COVID-19 and Online Health Professional Education

The current novel coronavirus, COVID-19, has effected a significant change in the way industry-based and tertiary health professions education (HPE) can occur. Advice for strict, widespread social distancing has catalysed the transformation of course delivery into fully online design across nations. This is problematic for HPE, which has traditionally relied on face-to-face learner interaction, in the form of skills laboratories, simulation training and industry-based clinical placements.

This series addresses the risks and opportunities in the current transition to online HPE, providing practical solutions for educators who are now unable to embrace more traditional face-to-face HPE delivery methods and activities.

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Adapting to a new reality: COVID-19 coronavirus and online education in the health professions

Seymour-Walsh AE, Bell A, Weber A, Smith T.

Published 26 May 2020 Australasia

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Pedagogical foundations to online lectures in health professions education

Seymour-Walsh AE, Weber A, Bell A.

Published 29 May 2020 Australasia

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Practical approaches to pedagogically rich online tutorials in health professions education

Seymour-Walsh AE, Weber A, Bell A.

Published 30 May 2020 Australasia

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Teaching psychomotor skills online: exploring the implications of novel coronavirus on health professions education

Seymour-Walsh AE, Weber A, Bell A, Smith T.

Published 6 November 2020 Australasia

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Designing and managing distributed learning: we’re all in this together

Grant J, Grant LG.

Published 11 June 2021 Australasia

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