Jay S. Feldstein, DO '81, President and CEO of PCOM, discusses how medical students can play a critical role in the nation's inoculation efforts.
Video and web technologies allow DO students to diagnose and treat simulated patients during virtual case scenarios.
PCOM professor Erik Polan, DO, discusses the steps families should take to mitigate the risk of spreading the virus after holiday gatherings.
Large family gatherings can create a domino effect, meaning one person infected with COVID-19 can make many other people sick.
Physical therapy students are using household items and family members to create videos about exercises and techniques.
Desk space under tents allow students to study in the presence of their peers while maintaining proper health and safety precautions.
The DO program's committees will conduct admissions interviews online to ensure safety and lower costs for prospective students.
Ten week webinar series and discussion groups help students learn research laboratory techniques and safety protocols.
With the transition to remote work and learning that accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents and caregivers now find themselves in the role of teacher.
MyLifeAid, a subsidiary of PCS Wireless, will help provide technology and safety equipment as PCOM returns to campus.