Social and legal nuances in improvement of online health education: based on post COVID-19 experience

Abhishek Thommandru, Benarji Chakka
2022 International Journal of Health Sciences  
The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) epidemic has inflicted ruination on medical education and healthcare institutions all across the world. The illness has the potential to produce life- hanging circumstances, and ergo poses issues for medical education, as educationists must give lectures safely while maintaining the integrity and abidance of the medical education process. As a result, determining the usability of online learning techniques, as well as their viability and suitability for
more » ... dical scholars, is critical. The intent of this study was to present an overview of the scenario faced by medical scholars during the COVID-19 epidemic, as well as to identify medical scholars' knowledge, attitudes, and habits environing electronic medical education. To reduce the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic on medical education and progression, specific preventives and reforms must be enforced. The moment for change has here, and there should be wide support and excitement for effective druthers, like as online training and virtual clinical practise, to minimise the disturbance. Following these preventives, hands-on experience in a safe environment might be offered. Given the fact that covid-19 has led to economic challenges, there is a need to ensure that there is enough funding towards improving health professionals' education.
doi:10.53730/ijhs.v6ns1.4851 fatcat:v4g3fo6hybh65jypt3e5kwshrm