Victoria to Usher in a New Era of Medical Teaching and Training for Vietnam National University

Victoria to Usher in a New Era of Medical Teaching and Training for Vietnam National University

February 27, 2020 0 By Stanley Isaacs


Good morning class, today we’re going to study about epithelium. Do you remember what we studied in our previous lesson? Now could you tell me if this picture looks familiar to you? *students discussing* You’ve been shown an AI-supported distance learning session between students and professors from the School of Medicine of Vietnam National University. Today’s technological advances have enabled them to ditch the traditional chalk-and-blackboard teaching that often used clunky projectors displaying illustrations that not all students can see clearly. Instead, students are now equipped with a range of modern applications and web-based tools, which has allowed for improved interactions with their professors during a learning session. Because of this, students are able to benefit from vivid visual interaction, which can have profound effects on their learning, especially in the 4.0 era. My first-hand experience when studying via the AI-supported distance session was a mix of curiosity and excitement. At first, I was curious because it opened the door to a wide range of new features that I wasn’t familiar with before and at the same time, I now find myself fascinated by its intuitive interface where I can discuss directly with my professor via video conferencing, share documents, or co-browse the web in a real-time manner just like we are together in the same classroom. The Victoria application encompasses a fully redesigned set of two-way interactive tools that allows screen sharing where participants can zoom into a photo material and make annotations, free-form drawing, and highlight at ease. This makes the application a perfect fit for the teaching and learning of science subjects, specifically in the field of medicine, which requires utmost accuracy and attention to detail. Via the advanced knowledge transfer telecommunication platform, it instinctively pushes the boundaries of learning and knowledge sharing, allowing students to effectively absorb information and participate in problem-solving activities with better levels of collaboration and communication. I like the fact that the teacher can make notes and annotations directly on the teaching material where it needs clarification. The innovative whiteboard allows for two-way interactive collaboration, so whatever the teacher writes on their screen, I can see it instantly on my device The app comes with tools to write directly on the screen to facilitate better discussion and engagement between the teacher and the class The results are as effective as if we were in the same classroom. Another significant advantage about this AI-supported distance learning platform is that students and professors can learn/teach anywhere, even when they are on the go, as all that’s needed is an internet connection. This makes it extremely suitable for the professors & students of the medical department because most professors are working at the medical facilities with very limited time to spare while the same stigma is posing a dilemma to many students, as they spend most of their day at experimental labs in the hospitals. For students, whether they are attending a lecture at the university, or elsewhere working as an intern they can benefit from such a platform where they can directly interact with their professors they can benefit from such a platform where they can directly interact with their professors to exchange knowledge and improve their professional competence to exchange knowledge and improve their professional competence whenever time allows for both participants. Besides, students & professors can discuss first-hand experience that they would potentially face during their work or in their practice via two-way interactive video conferencing. This way, learning is essentially brought back to its core meaning accumulating knowledge though real-life experience The adoption of AI technology in training has become ubiquitous around the world due to its innovative features. In particular, the AI application that has been employed by School of Medicine into its training program has been utilized in several world-renowned universities in Asia, such as in Taiwan and Singapore Currently, Victoria platform already has been utilized in the US, Taiwan, Vietnam, and many other countries around the world. Recently on Oct 2, we signed a strategic partnership with National Taiwan Normal University, the most elite university in Taiwan, to provide Victoria for teaching the Mandarin language education program on the global scale. Most importantly, this innovative platform will provide a unique glimpse into the training and teaching of medical students in the School of Medicine of Vietnam National University It can potentially increase the overall training scope to allow medical students across Vietnam even in rural areas access to the best medical teachers concentrated in big cities like Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi Couple these factors with mobility for users, we believe Victoria will help save time as well as fostering borderless knowledge sharing for every citizen in the world anytime, anywhere. Having the advantage of being the first institution in Vietnam spearheading the training program module with support from the Austrian Government, the School of Medicine takes pride in its high-quality infrastructure, which can seamlessly integrate AI-supported distance lessons. In addition, the founder of Victoria provider is a Medical Professor, so he understands and captures the industry’s characteristics he can perfect the application to satisfy the faculty’s demand. Especially in the fourth industrial revolution era, the remarkably widespread implementation of training programs through innovative distance teaching platforms like Victoria is an absolute necessity not only for School of Medicine, Vietnam National University in Ho Chi Minh City since remote consultation and medical diagnosis are an essential development of humankind in the 4.0 era. The future of medical care is expected to witness The future of medical care is expected to witness ground-breaking disruption due to the changes in the following driving forces: due to the changes in the following driving forces: First, the large database of medical care. First, the large database of medical care. Second, is the accompanying machinery and equipment compatible with that big data. Third is the medical team from doctors, nurses and all the staff in the health industry will also have different approaches to providing health services. Therefore, after graduating from their educational programs, these doctors and pharmacists are required to have these new factors of capabilities. The adoption of this technology platform is also an effective way to train and equip those newly-graduated doctors with the necessary skills to successfully adapt to a new working environment and social needs. Going forward, School of Medicine will integrate AI technology into all lessons, curriculum, and training programs. In addition, the institution will make efforts to seek investment support for the purchase of digital devices in order to effectively accommodate students and professors with the distance learning platform, which is exceptionally useful for practitioner students. For Beowulf, apart from strengthening strategic partnership with School of Medicine, this company is also gradually implementing remote diagnosis and therapeutic applications in real-time with many hospitals in Vietnam. With an attempt to create a connection between training institutions and medical facilities, Beowulf Blockchain empowers healthcare industry to take proper steps toward development in the 4.0 revolution.