Critical Care Education: A commentary
Virtual ICU and E-learning tools: Scope in critical care medicine in India
Vijay Kumar Arora, Vaibhav Chachra
E-Learning, simulators, virtual ICU
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Arora VK, Chachra V. Virtual ICU and E-learning tools: Scope in critical care medicine in India. Indian J Crit Care Med 2012; 16 (3):148-150.
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Critical care medicine is an important tool for decreasing morbidity and mortality of patients. There is a need to develop effective web content for use of intensivists and related disciplinaries. Use of simulators and production of good quality videos and their uploading on national connectivity can add fillip to the “National Mission of Education” started by the Government of India.
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