Building a digital-focused curriculum: Insights from an osteopathic medical school

Recorded March 18, 2021 | 1 hour
The Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine (Utah) is a new medical school admitting its first class of 90 students in Fall 2021.

Jennifer Brown, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, has been busy establishing the curriculum and learning objectives. What makes them unique is that the school will heavily rely on the use of video and other digital content in teaching students.

Join us to hear how one school is establishing a total digital learning experience for medical students.

About the speaker

Jennifer Brown
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine
Jennifer Brown attended Harvard University, and served as Senior Director for Kaplan Medical’s Institutional Programs before joining Noorda-COM. At Kaplan she managed teams for over 130 partner institutions including all U.S. and Caribbean allopathic and osteopathic medical schools, dental schools, pharmacy schools and physician assistant schools. Ms. Brown was selected as Curriculum Director for the Kaplan Medical Advisory Council in 2016 and had been a Faculty Development lead since 2006. She brings an in-depth knowledge of licensing exam standards and trends to the Associated Dean for Academic Affairs position. She has received certificates in leadership from Columbia Business School, in Healthcare Innovation from the Harvard Macy Institute, and is a Nutrition Therapist.

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