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House Calls Video Game: Riskdom-Geriatrics

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House Calls Video Game: Riskdom-Geriatrics

University of Sydney
Author(s):  
Gustavo Duque, MD
POGOe Id: 
20297
Date Posted: 
05/08/2009
Date Reviewed/Updated for Clinical Accuracy: 
07/17/2012
Ok Peer reviewed Peer reviewed
Abstract: 

This is an interactive video game which teaches the general principles of home safety for older persons. This video game could be used as a learning tool for medical students, allied health professionals and patients.

Educational objectives: 

1- Increasing awareness on the importance of home safety for older persons 2- Explaining the principles of a home visit 3- Learning while having fun

Content Categories: 
Geriatric Competencies: 
Other Learning Resource Type: 
Conflict of Interest Disclosure: 
No, I (we) have nothing to disclose.
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Contact Person/Corresponding Author:
A/Prof. Gustavo Duque gduque@med.usyd.edu.au


Suggested Citation:
A/Prof. Gustavo Duque. House Calls Video Game: Riskdom-Geriatrics. POGOe - Portal of Geriatrics Online Education; 2009 Available from: https://pogoe.org/productid/20297

Comments

Submitted by pardid01 on

It is definitely interesting the first time you play but then after there is probably only one more play left before it becomes boring. However, it certainly teaches what it is designed to teach but in a much more engaging format.