World J Surg Surg Res | Volume 4, Issue 1 | Short Communication | Open Access

Dental Education in COVID-19 Pandemic

Daniel Sajdłowski, Wojciech Świątkowski* and Mansur Rahnama

Department of Oral Surgery, Medical University of Lublin, Poland

*Correspondance to: Wojciech Świątkowski 

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The emergence of the coronavirus pandemic introduced many disruptions in various areas of
life; it had a significant impact on dental education. Medical schools have had to move away from
patient-assisted clinical classes to remote or hybrid learning, and develop new safety protocols to
return to face-to-face activities as soon as possible. This study aims to present applicable methods of
protecting students, patients and teachers.
Clinical relevance: It is imperative that medical universities introduce new rules for conducting
clinical classes to optimize the safety of both students and patients in times of a pandemic.
A brief objectives statement: This article should describe the problems faced by students and
medical schools during the pandemic and propose possible solutions that should be implemented
in order to maintain the continuity of education without exposing students to the risk of infection
by (SARS-CoV-2).




Sajdłowski D, Świątkowski W, Rahnama M. Dental Education in COVID-19 Pandemic. World J Surg Surgical Res. 2021; 4: 1283..

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