Defining the Problem

This week, we have the opportunity to present our project to the Clinical Affiliate Liaison Group (CALG) of Harvard Medical School. We will use this opportunity to gather information from the leadership stakeholders on one problem in the Primary Clinical Experience (PCE) learning environment at Harvard Medical School. Using one single data is not enough to reframe the problem. Thus, we need to gather more data from multiple stakeholders to find the core problem that we are trying to solve.

We understand that we are still in the early stage of our project, and we acknowledge that it is essential to follow the stepwise design approach. We hope that the feedback that we will get from tomorrow’s presentation will help us in designing a human-centered learning experience.

MMSc in Medical Education Candidate at Harvard Medical School
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  1. Thanks for your post Dini; I’m very curious to hear how the presentation went. And you are absolutely right that the more data points you can gather to inform the problem the better. And working with stakeholders to help unpack their perceptions of the issues is a good strategy. I can’t wait to hear more about the presentation!

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