Since 1965, one of the leading multi-campus healthcare science universities in Canada has been educating the next generation of medical doctors and healthcare clinicians. Due to Covid-19, clinical simulation training across their three campuses has been at a standstill, as the campuses were evacuated to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. As the campus-wide quarantine extended, the Faculty of Health Sciences began to explore alternatives to keep their clinical skills curriculum on track.
Read the case study to learn:
- The vital steps taken to successfully run 1,243 case
encounters in a single day fully virtual across multiple campuses
- How the staff were all trained in two weeks
- How the fully turnkey solution provided the
support and infrastructure to run everything virtually
Multi-Campus School of Medicine Conducts 1,243 Fully Virtual Objective Structured Clinical Exams (OSCE) in a Single Day During Covid-19