Learning Immunology: Using Free Medical Education Video Platforms to Supplement Medical Student Understanding

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2021-02-13
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Baniqued, Alyssandra
Murayama, Sarah
Sakai, Damon H.
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After administering a curriculum needs assessment to our peers, we observed that most students relied on supplemental videos to further their understanding of difficult concepts, particularly in immunology. Due to the self-directed learning curriculum at JABSOM, students seek resources outside of the classroom to improve learning. Utilizing modules pre-approved by faculty ensures the information is accurate and clinically-relevant. We assigned videos associated with the immunology concepts highlighted during the MD2 unit, including Type I-IV hypersensitivity, rheumatic heart disease, allergic rhinitis, and eczema. Videos were found on YouTube via a channel called Osmosis, a medical education video platform that students have recommended in verbal and written feedback to course directors in the past. Students were asked to watch videos, answer post-video questions, and create case maps related to the videos. Questions pertaining to the immunology video content appeared on the final exam and a survey was completed to identify student impressions of the modules.
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Immunology, Supplemental Education, Educational videos
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