Interactive Neuropsychiatric Educational Module to Better Understand Vascular Brain Injury
Aubri Gillespie, MS4
Dear University of Connecticut School of Medicine Students,
The title of the study is “Interactive Neuropsychiatric Educational Module to Better Understand Vascular Brain Injury”. In this study, an interactive case module is being created to help students better understand neuropsychiatric conditions caused by vascular brain injury. This module can be used by a multitude of students who are having difficulty grasping the concepts of brain dysfunction. This module is designed to not only help students understand neuropsychiatric dysfunction, but may also help them learn how to effectively communicate this material to their patients and the patients’ families. This module may also be helpful because it presents complex neurological problems in a visual context, making the concepts more understandable and less complex.
You are invited to participate in this study. Your participation is voluntary and completely confidential. Your responses are anonymous and will not be tracked. Please do not include your name in the survey.
If you choose to participate, please complete the enclosed survey. While complete surveys provide better data, you may skip questions that you do not feel comfortable answering. Your responses to these questions should take only a few minutes to complete. Completion and return of this survey signifies your consent to participate in this study.
I appreciate your participation in this research study. For any questions regarding the study, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call me at 860-671-0403.
Aubri Gillespie MS4
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Link to tutorial