This lesson presents a practical case in occupational medicine, and is meant for medical students. It describes a patient with complaints and a work history in a bakery. The lesson is fully interactive and consists of 31 slides. The slides contain descriptive texts, questions and feedback, and illustrative pictures and movies. Certain terms used are explained. The lesson leads the learner through the processes of making a diagnosis, prescribing proper tests, interpreting test results, reporting, and formulating treatment and preventive measures.
Clicking the website’s link below firstly connects to the Networm / Casus website. After choosing “Demo course” (this item can be found in the right panel) and accepting the website’s policy for registering and storing some user data, three different lessons can be chosen, all formulated in English. The present lesson is also given in four other languages.
Training level(s) of the material:
Key terms on the content:
allergic asthma, work-related complaints, flour dust, lung function, pulmonary function, prick test, provocation test, personal protection, allergy, alpha-amylase
Time demand to complete:
Coverage of the content of the material:
A complete lesson around a specific case
Human health and social work activities
Userful for other sector(s):
Agriculture, forestry and fishing
Valuation of previous knowledge:
Yes, on certain topics, by clicking the link.
Size of download (Mb):
<p>Active online connection with the Internet.</p>
Institute and Outpatient Clinic for Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich
Owner / intellectual property:
Networm partners in Germany, England, France, Spain and The Netherlands. Corresponding address: Munich, Germany (see above).
The lessons can be attended and completed online for free. No material may be copied. During the session, some private data will be stored. The learning materials can only be used if the user accepts these conditions prior to attending the on-line lesson.
English version: October 26, 2007; other versions varying between 2005 and 2008.
Date added to the website:
Friday, 18 November 2011
Collection (part of):
Part of the demo lessons of the EU-sponsored Networm (Net-based training for work-related medicine) project.