Enables to carry out Practical Training, Case Presentations, and Problem Based Learning (PBL) in Online Medium.
What Does Diagnosis Time Offer to the User?
Public or Private to His/Her Group Online Case Sharing
Online Case Sharing with Active or Passive Time Preferences
User Rating / Award
Auscultation Opportunity (Stethoscope Audio Recording)
Inspection Opportunity (Patient Images at Every Stage)
Presentation of Examination Results as Images, Tables and Reports
What Is Diagnosis Time?
Diagnosis Time mobile application, developed by Sanal Clinic with the goal of digital transformation in medical education, enables to carry out practical training, case presentations, and Problem-Based Learning (PBL) in the online medium with ease of application. Its usage is appropriate to use for all grades in medical education.
In the physical examination section, patient images and other physical examination notes are together. It also provides medical students with stethoscope audio recording for auscultation opportunities. Students are expected to pre-diagnose by reading the patient's anamnesis and physical examination findings. Thus, the pre-diagnosis step, which is one of the most important goals of medical education, is completed.
In the second session, students are expected to evaluate the test results of the patient and diagnose. Students receive points according to their answers and win awards by ranking with these points. Diagnosis Time offers a new generation application and challenge for medical students.
Sanal Clinic was established in 2020 by two medical school students. Our company rapidly continues the development of many project ideas with the goal of digitalization in medical education and the patient-physician relationship. Diagnosis Time is one of the projects successfully completed by the Sanal Clinic. Sanal Clinic aims to pioneer innovation not only in Turkey but also in the world as a Turkish company by its new ideas in the health sector.
Prof. Dr. Melih Bulut
Prof. Dr. Nezih Hekim
Prof. Dr. Hakan Uslu
Assoc.Prof. Dr. Ersin Karaman