value of lectures is evident when lecturers use an engaging, dynamic style that transcends traditional didactic methods. Lectures can foster deep learning and maintain student interest through active participation and well-prepared content, integrating modern insights from cognitive science. We need to consider the many nuances of lecture methods in different formats, like online settings, and teaching strategies that enhance learning outcomes by adapting to diverse learner preferences.

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