The Computer-assisted Learning in Pediatrics Program (CLIPP) is MedU's virtual patient program for the pediatrics clerkship.
CLIPP's 32 interactive virtual patient cases are designed to encompass the learning objectives of the Council On Medical Student Education in Pediatrics (COMSEP) curriculum comprehensively. CLIPP, used mostly by third-year medical students, is an excellent learning tool for health care professionals.
Extended CLIPP Scenarios (eCLIPPs), an extension of CLIPP, consists of seven cases designed to teach complex health issues in pediatrics: culture in health care, interpersonal skills and communication, systems based practice, professionalism, and chronic illness.
eCLIPPs is structured around the concept of the medical home and uses virtual patient cases to develop skills in: culture in health care, family-centered partnership, and navigating the health care system. For more information and to view the cases, visit the eCLIPPs course page.