Lessons Learned from Humanizing the Remote Learning Environment
March marks two years since concern about a global pandemic raced around the world. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020, learning had to suddenly transition to remote and virtual sessions. The School of Medicine migrated the Bridges Curriculum, including lectures, labs, and clinical learning experiences, to remote learning within six weeks. On the anniversary of the pivot to online learning, we reflect on the innovations that came from two years of working to humanize the remote learning experience and how the School of Medicine is leveraging the lessons learned to continue to improve the student learning experience.