It’s been a busy year for us here at Codimg. As a brand, we’ve grown exponentially throughout the year. We’ve added a host of official distributors to our global network and, in turn, have been able to show off the power of Codimg to a wealth of new users.
In terms of communication, we’ve also been growing. Back in February, we launched a brand-new website. The aim here was to present clear, applicable information to existing users and potential users alike. We split the website into three sections, representing our core audiences (healthcare, education, and team training), and each section had a dedicated blog. And it’s the blog we’d like to highlight in this end-of-year post.
What were our most read healthcare blogs of 2021?
Counting backwards, here are our top five of the year…
Coming in at number 5 on our list is this great blog which explains exactly what video analysis is and how it can be applied to the healthcare industry.
Released on the 17th of March, containing a multitude of video case studies and an easy-to-read format, this article proved popular with those interested in adding video analysis software to their arsenal of healthcare tools.
Read it here.
Debriefing has been a popular subject this year at Codimg this year, as you’ll see later in the list. The reason for this is clear: video analysis is supremely useful when applied to medical debriefings.
Released on the 23rd of September, this article takes a closer look at some of the most common medical debriefing methods in use today and discusses the pros and cons of each.
Extremely useful to anyone involved in this area, you can read it here.
Medical error and patient safety is always a concern in the healthcare sector.
In this great article, written by Codimg Product Manager Ibán Suárez, we take a look through some of the common causes of medical error and talk about strategies for reducing these errors, improving the healthcare experience for patients in the process.
Released on the 17th of March, you can read it here.
Coming in at number two on our list, and a worthy runner up, this case study of how Codimg is used in the wild at the FJD nursing college in Madrid has proved extremely popular with our readers.
Codimg is mainly used for the evaluation of medical simulation scenarios and Objective Structured Clinical Examinations at FJD, a hospital famous for its innovations in healthcare.
Released on the 24th of April, you can read this informative article here.
And so we come to our most read blog of 2021 and, as we said earlier, it’s all about medical debriefing.
Debriefings are one of the most important aspects of medical simulation and healthcare evaluation, and this great article talks you through how to lead a successful, informative session.
Step by step, we talk you through the process and show you how Codimg can be integrated as an essential part of debriefing sessions.
Released on the 20th of July, you can read our number one blog by clicking here.
We’d like to end this post by saying a huge thank you to everyone who has supported us throughout this year: our users, distributors, our followers on social media, and anyone else who has read, enjoyed and shared these articles.
As always, if you’ve got any questions about anything raised in these articles or about video analysis in general, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.
We’ll be back in the New Year with some fresh healthcare content. Until then…
Thanks for reading!
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