ADEE Tech Talks and the ADEE Tech Expo are moving online.
With a tagline of 'Innovative Dental Education Post Lockdown'
The role played by new technologies and online platforms during the COVID-19 lock down has taught us valuable lessons and this is our focus for this session. The session is member hosted and its content member driven, bringing together academic and corporate partners to share their experiences of using technologies to continue to delivery dental education in times of lockdown and pandemic social distancing. The overall aim is to blend academic and corporate experiences of the use and benefit of technologies in delivering dental education along with an opportunity for our corporate partners to receive feedback from their service users based on extensive use during the pandemic.
Our session chairs Carlos Serrano and Marjoke Vervoorn from ACTA (Academisch Centrum Tandheelkunde Amsterdam), The Netherlands facilitated live discussions based on the selected abstract submissions. The session was recorded for on demand viewing which you can now do below.
|Welcome from Session Chairs:
Marjoke Vervoorn & Carlos Serrano - ACTA, The Netherlands
|Are Dental Schools prepared for the “new normal”? Organisational and educational challenges in integrating e- into the curriculum.
Argyro Kavadella, Athens Greece
|Remote teaching in a preclinical phantom course in operative dentistry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Philipp Kanzow, Christiane Krantz-Schäfers, Michael Hülsmann - University Medical Center Göttingen, Germany
|Tech Expo Presentations
James Markey - HRV Simulation
Karel van Gelder - SIMtoCARE
|Supporting clinical skills learning online and in-class.
Michael Botelho - The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
|Remote development of clinical competences.
Tahir Hamza - Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
|Q&A - Closing remarks
After the ADEE tech talks session the participant will be able to:
- Provide an overview of the use of new technologies and online platforms during the COVID-19 lockdown at various dental programs
- Reflect on experiences and lessons learned during the COVID-19 lockdown for future educational and training developments in dentistry
- Have insight in the potential for permanent curricular innovation using technology related solutions and can discuss how to move forward