Enhance problem-based learning and medical decision-making skills.


Students must have access to technologies and leadership training that ensures that they become health professionals who provide care that is reflective, inclusive, and equitable.

-Dr. Langell, Northeast Ohio Medical University

Medical Programs
embrace VisualDx as an essential resource for medical student education.
More Dark Skin Images
by percentage than other resources
Increase in Accuracy
among students and residents while using VisualDx
REAL Story

Students Learn Variation in Presentation

As a clinical preceptor, I teach nurse practitioner students interested in dermatology. Although I emphasize to students that there is a wide range of clinical presentations for many dermatological diseases, they often do not fully appreciate this variation until they open VisualDx.

I encourage students to take note of any new dermatological disease they encounter, so they can look it up later in VisualDx and see photos of different clinical presentations, including skin of color. They can also see lists of differential diagnoses for each disease in VisualDx, which helps them develop diagnostic skills.

Students have told me VisualDx enriches their learning greatly, and it is one of their favorite resources because it is concise but comprehensive.

Improves pattern-recognition skills
Provides expert peer-reviewed resources
Includes quiz feature

More than 2,300 hospitals and healthcare institutions rely on VisualDx to improve diagnostic accuracy, enhance medical education, and engage patients in their treatment and care.

In a published study conducted at UCLA-Harbor Medical Center and University of Rochester Strong Memorial Hospital, physicians using VisualDx were over 4 times more likely to suggest the correct diagnosis for patients admitted to the hospital for serious infections. Without VisualDx, admitting physicians made diagnostic errors 28% of the time. These errors can lead to overprescribing of antibiotics and increased patient risk of hospital-acquired infections.

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