Tag: Medical Education

Medical Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic; is E-learning a Precursor to a New Blended Education System?

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has swiftly spread over the world, prompting the World Health Organization (WHO) to designate it a pandemic on March 11, 2020. This pandemic, which brought about significant changes in many facets of our life, had enormous consequences for the worldwide population, health-care systems, economy, and education. The advice to maintain tight […]

Self Directed Learning and Its Application in Anatomy

In today’s medical field, new technologies are stepping in to help patients achieve positive results. New technologies necessitate qualified and skilled doctors to meet the obstacles of using the technology. When we are ready to learn new things on our own, i.e. self-directed learning, we can explore and update our own knowledge. Self-motivation to attain […]

Online Learning in the 21st Century: Perspectives from the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria

At the height of the COVID 19 outbreak, schools in Nigeria were closed and lectures were halted. With many expected obstacles, the capacity of the Nigerian educational environment to conduct online interactions may be stretched thin. Objectives: To determine medical students’ and residents’ existing knowledge with and use of online classroom platforms, as well as […]

Comments on Present Scenario of Medical Education in the State and the Country

“Aharnish Sevamahe” vguÊ’k lsokegs “Eternally at every moment in the Service of Humanity.” This is my life’s motto. The biggest producer of medical graduates will be India. In other words, the welfare of the world will be the responsibility of any Indian medical graduate. In India, we are keen to improve the state of affairs […]

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