Securely record, share and get feedback!
With Videolab you can safely record and share any interaction with real patients.
Here is how the best universities and hospitals across Europe use Videolab:
Trainees record an interaction to review, annotate and self-reflect. The self-reflection is assessed by the coach.
Trainees share recordings with their peers to receive formal and informal feedback and coaching.
Evaluators can leverage established evaluation forms (e.g., OSCE, MAAS 2.0, OPTION5) for providing systematic feedback and grading
Trainees can share their recordings to be evaluated on their learning outcomes.
Trainees share recordings with trainers to receive formal and informal feedback and coaching.
Instructors can accelerate the exposure and experience by giving trainees real-life video cases to demonstrate best practices.
“We were looking for a safe, robust and closed system to exchange comments upon tests and videos.”
Jae K. Amsterdam UMC
Practical learning is a function of exposure and feedback. Videolab enables healthcare institutions across Europe to accelerate learning by increasing both high quality exposures and timely feedback.
Do more with less resources!
No more expensive recording and debriefing equipment needed.
No more lost time trying to be everywhere in person.
“We aim to be pioneers in shaping the health care of the future. We do this in a person-centered and innovative way. Clinical communication skills training is an important part of the curriculum in medical school. To give interns and residents in practice the opportunity to receive feedback on their clinical communication skills, we have purchased Videolab.” – commented C. Lommen who is a Policy Advisor of the Educational Program at RadboudUMC.
Videolab offers a smooth integration with your existing systems of today and the tools of tomorrow.
Easy and painfree to set up and get going.
Let’s get going!
“Exchanging recordings is fast and safe, requiring the minimal amount of steps. There is also a very practical feature to tag a moment in the recording and annotate feedback.”
Ramona G. – teacher at Maastricht University