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Best Practices in Incorporating Preceptorship into your Neuromuscular Disease Practice

Activity Snapshot

Activity Type: 
Live, Virtual Webinar
Release Date: 
Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Faculty

Catherine Lomen-Hoerth MD, PhD
Catherine Lomen-Hoerth MD, PhD
Director, ALS Center
UC San Francisco Medical Center
Ann Poncelet, MD, FAAN
Ann Poncelet, MD, FAAN
Professor of Neurology, William G. Irwin Endowed Chair Director
Haile T. Debas/UCSF Academy of Medical Educators
Mark Terrelonge Jr. MD, MPH
Mark Terrelonge Jr. MD, MPH
Neuromuscular Fellow
UCSF
Connell Studenmund
Connell Studenmund
M.D. Candidate
UCSF School of Medicine
Best Practices in Incorporating Preceptorship into your Neuromuscular Disease Practice
Activity Overview: 

The recent shift to telemedicine due to the COVID-19 public health emergency may have an impact on medical student and resident education. In this virtual roundtable, members of the UC San Francisco Neuromuscular Clinic discuss how to incorporate learners and trainees into the virtual clinic workflow. The discussion centers around overcoming obstacles, best practices, and unexpected benefits of the virtual learning environment.

Learning Objectives: 
  • Discuss the shift of telemedicine due to the COVID public health emergency on medical student and resident education
  • Discuss how to incorporate learners and trainees into the virtual clinic workflow
    • Overcoming obstacles, best practices, and unexpected benefits of the virtual learning environment

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