Training of Medical Students during and after the COVID-19 Pandemiс in Uzbekistan
Asian Journal of Research and Reports in Ophthalmology,
In the beginning of March 2020, the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) spread worldwide. Therefore, the purpose of this work was to report how training in ophthalmology was conducted in Uzbekistan during and after the pandemic. In our country student learning had continued and moved online since April 2020 (e.g., Moodle, Zoom). Lectures were converted from group meetings in conference rooms to online video conferences (Zoom). Virtual reality surgical simulators were developed. The long-term positive impact is that online video lectures and virtual clinical cases are likely to continue after the pandemic and will benefit our students and residents for self-directed learning, which will improve the quality of learning now and in the future.
- Coronavirus disease
- student learning
- video conferences
- distance learning
- virtual clinical cases
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