Medical schools pivot to prepare and protect students for front-line work
from Globe and Mail
Years of medical school, graduate school and clinical hours are meant to make doctors ready for anything. But no number of disaster-scenario trial runs or years of on-the-ground experience could have prepared health care professionals for the early weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Nothing like what’s happened with COVID-19 prepared us for what was coming,” says Parveen Wasi, associate dean of postgraduate medical education at McMaster University.
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