About the Clinical Learning Journey
Who is the Clinical Learning Journey for?
Undergraduate Students, Postgraduates and Residents
Medical specialties covered
During the Journey will practice your skills across clinical areas including: Cardiology, Endocrinology, Gastrointestinal, Infectious diseases, Nephrology, Neurology, Respiratory, Toxicology, Trauma, Urology and Vascular surgery
Recommended path or your selected challenge
You can either choose to follow the recommended path or challenge yourself by selecting the difficulty level of your next case (basic, intermediate or advanced).
Note: You have 3 attempts to solve each clinical scenario.
Up to 3 patients in the waiting room
If you still have attempts left to solve a clinical scenario successfully, you can come back to it later and move on to a new scenario. Only the three most recently attempted scenarios will be listed on the “Patients to Treat” section.
Constructive feedback and progress tracking
After each scenario, the feedback part is where the learning actually happens. Explore the detailed reports to find out how well you treated your patient and how to improve next time.
Need a hint?
If you are having problems treating a patient, you can take advantage of our ‘hint’ system. You can receive up to three hints on each evaluation activity (Physical Examination, Diagnostic Activity and Treatment) to understand where you might have been going wrong.
Why medical students love the Clinical Learning Journey
"Body Interact makes you think outside the box and not focus just on one thing. It’s great to have feedback on your performance in treating each case and the key points to improve your response to each patient.”Julianne5th-year Medical Student
"Having a new case every day really feels like you are completing a challenge. The analysis of the competencies allows the user to concentrate on their weak areas and I found the descriptions of the learning objectives of each case to be very helpful."Kevin6th-year Medical Student
"It’s amazing the way that the clinical cases are built, and how well the patients responded to our different actions, which make it seem so close to reality!"Beatriz6th-year Medical Student
"The Learning Journey gave me a chance to learn to solve cases according to the level of difficulty I had at that time. We start with the easiest ones and from there we climb to the most difficult ones. I think that it’s important because many times we students prepare for the most difficult scenarios, but we don't usually know how to solve the easiest ones."María6th-year Medical Student
"I like that there are different clinical scenarios and that I am able to see my progress and get feedback about what I was doing well or still need to do better."Richard3rd-year Medical Student