Medical Education Three Years after COVID: Student Engagement - November 28

Recorded On: 11/28/2023

When COVID-19 shut down in-person teaching and learning operations, medical schools, along with their faculty, staff, and learners, pivoted to virtual experiences for preclinical students, shattering myths about online learning and innovating along the way. Through this process, we all learned important lessons about teaching and learning in both virtual and in-person environments.

Even though most schools have now returned to in-person learning, anecdotal feedback and metrics, like usage data for online resources, seem to indicate that medical student attendance and engagement in the preclinical curriculum looks different today than it did before the shift to virtual learning at the start of COVID. In this session, we’ll explore student engagement, what it looks like now 3 years post COVID, and opportunities to better engage learners.

Kate Anderson
MD Candidate
University of Arizona College of Medicine-Tucson 

Alexander Philips
MD Candidate
Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Joseph R. Geraghty, MD, PhD 
Resident Physician, Department of Neurology
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Tara Cunningham, EdD, MS
Senior Associate Dean, Student Affairs
Associate Professor, Medical Education
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Janet Corral, PhD
Associate Dean, Office of Medical Education
Professor, Internal Medicine
University of Nevada Reno School of Medicine

Michael Campion, MEd
Director of Academic and Learning Technologies
University of Washington School of Medicine

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