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Using games as teaching tools with healthcare professionals might seem like an unusual combination. However, part of game success lies in its competitive nature which appeals to the motivated healthcare professional. Studies show that serious games can lead to a 29% improvement in mean clinical knowledge and skills compared to traditional reading and lectures (Diehl LA, et al. 2015).

With validated data on the impact of serious games emerging, we reviewed the present landscape to better understand how and when to use serious games within the healthcare industry. You can download our white paper (by filling out the form below), Serious games:  Improving Medical Education, to review our findings including some tips for creating an impactful medical education game. We hope you enjoy!

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