The University of Sussex

Heart and head: the radiology tutor and beyond

Mike Sharples, Benedict du Boulay

This paper discusses computer-based tutoring of medical images. It presents the advantages of computer tutoring as a means of providing systematic accessible tuition in medical image interpretation and the problems of replacing or supplementing a human tutor. It describes a prototype system for tutoring about chest x-rays and discusses a project which is underway to extend the system to MR neuro images.

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