van der Schaar Lab

Revolutionizing Healthcare – AI Education for Clinicians: New Skills for a New Era

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 28th Revolutionizing Healthcare engagement series on 10 October. 

In the session, we delved deep into the significance of AI in medical education, exploring vital topics such as:

  1. What are the most crucial AI skills that future clinicians should be equipped with? 
  2. How should medical schools go about incorporating AI training into their existing curricula? 
  3. What should we do to ensure that future clinicians are empowered with the knowledge, tools, and confidence to change patient outcomes through AI?

If you missed the live session or wish to revisit the discussions, we’d strongly recommend watching the archived video, which is now available on YouTube.

A special thank you to our panel of renowned experts: Prof Robert D Stevens (Johns Hopkins University), Professor Daniel SW Ting (Duke-NUS, Singapore & Stanford University), Dr Ari Ercole (University of Cambridge), Matthias Carl Laupichler (University Bonn), and Dr. Liam McCoy (University of Toronto). Their valuable insights provided a comprehensive view of the challenges and opportunities at the intersection of medical education and AI.

We were privileged to have Tim Schubert and Tim Oosterlinck, two affiliated medical students at the van der Schaar Lab, host this session.

Stay tuned for more in our Revolutionizing Healthcare series, by signing up here.

Past sessions are available for viewing in our Archive.

Thank you for being a part of this revolutionizing journey with us, and we look forward to having you join us for the next session on 8 November.

Andreas Bedorf