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The COVID-19 pandemic challenged health professions educators to improvise rapidly to overcome myriad educational constraints. In this Lessons Learned from COVID podcast series, we connect with educators who share how they used Aquifer resources to manage COVID-induced educational changes, practical strategies that other programs can use, and lessons they will take forward once the pandemic has passed.

The COVID-19 pandemic challenged health professions educators to improvise rapidly to overcome myriad educational constraints. In this Lessons Learned from COVID podcast series, we connect with educators who share how they used Aquifer resources to manage COVID-induced educational changes, practical strategies that other programs can use, and lessons they will take forward once the pandemic has passed.

Location:

United States

Description:

The COVID-19 pandemic challenged health professions educators to improvise rapidly to overcome myriad educational constraints. In this Lessons Learned from COVID podcast series, we connect with educators who share how they used Aquifer resources to manage COVID-induced educational changes, practical strategies that other programs can use, and lessons they will take forward once the pandemic has passed.

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@AquiferOrg

Language:

English

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Episodes

Easing the Transition from Pre-Clinical to Clinical Learning

5/10/2021
Guest: Traci Marquis-Eydman, Associate Professor & Director of the Maine Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship | Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University ​In this episode Dr. Traci Marquis-Eydman describes the benefits of using a hybrid approach to orienting students as they begin their clinical learning phase. The transition to clinical learning is always challenging, as students must not only shift from merely memorizing facts to applying knowledge in busy clinical...

Duration:00:13:53

Facilitated Discussions and Role Playing Using Standardized Cases

4/26/2021
Guest: Kirstin Nackers, MD, Assistant Professor and Director of Pediatric Undergraduate Medical Education at University of Wisconsin-Madison In this episode, Dr. Kirstin Nackers shares two examples of case-based instruction she uses to increase student engagement and promote learning in an integrated core clerkship combining Pediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynecology and Geriatrics. She describes the first example as a “COVID-induced improvement”, recalling that when COVID restrictions prevented...

Duration:00:14:41

Teaching and Assessing SOAP Note Skills with Pre-Clinical Students

3/30/2021
Guest: Ronda Mourad, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Louis Stokes Cleveland Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Cleveland, OH. Teaching and evaluating pre-clinical students’ SOAP notes with some consistency across different clinical settings and preceptors can be challenging. In this episode Ronda Mourad, MD describes how she uses Aquifer cases to standardize the processes of both teaching and assessing this critical skill....

Duration:00:12:26

Engaging Learners through Teleprecepting

3/30/2021
Guest: Cynthia (Cindy) Lord, PA-C, Associate Professor and Founding Director, Case Western Reserve University Physician Assistant Program, Cleveland, OH. When the COVID pandemic severely limited student access to clinical teaching sites and preceptors, Cindy Lord developed a teleprecepting program to simulate traditional precepting during a rotation. Aquifer cases formed the basis of learner-centered virtual small group sessions facilitated by a telepreceptor. The sessions provided a means...

Duration:00:15:25