Most universities typically teach theoretical concepts. Students may find it hard applying these practically in specific cases. To put precept into practice, universities can use Meksi—an innovative tool that students can employ in simulated situations. Meksi bridges the theory-real life scenario gap, preparing students better for patient consultations.
One thing that all reputable medical universities want for their graduates is for them to find fulfilling employment that enables them to apply all the skills and knowledge they’ve acquired. Of course, being able to draw on medical knowledge is one thing, but equally as important is being able to put that into practice. Which is so crucial to a successful doctor and patient consultation. These skills can’t be simply be learned from a book; they need to be practised and fine-tuned. MEKSI is a consultation simulation program that provides graduating medical students with the opportunity to practise their consultation skills in a controlled environment.
Graduates need to be able to successfully deploy learnt skills and knowledge in professionally fulfilling jobs. Drawing from medical knowledge and putting them into practice are equally important, the combination crucial for a doctor-patient consultation. These skills can’t be simply learnt from a book but need to be practised and fine-tuned. Meksi, a simulated consultation programme provides graduating medical students opportunities to practise their consultation skills in a controlled environment.
Universities will work with a programme aimed at creating a set of world class consultation guidelines, recognised universally. Through a comprehensive series of consultation situations, standardized teaching and skill enhancement materials, Meksi takes preparedness of potential doctors to the next level.
Increased pass percentages in clinical examinations, thanks to Meksi, will boost university’s rankings besides promoting its image as an institution open to innovative teaching methods.
Meksi’s comprehensive testing methods help students assess their skills constantly. Tutors can use this data to appraise an individual student or a class as a whole.
The Meksi Roleplay option available on institutional licenses allows tutors and lecturers to conduct exams for two to 200 students, which can be monitored anytime and anywhere in a cost and time-effective manner.