The quick and easy solution to limiting personnel in procedure spaces was to exclude medical students and shift their learning experience to pre-recorded videos that they could watch on their own time, effectively removing collaboration and interactivity from the experience.
MedPresence brings collaboration and connection into the virtual education experience, allowing educators to engage medical students in a dialogue. Additionally, the platform’s telestration functionality enables educators to highlight, point, and draw on real-time clinical video and images to further emphasize a point. Similarly, medical students can use the telestration feature to illustrate their questions or answers.
We understand that you need to limit the exposure to students in your procedure spaces, but you shouldn’t have to limit student access to expertise.
To learn how MedPresence can act as your teaching assistant in the procedure room, download our free guide detailing 5 tips for fostering an effective virtual learning experience for medical students.
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