From: NPR

Anatomy, without interruption

How technology enabled seamless learning during the pandemic

September 09, 2021

As a new institution opening its doors amid a global pandemic, Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine was uniquely positioned to adapt to remote learning when needed. One clear example of this is how KPSOM’s Medical Education Building was able to accommodate first-year medical students is its Anatomy Resource Center.

Dr. José Barral, KPSOM Chair of Biomedical Science, tells NPR’s “All Things Considered” how technology has enabled students to learn anatomy, without interruption, during the pandemic. First-year medical student Ashlynn Torres also shares her experiences with adapting to the changes.

Listen to the story here .