The VAP project aims to be a new, easily accessible learning site for health professionals. The goal is to provide a comprehensive resource to learn about topics important to a career in medicine and clinical research.
VAPs are recorded power point presentations that have been converted into small portable files providing easy online streaming. Each slide of the VAP is voice annotated and each VAP contains an indexed playlist that allows the listener to return to or skip to any slide within the presentation. These small files can be quickly streamed on devices such as iPads, smartphones, laptops etc.
The VAPs are integrated into learning modules containing assessment tests to ensure active learning.
The VAP content and the associated learning modules are aimed at a wide range of audiences including medical students, residents, clinical scientists, practitioners and other health care professionals. The specific content areas include: Deciphering the medical literature (DML); Principles of clinical research; USMLE step II reviews (LIT) and Clerkships lectures. Our goal is to amass a repository of engaging VAPs openly accessible to learners. All VAPs can be freely shared for non-commercial purposes. However, circulated VAPs must be cited appropriately and users cannot alter, transform or build on the work without appropriate permissions.
Eugene Seah, Senior Executive
Technical Support (recording, converting and editing of VAPs)
Office: +65 6601 1994
Vani Singaram, Executive
Office: +65 6601 2523