Open Access Letter to Editor Article ID: ACMPH-7-240

    Challenges of equity in medical education in developing countries during COVID-19

    Mahdieh Motie, Reza Dehnavieh and Khalil Kalavani*

    Various measures have been taken to combat the COVID-19 epidemic, most of which have been in the areas of ​​trade and services. Universities and higher education have also been significantly affected because the gathering of students in enclosed places can spread the pandemic. Millions of students are currently affected by the COVID-19 epidemic. Medical education provides treatment teams with the knowledge and skills necessary to deliver appropriate health services. It has been severely affected by the epidemic, but the current emergencies have fortunately provided an incentive for educational innovation [1].


    Published on: May 26, 2021 Pages: 70-71

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-5479.000140
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