COVID-19 pandemic affects every person’s activity all over the world. In such a situation, medical schools and colleges had to derive new ways to educate and impart knowledge out of necessity. Some of these methods will go beyond the pandemic to reshape the earlier curriculum to train future doctors.
Here are some ways listed below which assist you how pandemic transform medical education and tell us how to study hard–
Focus on public health
As we know, due to this large pandemic population needs hospitals and medical staff readily. But our country faces a due shortage of medicinal infrastructure facilities and staff; this arises the need to engage learners or apprentice as evidence-based ambassadors. This situation made people more concerned about their health and how long it takes to improve the health of our communities.
Potential to re-evaluate graduation requirements
The pandemic scenario proved to us why it is necessary to think about early graduation for medical students. It is seen that a vast population get infected and need immediate hospital conditions and health care staff, but due to shortage of medical staff, we suffer a huge loss. Thus it is essential to put more emphasis on practical knowledge rather than spending 4-5 years on theoretical knowledge so that even trainees know how to study hard and serve their best services to deal with the crises.
New approach to crisis management
In order to deal with the pandemic, several new laws and rules are framed. To implement such regulations, various strict actions are taken, and at this time, the behaviors of several front-line warriors so brutal and violent. This is not an excellent way to manage the crisis; we all should understand each other situation and tries to cooperate with maximum efforts.
Support diverse learning
AMA has framed a guideline regarding the selection of resources to help residents, medical faculty, and students during this epidemic to manage shifting timelines, rotations, adjustment, or cancellation of testing at this time.