Jay Bhandari - Poznan University of Medical Sciences

“We were asking the patients questions, examining them, ordering tests and doing interventions. And there was also the urgency of wanting to do your best for the patients and you want to solve the case as efficiently and as correctly as possible. My favourite part was, although I live in different cities than my teammates, we were all still able to examine the same patient and make decisions together.It was a lot of fun! I highly recommend Body Interact to anyone who wants to practice emergency cases.”

Jay Bhandari, a 3rd year medical student, competed at the Body Interact – Virtual Patient Challenge at the AMSA Convention 2020. This year the competition was literally virtual, since participants did it from home, due to the Covid-19 shutdown period.
He’s team winned the 3rd place, out of 16 teams nation-wide.