Indiana University School of Medicine COVID19 Course Case Study: TWI in Secret
The COVID19 pandemic struck medical schools especially hard in March 2020. Suddenly, students were taken out of clinical experiences in order to keep them safe in a rapidly changing clinical environment where PPE was in short supply.
The clinical curriculum required a complete overhaul to be ready for launch at the end of April 2020. Join me to hear the story of “TWI in Secret” where 12 medical students developed a COVID 19 course for their peers in less than a month with the use of clear processes, out of the box thinking and the willingness to not let perfect get in the way of good.
About the Facilitator:
A manufacturing, laboratory sciences, and performance improvement veteran with over 30 years of experience, Kathy Lee is the Program Manager for Medical Student Education at the Indiana University School of Medicine. Her mission is to make a positive impact on medical education through developing people, empowering them with effective, efficient processes and managing continuous improvement of the IUSM curriculum.