This pandemic has taught us that undergraduate medical education is nimbler and more adaptive than we have previously assumed it to be. COVID-19 has propelled medical schools into an online, remote learning age. It has beseeched educators to creatively deliver new means of teaching human anatomy, pathophysiology, and clinical skills. It has driven administrators around the world to revise graduation requirements to enable students to enter …
Post Author: Emmy Yang, Oranicha Jumreornvong, and Jasmine Race
Emmy Yang, Oranicha Jumreornvong, and Jasmine Race are medical students.
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