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Teaching in the age of COVID-19: The wrap-up

by Teresa Chan, MD, MHPE
Mar 19, 2020
ALiEM developed the “Teaching in the age of COVID-19” blog series in order to help faculty members identify education/productivity technologies tha...
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Teaching in the age of COVID-19: The learning management system

Given the epidemiological data from China and Italy, educators should be prepared for the likelihood that online learning will continue to be the n...
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Teaching in the age of COVID-19: Assessing learners remotely

  Providing content is great, but learner assessment is crucial in order to measure educational impact. Digital assessment is valid and reliable; i...
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Teaching in the age of COVID-19: Enhancing discussion with digital asynchronous chats

  A significant portion of the technology industry is built around social media and asynchronous chat platforms that seek to connect people. Modern...
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Teaching in the age of COVID-19: Small group conversations

Although you can still use technologies like Zoom or Webex to conduct small group meetings, residency programs may find it prudent to stick to know...
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Teaching in the age of COVID-19: Live from the recording studio

Recording your content so it can be broadcasted, also called live streaming, can be helpful if you want to reach your audience in real-time. Record...
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Teaching in the age of COVID-19: Real-time video conferencing

As programs face unprecedented pressure to protect learners via social distancing, many will turn to video as their preferred method to continue d...
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Teaching in the age of COVID-19: Teaching with tech while socially distancing

With the arrival of SARS-CoV2 (COVID-19) in North America, programs are facing the need to reconsider how they deliver didactic education to their...
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Announcing ALIEM Remote

We are proud to announce the ALiEM Remote series. 2020 has presented a challenging set of circumstances with an ongoing COVID pandemic, uncertainty...
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Building Equipment Kits for Streamlined Care

In the setting of emergent care, the ability to access equipment rapidly and reliably can be a deciding factor in patient outcome. Poor stockin...
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10 Tips to Improve Patient Satisfaction in the Emergency Department

Exceptional communication is essential when providing care to patients in the ED. This is especially true given that we don’t have a preexisting re...
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ED Charting and Coding: Critical Care Time

After a STEMI activation from the field on Monday morning, the cardiac catheterization team scoops the patient away shortly after the paramedics ar...
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ED Charting and Coding: Medical Decision Making (MDM)

In this ED Charting and Coding Series, we have covered Introduction to ED Charting and Coding (PV Card); the History of Present Illness & Past ...
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ED Charting and Coding: Physical Exam (PE)

“What do I see, hear, and smell when I walk into the room?” While the oral boards challenge you to perform the physical exam in a certain way, the ...
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ED Charting and Coding: Review of Systems

The Review of Systems (ROS) was the most frustrating aspect of charting as an intern. Documenting at least 10 elements from systems seemingly unre...
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ED Charting and Coding: History of Present Illness & Past Medical, Family, Social History

Remember the “OPQRST” mnemonic? It stands for Onset, Provocation/Palliation, Quality, Region/Radiation, Severity, Timing. Not only can it guide you...
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PV Card: Introduction to ED Charting and Coding

What makes a good chart? How do you write a good chart quickly? How about a good, efficient, billable chart? On average, residents and practicing p...
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