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      Helping medical educators world‐wide pivot their curricula online: PivotMedEd.com

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      Medical Education

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          The COVID‐19 pandemic resulted in many countries implementing restrictions on group gatherings and educational events, creating imperatives for educators to move curricula online with short notice. Within medical schools and health sciences programs, this urgency was compounded by competing priorities of healthcare delivery, since many educators were also clinicians.

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          Contributors
          dkeegan@ucalgary.ca
          Journal
          Med Educ
          Med Educ
          10.1111/(ISSN)1365-2923
          MEDU
          Medical Education
          John Wiley and Sons Inc. (Hoboken )
          0308-0110
          1365-2923
          11 May 2020
          Affiliations
          [ 1 ] Family Medicine Cumming School of Medicine University of Calgary Calgary AB Canada
          [ 2 ] Faculty Development and Performance Cumming School of Medicine University of Calgary Calgary AB Canada
          [ 3 ] Department of Pediatrics and Child Health University of Manitoba Winnipeg MB Canada
          [ 4 ] Shantou University Academic Exchange Max Rady College of Medicine University of Manitoba Winnipeg MB Canada
          [ 5 ] Office of Leadership Education Rady Faculty of Health Sciences University of Manitoba Winnipeg MB Canada
          [ 6 ] Division of Emergency Medicine Department of Medicine McMaster University Hamilton ON Canada
          [ 7 ] Program for Faculty Development Faculty of Health Sciences McMaster University Hamilton ON Canada
          [ 8 ] McMaster program for Education Research, Innovation, and Theory (MERIT) Hamilton ON Canada
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          Email: dkeegan@ 123456ucalgary.ca

          Article
          MEDU14220
          10.1111/medu.14220
          7272869
          32392352
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