Will COVID-19 drive innovation within medical education and residency training?

Youssef Kharbach, Abdelhak Khallouk
2020 Integrative Journal of Medical Sciences  
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is now declared as a Public Health Emergency of International Concern by the The World Health Organization (WHO). Thus, on March 22 the Moroccan government adopted the texts relating to the implementation of the state of health emergency including quarantine and physical distancing. Subsequently, students, residents and faculty should adapt to this unpredictable situation. Our medicine faculty had quickly transitioned the entire medical education program to
more » ... cation program to online formats to prevent delays in educational progress. As professors, we have the mission of maintaining high-quality resident education. Technology gave us the possibility to ensure correct medical education. Professors of our faculty are sharing their practices with their peers to satisfy graduation requirements on-time and achieve quality online learning.
doi:10.15342/ijms.7.153 fatcat:ovb5vr2srfechit3xjjnjh23hm