Cloud-based, virtual simulation management technology fuels marathon day of education and learning to remove Covid-19 barriers to clinical training
Since 1965, one of the leading multi-campus healthcare science universities in Canada, the Michael G. DeGrotte School of Medicine, McMaster University, has been educating the next generation of medical doctors and healthcare clinicians. Due to Covid-19, clinical simulation training across their three campuses has been at a standstill, as the campuses were evacuated to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. As the campus-wide quarantine extended, the Faculty of Health Sciences needed to explore virtual alternatives to keep their clinical skills curriculum on track…
Wow. I am so impressed. Huge thank you to everyone for all of their help and efforts in getting potentially the first and largest virtual OSCE of its kind off the ground.
Dr. Jason Profetto, Chair, Clinical Skills and MD Admissions, Undergraduate Medical Education, McMaster University