How the pandemic is changing medical education with Catherine Lucey, MD | Moving Medicine
AMA CXO Todd Unger talks with Catherine Lucey, MD, vice dean for education at the University of California San Francisco Medical School, about how the pandemic is changing the type of physicians we need, and how it may permanently transform medical training for years to come.
0:00 AMA Moving Medicine for March 24, 2022
0:56 How did the pandemic help accelerate needed changes for educators and give them freedom to explore new ways of teaching?
1:32 How are medical students responding to these changes?
2:52 What gaps in the current curricula did the pandemic expose?
4:39 How has this affected “legacy content” in medical education?
6:06 Where do medical schools stand on rebuilding content vs tweaking curriculums?
8:14 How do we prepare future physicians to combat misinformation—and medical mistrust?
11:04 Discuss possible changes needed to core competencies for medical school, especially in terms of communication
12:35 How are leaders in medical education thinking about the issue of American’s not having access to a trusted physician?
15:00 Discuss the impact the pandemic has had on current medical students and residents
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