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9:40 - 10:40 amThursday, September 24
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Learning Lab on Hacking #MedED Tech
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Learning Lab on Hacking #MedED Tech
MD, MS, Executive Director, Medicine X
Keck School of Medicine
The Stanford AIM Lab innovates in the thoughtful use of educational technologies for post-graduate medical education in anesthesia. How might educators without access to local innovation labs thoughtfully... Read more

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The Stanford AIM Lab innovates in the thoughtful use of educational technologies for post-graduate medical education in anesthesia. How might educators without access to local innovation labs thoughtfully incorporate instructional technologies into their curricula? How might educators create engaging blended learning and multimedia content with user-obvious and instructor-centric tools? In this learning lab, Dr. Chu and instructional designers from the Stanford AIM Lab will share their top tips for hacking instructional technologies in medical education.

 

Larry Chu is a practicing anesthesiologist who runs the Anesthesia Informatics and Media (AIM) lab at Stanford University. He is an Associate Professor of Anesthesia on the faculty of the Stanford University School of Medicine.

He is the Executive Director of Stanford Medicine X, a conference that aims to explore how emerging technologies will advance the practice of medicine, improve health, and empower patients to be active participants in their own care. When not organizing conferences, Dr. Chu studies how information technologies can be used to improve medical education and collaborates with researchers in simulation and computer science at Stanford to study how cognitive aids can improve health care outcomes. Dr. Chu also has an NIH-funded clinical research laboratory where he studies opioid analgesic tolerance and physical dependence.

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