Learning During & From a Crisis: The Student-Led Development of an Online COVID-19 Curriculum
Stay connected with your colleagues around the globe and join us for this week’s IAMSE Cafe round table discussion. Join our host, Kelly Quesnelle from Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine as she welcomes Abby Schiff and Wolfram Goessling (Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA, USA).
Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at 10AM EST – Learning During and From a Crisis: The Student-Led Development of an online COVID-19 Curriculum. In mid-March 2020, a group of students at Harvard Medical School came together to synthesize existing information about the COVID-19 pandemic into a unified learning resource, which is faculty reviewed, frequently updated, and freely available online. It is now used by readers in 132 countries and for credit at 32 medical schools. Drs. Schiff and Goessling will share key insights into the development process, the challenges of presenting rapidly changing subject matter, and the model of student-led curriculum design.
To join the meeting please click here. The meeting password is IAMSECafe or, if you are calling in from a phone, the numeric password is 778130.
We look forward to seeing you this week!