Training Future Doctors on Screen a Hit or a Miss During Covid
AbstractResearch was conducted amongst undergraduate medical students to compare how their scores and performance differed when assessed online with various tools like Socrative and Zoom and at the bedside in real time.
MethodsData was collected from exam records of 48 students retrospectively and results were compiled.
Results  It was observed that 62.5% students scored above 70% in the socrative scoring and a gradual decrease was observed in as 39.6% scored above 70% by zoom scoring while only 2.1% in real time scoring system.
Conclusion  We concluded that bedside teaching and clerkship is a significant contributor to student performance. Elearning, while has revolutionized teaching in covid times, needs to be modified in ways to accommodate this aspect.
Keywords:E learning, Clinical skills, medical education.
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