Disruptions related to COVID-19 are likely to continue for quite some time. In response, programs are adopting innovative approaches to support resident learning in the clinical environment. Check out these ideas from your colleagues across Canada on how they are continuing clinical teaching during COVID-19, across a variety of clinical environments (inpatients or outpatient visits), for multiple educational purposes (e.g., direct observation, teaching, coaching and assessment), and for both formal and informal teaching (e.g., academic half days, journal clubs, clinical teaching, etc.).
Ideas for Clinical Teaching During COVID-19: The purpose of this document is to share tips and resources from the front line for continuing residency education while managing the pandemic and maintaining physical distancing.
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