What is the difference between a user profile and an account on a simulation training platform?
On the one hand, “ClinCaseQuest” is a platform for trainings and clinical cases, and on the other hand – a specialized social network for the medical community for discussing clinical cases and exchanging experience between doctors.
When you register on the Platform, your account and social profile are automatically created.
- Account is more related to the learning activities of the user, demonstrates their learning progress, successes and achievements in learning.
- Social profile is related to opportunities for communication, networking with colleagues, participation in discussions of clinical cases, exchange of experience between doctors.
Currently, the simulation training platform “ClinCaseQuest” operates in three languages:
You can log in to any language platform with your own login and password, which are universal for all three simulation learning platforms (see the “How to access the Platform” instruction.)
All platforms form a single social communication network so that you can choose a convenient language for learning and at the same time have opportunities for international communication.
In each language platform you have a training account, separate trainings for which you register and in which you undergo training. You currently have three training accounts in each of the language platforms, some trainings you can take in one language, other trainings in another language, but if you plan to buy a paid subscription for the entire database of clinical cases – choose the most convenient language for learning and get annual access.
Your social profile, which is created for you during registration, is the same for all three platforms, you have a single Platform and user news feed. Thus, the account is associated with your learning in a convenient language in the appropriate language platform, whereas the user’s profile is associated with opportunities to communicate and share experience with colleagues, presenting your own professional development.
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