TDS Health and product partner Osmosis understands the challenges you and your programs face during the transition to distance learning in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Osmosis team has prepared a free COVID-19 educators’ resource center to help you during this challenging transition. It includes:
- Links to free on-demand videos on topics including supporting the mental health of students and educators during COVID-19, how to quickly convert your live course into an online course, and how to use Osmosis to support distance learning.
- A free CME course on the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and pathology of COVID-19, and practical clinical skills healthcare workers can learn to remain safe when treating patients.
- Free on-demand video resources you and the healthcare workers in your community can use to protect your mental and physical well-being when caring for COVID-19 patients.
They state, “We are continuing to develop content for educators and healthcare workers, including videos on how to facilitate small- and large-group virtual learning sessions, and are updating the site regularly.
In addition to our free COVID-19 resources, we can also provide cost-effective, institutional pricing options for full access to the complete Osmosis platform for all of your colleagues and students. Our institutional programs include reporting and analytics dashboards to help faculty monitor student performance and utilization.
During this time of crisis, Osmosis is committed to making resources accessible to students, faculty, and healthcare workers to minimize educational disruptions and maximize the capacity of the healthcare system so our communities can flatten the curve and raise the line.”
When teaching remotely, you may need to facilitate small-group learning sessions via video conference. In the video below, Dr. Amin Azzam shares some best practices for what to do before, during, and after your remote-led sessions to make them a success.
Also, see recent webinar below. In this live recorded video, three educators from the Osmosis team—Amin Azzam, MD, MA, Sean Tackett, MD, MPH, and Catherine A. Johnson, MA—share strategies to promote clinical learning from a distance.
Please contact TDS Health for more details about Osmosis. Would you like to schedule an informational online webinar with us to learn more? If so, please click here, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-901-5494 to speak with a TDS Health Team Member.