Presentation Title

Charting a way to mimic patient electronic medical records using Microsoft Teams

Proposal Format

Presentation

Track Choices

Instructional Technology

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic challenged faculty-members worldwide to find innovative ways to continue training our learners. In the Applied Health-Systems Pharmacy Laboratory course at the Medical University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy, pharmacy students used Microsoft Teams Class Notebook as a view-only electronic medical record (EMR) for order verification and patient evaluation modules. Patient charts were distributed via Class Notebook to learners as individuals or groups depending on the modules' needs. Benefits realized by using Class Notebook include seamless connection to personal versions of Microsoft OneNote, offering the flexibility of working offline, and easy deletion of deployed content allowing for reuse of content while protecting academic integrity. Limitations identified include the inability to use portable document format (PDF) files and, when deployed in bulk, patient charts downloaded into learners' versions out of order. The use of Class Notebook as an EMR can be executed remotely and was simple and efficient to use. By the end of this interactive presentation, audience members will be able to summarize the benefits and limitations of using Class Notebook as an EMR and apply this method to their own courses.

Location

Zoom Room 2

Start Date

16-7-2021 2:00 PM

End Date

16-7-2021 2:20 PM

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Charting a way to mimic patient electronic medical records using Microsoft Teams

Zoom Room 2

The COVID-19 pandemic challenged faculty-members worldwide to find innovative ways to continue training our learners. In the Applied Health-Systems Pharmacy Laboratory course at the Medical University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy, pharmacy students used Microsoft Teams Class Notebook as a view-only electronic medical record (EMR) for order verification and patient evaluation modules. Patient charts were distributed via Class Notebook to learners as individuals or groups depending on the modules' needs. Benefits realized by using Class Notebook include seamless connection to personal versions of Microsoft OneNote, offering the flexibility of working offline, and easy deletion of deployed content allowing for reuse of content while protecting academic integrity. Limitations identified include the inability to use portable document format (PDF) files and, when deployed in bulk, patient charts downloaded into learners' versions out of order. The use of Class Notebook as an EMR can be executed remotely and was simple and efficient to use. By the end of this interactive presentation, audience members will be able to summarize the benefits and limitations of using Class Notebook as an EMR and apply this method to their own courses.