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Sustaining the move to online teaching and learning during and after the COVID-19 pandemic

BP9 - Sustaining the move to online teaching and learning during and after the COVID-19 pandemic

Date:
Tuesday 8 September
Time: 0915-1015 and 1645-1745
Stream: 1
Theme: Teaching and Learning

Chair: John Sandars, Edehill University Medical School, UK

Presenters:

  • Monika Sobocan, Faculty of Medicine, University in Maribor, Slovenia

  • Kalyani Premkumar, College of Medicine,  University of Saskatchewan, Canada

  • Poh Sun Goh, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Summary:
The COVID-19 pandemic has seen a huge global shift to online delivery of the curriculum,  with many innovative approaches.  Sustaining these changes to provide high quality teaching and learning using online approaches will require a transformational change in learners, educators and institutions . This change will be a challenge  for all medical educators, in both high and low resource settings. An essential aspect of responding to this challenge will be a transformational change in the scholarship of medical education to ensure that rapid cycles of evaluation can inform best practice.

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