Reporting Upgrades, Release Notes, & Student Feedback
November 18, 2018
The latest round of updates improves our report content, provides key details on case updates, and seeks to gain student feedback on their case experiences.
Searchable Case Library & Course Management Tools
July 30, 2018
Now it is easier than ever to integrate Aquifer cases into your curriculum! Our searchable Case Library feature provides a powerful tool for planning and tailoring courses to your needs. With easy search and filter options and detailed case information available at-a-glance, you’ll be able to quickly search across all of your available Aquifer courses. Find cases by system, diagnosis, patient demographics, and access downloadable case summaries in Aqueduct. It will change the way you use Aquifer cases.
Case & Content Updates
July 1, 2018
Aquifer courses and assessments have been updated to reflect the most up-to-date guidelines and protocols. All updates take effect on July 1, 2018. The Aquifer Consortium, a group of more than 200 health care educators and experts dedicated to helping Aquifer provide the best curricular content available, reviewed and updated the cases as part of Aquifer’s Continuous Course Improvement Process.
User Management Updates
April 30, 2018
Aquifer is pleased to announce the launch of several new features in Aqueduct to help administrators better manage all types of users. This major upgrade will significantly simplify and improve the workflow for administrative users.
Case Names Update
January 30, 2018
Aquifer’s new standardized case names provide consistency across all cases and provide a common language when searching for or referring to Aquifer cases.
The Aquifer case naming convention uses the following structure: Patient age, sex, and presentation. To make case names more mobile-friendly, personal names are no longer included in titles. Patients 17 years and older are referred to as “man” or “woman” and patients under 17 years are referred to as “male” or “female”.
Are you trying to find an old case name? Or are you wondering where the patient names have gone?
View our full case name crosswalk:
Old vs. New Case Names