Doctor of Medicine White Coat Ceremony
Virtual White Coat Ceremony
Friday, August 7, 2020
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School of Medicine Orientation Week culminates with a white coat ceremony. The Arnold P. Gold Foundation Doctor of Medicine White Coat Ceremony welcomes incoming medical students and helps establish a psychological contract for the practice of medicine. The event emphasizes the importance of compassionate care for the patient as well as scientific proficiency. More than 95 percent of medical schools have a white coat ceremony. The School of Medicine held its first white coat ceremony in 1996 for the graduating class of 2000.
YouTube Live FAQs
Need help toubleshooting? Please look through the following frequently asked questions below.
- What are the system requirements for viewing the live stream?
How can I change the video player options? (with dial-up/slow connection speed, change to full view, etc).
How to watch videos on slow connections (such as dial-up), change to full view mode, change the quality of your video, and more.
What do all of the buttons mean on the YouTube video player?
On the player
- Seek slider: The seek slider is used to fast forward or rewind the video. To use the seek slider, first turn off Virtual cursor then tab to the slider. Use the left/right or up/down arrow keys to fast forward/rewind the video.
- Play/pause: The button text changes based on the status of the video. To replay the video, select the Play or K button after the video stops playing.
- Next: This button allows you to skip to the next video. If you don't have media buttons, you can also skip to the next video using Shift+N.
- Mute/unmute: This button changes depending on whether the video is muted or not muted.
- Volume slider: Use the left/right or up/down arrow keys to increase/decrease volume.
- Time elapsed/total duration: This section shows the total time elapsed over the total duration of the video. It shows you how much of the video has played already and how much there's still left to play.
- CC (Subtitles): If a video has subtitles, you can activate them through the C shortcut. The subtitles will be at the bottom of the video. To turn off subtitles, use the C shortcut again.
- This Settings button opens up a menu that allows you to make the following changes:
- Autoplay: Turn autoplay on or off.
- Annotations: Turn annotations on or off.
- Speed: Choose the speed of the video from normal, sped up, or slowed down.
- Subtitles: Turn subtitles on or off. You can also choose the language of the subtitles here, or choose auto-translation.
- Quality: Choose the pixel quality of the video you're currently watching. The available resolutions depend on how the video was uploaded and your internet speed. We recommend leaving this option on Auto so that the video quality is chosen based on your internet speed.
- Select Theater mode to expand the player. To go back to the original player size, select it again.
- Selecting Full screen maximizes the player to the size of your screen and removes everything outside the player. To exit full-screen mode, select Escape.
- Full screen is also useful if you want to get rid of the extra elements in the HTML page around the player. It will leave just the player on its own.
- I am getting an error message when I am trying to watch the live stream. What should I do?
I want to chat live during the ceremony but I am being prompted to “create a channel.”
In order to chat live during the ceremony you will first need to have your own channel on YouTube. Step by step instructions on how to create your channel if you are using this service for the first time.
- I am having video streaming issues, and I think it may be my internet connection, what can I do?
I am unable to join the live stream at 1:00 p.m. on May 14th, but still want to view the ceremony, will it be available after?
Absolutely. The program will be available for future viewing on this page.
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