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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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Opinion of Medical Teachers’ Regarding OnlineEducation During COVID-19: A Questionnaire-Based Study

Author: , ANAM YAHYA, PRAMILA YADAV, PRADNYA DEOLEKAR, KAVITHA DONGERKERY, AZRA NASEEM, MAYAKALYANI SRIVATHSAN, AAKANSHA SINGH
Abstract: Background: The COVID-19 pandemic continues to have a lasting damage on every aspect of human life. Education as a sector specially in a developing country like India has always relied on classroom teaching with close interaction present between students and teachers and personal demonstration. With lockdown being imposed all over the country, teaching methodology had to be changed suddenly. Online teaching and assessment were adopted in a medical college which was a very new approach. Objective: With this study, we aimed to study the different online teaching practices in medical colleges and teachers’ perspective on online education. Methods: A cross section observational study was conducted in June 2021 to evaluate this using an online semi-structured questionnaire. Results: 46% of teacher’s were unsatisfied with online teaching. The teacher’s found online teaching to be poor when it came to interaction, individual student personal attention, and practical demonstration. Significant association of satisfaction status was found with gender, previous use of technology and the online platform used. This was found by calculating the p-value and binary logistic regression. Conclusion: In a medical college, particularly the teachers from clinical departments where more hands-on training is required were more unsatisfied because of its complete lack in online teaching methods. With gradual training of all educators, better use of the available technology and innovation coming up in areas that can help improve interaction between students and teachers' online teaching can reach a stage where the significance of improving affordability, accessibility and quality of education can be achieved.
Keyword: COVID-19, Online teaching, Teachers’ during COVID-19, Education Technology, Health professionals’ education, Medical education, Virtual medical education, Online teaching in medical education, Teacher’s perspective.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2023.15.03.008
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