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Computer-Based Medical Training
The CIM’s medical education and health training programs are preceded by a needs assessment, performed in conjunction with program sponsors and other collaborating implementing partners. Upon better understanding educational needs, the target audience, cultural sensitivities, and local healthcare capacity, the CIM staff creates a customized educational program.

CIM training programs are a proven, highly effective, and efficient method to rapidly train large number of health careproviders. CIM computer-based training programs provide uniformly high-quality education and training coupled with the ability to reliably assess training efficacy. UCLA CIM computer-based training programs combine authentic patient care digital video, animations, interactive training exercises, 3-D imagery, digital radiographic images, and text synchronized with audio narration. They provide the auditory, visual, and environmental advantages of bedside teaching without the logistical constraints.

These computer-based training materials may be developed as instructor-led, self-guided, or hybrid programs and delivered via DVD-ROM or the Internet. They may be customized for a variety of user groups and deployed in multiple languages. Assessment tools and instructor handbooks are included in the programs based on the specific needs of the sponsoring organization.


"Project HOPE has turned to the CIM on several occasions to develop state-of-the-art and highly innovative health education and medical training materials. To our knowledge, CIM is the only international health education organization capable of bringing these value added resources to the development of customized training tools and heath educational materials and services."

-Jack Blanks, Director of Strategic Alliances, Project Hope