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How to use ChatGPT in teaching CPT?
Challenges and Ethical implications
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◄ Best practices
I am an assistant professor in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics. Explain chatGPT to me like I am 30-years old and very good with computers.
I am a professor in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics. Explain chatGPT to me like I am 60-years old and not so good with computers.
Explain "Chat" in ChatGPT
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Example: Tell me about the coronation of King Charles III of England
Explain to me how I can use chatGPT as a teacher in clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
1) Ask questions, can you elaborate?
Example: What is the PK/PD of Alteplase?
2) Provide explanations, tell me more please.
Example: Explain cytochrome P450 interactions
3) Tell me more about generating medical case scenarios for teaching clinical pharmacology and therapeutics
Example: case generation
3.1) Can you help me improve my prompt for the case scenario?
4) Tell me about making quizzes and exam questions for Clinical pharmacology and Therapeutics education with chatGPT
Example: Can you make an exam with 5 multiple-choice questions about anticoagulants?
Example: Can you include higher order questions according to Bloom's taxonomy?
4.1) Explain good practices when making exam questions
Example: Improve and provide feedback on a question
5) Tell me more about providing references
Example: Can you provide me with references that alendronate can be used safely for more than 5 years?
What are the challenges of using chatGPT in medical education?
Tell me about the ethical concerns of using chatGPT in education
UNESCO ChatGPT and Artificial Intelligence in higher education quick start guide
Nature ChatGPT: five priorities for research
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