In Gender Health Nursing, students produce unique, individual case studies for their peers using a random case study generator (see below). The conditions are selected randomly and blindly, resulting in a unique set of conditions for their individual case studies. Students use these conditions to write detailed case studies for both a male and a female patient (applying the same conditions to each gender). The generator has an infinite number of combinations so no two students cases are similar. The results are displayed immediately and continually. This virtual activity was created to replicate a face-to- face classroom activity in which students role dice to get randomly assigned conditions for their case study.
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