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How COVID-19 Is Affecting Medical Education In The United States

Qadeer, Areej

In this episode, originally featured in The Lonely Campus, Columbia University’s The Journal of Global Health podcaster Areej Qadeer interviews current medical students at the Yale School of Medicine and University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center to explore how medical education and training is evolving in the face of COVID-19. Sofia, a third-year medical student at Yale widely known as @thisgirlnamedsofia on Instagram, reflects on her experience completing clinical rotations during the pandemic while Sidrah Shah (third-year medical student at UT Southwestern) and Hanya Qureshi (first-year medical student at Yale) share how they are adjusting to remote medical education.

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More About This Work

Academic Units
Journal of Global Health
Series
What is Global Health?
Published Here
April 7, 2023

Notes

This episode's duration is: 44:04