Jasminka Criley, CEO, Indelible Learning, Stuart Criley Founder Indelible LearningTrack 2 HEALTHCARE
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Medicine, and the caring for patients, has long been a mix of science and practice. Reflecting this reality, training for healthcare professionals combines science education followed by practical apprenticeships.
The global pandemic threw a monkey wrench into this training: remote learning was implemented for medical and nursing students, while recent graduates who were still in training were rushed to the front lines.
In this crisis, interactive media, whether it is a smartphone app or a full-scale mannequin, has enormous potential to improve the quality of this training, and ensure standard exposure to scenarios that every trainee should encounter and master.
In this session, we will explore what works, what doesn't, and most importantly, why. We will show how the histories of medical training, as well as examination and licensure, have evolved with medical and educational technology. The failures may be forgotten, but they are a cautionary tale that can help us avoid repeating these mistakes in the future. And the successes are both surprising in their ingenuity and economy.