Making a Transition to Online/Hybrid Learning for Your Allied Health or Medical Program?

We can help

We know that the coronavirus has been creating unprecedented challenges and questions for everyone over the past year. In the education sector, courses have been moved online, sometimes within days. Students may be unable to access labs or sim centers – or even if they can, the infection control measures may be reducing the number of people who can access them or the time they have available. Clinical externships are still being postponed or cancelled.

It can also be a struggle to adapt to the new format of teaching and learning.  We don’t have all the answers here, but we can help you work out whether simulation-based modules might help your students to learn, practice and test their competence in performing healthcare procedures and skills. All online, no equipment needed, so a great way to supplement your students’ lab and clinical time.

We’ve provided a few article links below that might be useful, and there are more on this blog site so please browse. And feel free to contact us to discuss your challenges and needs. Email us or use the webchat facility on our website. We look forward to hearing from you!

11 tips for using online simulations in your Allied Health program

Moving an MA program online – and expanding into two more states

Learning sonography by e-simulation – from skeptic to believer

How e-simulations support distance learning for sonography

What is integrated cognitive simulation?

P.S. Got questions about working remotely? We’ve done it for years – ask us any question