Electronic health records (EHRs) are becoming ubiquitous in healthcare practice. However, their use in medical education has been slower to catch on and a new category of EHRs is beginning to emerge known as eduEHRs. These systems allow learners to explore and experiment with EHRs in the context of medical education. However, current eduEHRs have limitations, such as a lack of dynamic interaction built-in that would mimic real-world use of these tools. To overcome this, the integration of eduEHRs with software and tools such as video simulations and tutorials has considerable promise. In this paper we describe a new design process for integrating EHRs, simulations, and video tutorials.
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