An article from the American Medical Association discussing the integration of telehealth into medical education more permanently
Telehealth might be here to stay, but it remains a recent and often misunderstood addition to the medical education landscape. To make it work, faculty and administrators must understand what’s different between in-person and remote visits.
A recent webinar, "How to Incorporate Learners in Telehealth Encounters," produced by the AMA Accelerating Change in Medical Education Consortium, featured a presentation by Richard Van Eck, PhD, associate dean of teaching and learning at University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences, who laid out the challenges and opportunities that come with this new instructional medium. Here’s some key takeaways.