The Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship

Eva Holsinger


Eva Holsinger, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, developed a proposal that aimed to redesign a course to “make participants aware of the special needs of children and families in disaster situations, and understand public health approaches to address these needs. The learning objectives of the course include identifying the most important problems and priorities for children in disaster situations and their specific vulnerabilities, assessing epidemiologic issues and prioritizing relief efforts, recognizing key health indicators in displaced populations and planning interventions, and developing critical thinking and problem solving skills.” The manner outlined to accomplish this is the development by medical students of interactive multimedia modules that “include video and photography based on key information given in the case, and a narrator presenting the information on-screen in a newscast or documentary-style format, making it more of a multi-media presentation…video clips, enhanced photographs and other interactive learning tools in their talks.”

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