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Weissmann, Yael
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Useini, Mirdita
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Goldhahn, Jörg
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2021-08-06T12:10:24Z
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2021-07-15T10:58:22Z
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2021-08-06T12:10:24Z
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2021
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2366-5017
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10.3205/zma001408
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http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11850/495252
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10.3929/ethz-b-000495252
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COVID-19 has turned the 2020 spring semester upside down. Three days before the start of the block week of the “Teamwork” module, the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) announced the ban on live interaction, which made it impossible to conduct five days of practice in the simulation centre of the University Hospital of Zurich. But how can the teaching of all the learning objectives necessary for medical training be guaranteed during an exceptional situation with constantly changing conditions? In the case of the BSc Human Medicine at ETH Zurich (ETHZ), the answer is: Hybrid teaching. The field report “COVID-19 as a chance for hybrid teaching concepts” outlines how ETHZ switched to hybrid teaching within a very short time and how hospital placements were combined with video conferences. The qualitative surveys conducted at the end of the semester and the weekly quantitative surveys of students from March to June indicate the importance of personal exchange despite the ban on contact and that interactivity is possible even without physical proximity. An example from the autumn semester will also be used to show which aspects have proved to be successful and can therefore be retained.
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en
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German Medical Science (GMS)
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hybrid teaching
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teamwork
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medical education
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COVID-19
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COVID-19 as a chance for hybrid teaching concepts
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Journal Article
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Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International
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2021-01-28
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GMS Journal for Medical Education
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38
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1
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12
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5 p.
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