Saurav Misra* and Ajay K Shukla
Department of Pharmacology, AIIMS Bhopal, IndiaFulltext PDF
The SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the medical education and health-care industries. All schools and universities, including medical colleges, were closed as part of a nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of the disease. During this period medical education was delivered through online lectures and interactive tutorials using newer efforts such as Zoom, Google Classroom, and Google Meet. As there is uncertainty for how long this situation will last, we should embrace modern online teaching approaches to ensure that medical education continues during this hard time. Involvement of medical students and residents in pandemic activities can benefit their development of comprehensive non-cognitive traits as leadership and adaptability, in addition to textbook knowledge.
Misra S, Shukla AK. Medical Student Education in the Time of SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic: Indian Scenario. Am J
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