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COVID-19 teaching
1. The Pedagogical Shift During COVID 19 Pandemic: Online Medical Education,
Barriers and Perceptions in Central Kerala.
In the article of Rafi et al. (3) the authors explained several consequences of the pandemic
event in online medical education, they also describe various perspectives about the changes that
have occurred in the last months. Due to COVID 19 pandemic, many educational instutitions
including medical colleges were closed after February 2020 in Kerala, India. Several colleges
started online classes using various e-platforms. In this article, the authors reported various
perceptions and barriers of undergraduate students by an online questionnaire after experiencing
some time with e-classes. The authors also described the dynamic of online classes, most of the
students and members of the faculty used platforms like recorded YouTube videos or Google
classroom. Related departments used some other types of platforms, for example, the department
of Physiology used the Impartus platform. The authors described that the students were exposed
to 3 different online platforms. Among those students, most of the students reported that the
service of Impartus is better than other related platforms, followed by YouTube and Google
classroom. After several responses, the authors determined that most than the 60% of the students
preferred recorded classes and over the 20% live classes. Also, several submissions were mainly
through the online platform itself, email submission to the department, or the faculty. 47 percent
of the students preferred classes to be of 30 to 45 minutes duration and a minority of students felt
that the classes should be short and below 30minutes. Besides this, only a diminished number of
the students favored a centralized online class by the university. The authors determined that the
process of education for students cannot be discontinued for long and that the use of platforms is

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very important and useful. The authors determined that the quality of online platforms is
correlated with the quality of education in this times.
2. Using technology to maintain the education of residents during the COVID-19
pandemic
In the article written by Chick et al. (729), there is explained the challenges that have arisen
for the surgical residency programs. They argue that COVID-19 is a major challenge for
maintaining education in surgical residency programs. The educational processes have rapidly
changed due to the recommended restrictions of several institutions. Organizations such as the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have changed the rules of several programs related to
the education of residents. The authors aimed to scope the problem that medical residents are
experiencing including the new model of education and to suggest several methods that may be
used to diminish this problem such as, surgical videos, procedural simulation, telemedicine
clinics, use of surgical videos, or related media and personal lectures. Throughout the article
Chick et al. (729) proposed several solutions to the current existent problem. In the solutions,
they were integrated innovative measures to maintain rigorous education. The authors showed
different methods to achieve an education with quality for surgical residency programs and other
related programs. They integrated the importance of the structure of the online classroom model
and also the activities related. They suggested including several activities to maintain active
participation. The results of this article demonstrate the efficiency of the methods suggested,
despite this, the authors declare the relevance of presential classes and practices including
operative experience and direct patient care. The support of national organizations may be
beneficial in this kind of process including online learning due to several complications. They
determined that the use of a series of innovative methods or solutions in online platforms and the

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COVID-19 teaching 1. The Pedagogical Shift During COVID 19 Pandemic: Online Medical Education, Barriers and Perceptions in Central Kerala. In the article of Rafi et al. (3) the authors explained several consequences of the pandemic event in online medical education, they also describe various perspectives about the changes that have occurred in the last months. Due to COVID 19 pandemic, many educational instutitions including medical colleges were closed after February 2020 in Kerala, India. Several colleges started online classes using various e-platforms. In this article, the authors reported various perceptions and barriers of undergraduate students by an online questionnaire after experiencing some time with e-classes. The authors also described the dynamic of online classes, most of the students and members of the faculty used platforms like recorded YouTube videos or Google classroom. Related departments used some other types of platforms, for example, the department of Physiology used the Impartus platform. The authors described that the students were exposed to 3 different online platforms. Among those students, most of the students reported that the service of Impartus is better than other related platforms, followed by YouTube and Google classroom. After several responses, the authors determined that most than the 60% of the students preferred recorded classes and over the 20% live classes. Also, several submissions were mainly through the online platform itself, e ...
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