More and more medical courses are turning to GoReact to provide feedback to students. Nursing, counseling, first aid courses, EMT training, and even psychiatric training all require students to demonstrate skills for assessment. The end goal for all these areas is to have successful patient interactions.
GoReact has four activity types that can be used in creative ways to meet the needs of a Nursing/Psych course. This guide gives some best practice examples of how each activity type can be used in Healthcare Education.
Example activity types:
Self-Submit activities allow participants to record their own videos and submit them for feedback. This is the most common Activity type used.
For example, some classes need to conduct mock counseling sessions and see how they’re doing. GoReact is the perfect tool to record the session, let the instructor comment on how it went, and allow the student to self-evaluate their own footage. Very simple.
Example activities: Clinical observations, counseling sessions
Live Event activities are similar to Self-Submit activities, except feedback can be given live at the time of the recording. Instructors can critique these videos in real-time from within the same room or remotely while watching the live stream.
Example activities: Live observations
Stimulus Activities allow instructors to provide a stimulus/prompt video for students to respond to by recording their own video. This recorded response will be synchronized with the stimulus media, so both videos can be played back simultaneously.
Clinical training is a great place to use stimulus activities. Instructors can either record or upload video of a medical procedure or a counseling session, let the students watch it, and record footage of themselves stating what the video did wrong or how they would have done things differently. Instructors can then watch the video and the response side by side for grading.
Example activities: Clinical training
Comment Only activities can be used anytime that you want students to watch and respond to a video. If you have a video that would be beneficial for your students to watch, you can set up a Comment Only activity, and have each student watch and respond to that video.
Example activities: Best practice analysis
Example activity settings: