Open Access Letter to Editor Article ID: ACMPH-7-241

    The response of medical science education during COVID-19: Lessons for developing countries

    Reza Dehnavieh, Hadiseh Darvishzadeh, Samira Emadi, Hoda Ramezanifar, Atieh Keshavarz and Khalil Kalavani*

    The COVID -19 virus has profoundly affected everyone’s life, and students around the world are significantly involved in the changes occurred. With the spread and pandemic of the disease, educational institutions and centers were closed and higher education, especially medical sciences, were subject to changes. Medical education institutions took measures to increase the quality of distance education [1] and used a combination of teaching methods to create opportunities for brainstorming on effective distance education [2]. Therefore, strategies such as time management and critical thinking were used for students’ online learning [3] and appropriate communication, effective interaction, and efficient teaching were emphasized [4]. This article addressed the response of medical education for continuing distance education and stated the most important measures of medical education:


    Published on: May 26, 2021 Pages: 72-73

    Full Text PDF Full Text HTML DOI: 10.17352/2455-5479.000141
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