The use of digital technology in health professions education can aid in overcoming some of the health workforce-related difficulties by making medical education and training more accessible, standardised, relevant, timely, and inexpensive.
Until recently, digital education was thought to be largely used to supplement in-person health professions education. The social distancing techniques implemented to combat the COVID-19 epidemic have drastically altered the delivery of health professions education around the world.
Many medical schools and health professions education institutes were compelled to make the transition to digital education. Research and evidence in digital health professions education have become even more crucial as a result of this rapid transformation.
McGraw Hill's goal is to support healthcare workers, regardless of their starting point, in discovering their full potential. McGraw seeks to facilitate access to all the value education has to offer by providing high-quality, trusted content developed by world-class academics, as well as adaptable tools to fulfill the demands of various teaching and learning styles. Its digital platforms give data-driven insights, adapting to meet learners where they are and progressing with them as they achieve their objectives.
Technology that effortlessly integrates into educator and student life, both inside and outside of the classroom, makes personalised learning easier, according to McGraw Hill, which boasts several impressive online learning solutions including McGraw Hill Connect®, ALEKS®, McGraw Hill Connect® Master and more.
At Arab Health, we caught up with McGraw Hill's Amanda Peck, VP Sales and Marketing to speak about their innovative range of products and how it is taking medical education to the next level.