Student-Created Video Supplements to the Cardiovascular Curriculum

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2021-02-13
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Lee, Gunnar Austin
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Within a problem-based learning medical curriculum, a challenge is posed to lecturers who must cover a wide variety of material in a limited time. Using the cardiovascular and pulmonology subunit at the John A Burns School of Medicine as an example, discussion of cardiac electrophysiology, cardiac contractility, and the cardiac cycle may be covered within a single, one-hour lecture. Although the material posed in the lecture is sufficient for learning core concepts, anecdotal accounts among JABSOM students suggests that there is a demand for additional learning modalities, particularly in the interactive and visual domains. This is particularly important in the era of COVID when the demand for remote learning has never been higher.
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Student produced, Video modules, Curriculum supplement
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