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Implementing digital health in the medical curriculum

MC22 - Implementing digital health in the medical curriculum - a bottom-up approach

Date: Tuesday 8 September
Time: 1145-1245
Stream: 4
Theme: Teaching and Learning

Presenters:

  • Felix Machleid, Technical University of Munich, Germany
  • Sophia Hodgkinson, The European Medical Students’ Association (EMSA), Italy
  • Maria Roque, The European Medical Students’ Association (EMSA), Portugal
  • Lina Mosch, The European Medical Students’ Association (EMSA), Germany
  • Philippa Lantwin, The European Medical Students’ Association (EMSA), Germany

Summary:
The digital transformation of health care represents an immense challenge modern health care systems are facing. For a transition securing the highest standards of health care, the workforce needs to integrate the newest technologies and acquire new sets of skills. Addressing this issue, EMSA developed a toolkit to empower future healthcare professionals to implement digital health skills into medical education. In this masterclass we will discuss the importance of keeping the health professions curriculum up-to-date with emerging technologies, to pinpoint needs of future health professionals and reflect on the role of students and educators in transforming the medical curriculum.

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