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In this 2-hour workshop at the International Medical University (2 July, 2014), you will learn how to design engaging presentations for e-learning and flipped classroom sessions based on good instructional design practices. In the process, you will explore PowerPoint, Gagne’s 9 Events of instruction and

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This presentation was given by Mr. Chris Yebuah from University of Ghana at the Ghana Joint OER Production workshop in 2011. 


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7 Conclusion
X-rays, CT scans and MRI scans are all medical imaging techniques of great practical importance that have been encountered by a great many people in their medical histories. This unit illustrates how these techniques work – and their limitations and advantages.
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6.4 Taking the image
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6.3 How a gamma camera works
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5 Ultrasound
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4 Magnetic resonance imaging
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