Creating a OTC exercise: Exercise outcome

Exercise outcome

The exercise outcome determines how the exercise should end and the feedback options for the exercise. OTC exercises have two outcomes: Do not recommend and Recommend medications. However, there are two feedback options for Recommend medications, Basic and Advanced.

Basic feedback is intended to give a broad overview of the medications that the student should have recommend and does not perform any checks against the medications that the student has selected at all.

Advanced feedback checks the student’s selected medications against groups of medications created in the exercise designer. These groups allow for medications to be evaluated and students are told if they were correct or incorrect.

Click here to read more about the difference between Basic and Advance feedback.

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