New Trends in Medical Education During and Post COVID-19 Pandemic


  •   Pushpa Potaliya

  •   Surajit Ghatak


This sudden emerged crisis of COVID-19 pandemic has forced the medical units globally with practical and logistical trial and apprehensions for patient wellbeing. In addition, it has affected medical education by forcing them to stay away from the institutes for preventing potential spread of virus.  Mean time conventional classroom teaching and in-hand experience in training are affected. This short communication discusses the current transformation in medical education by adoption of newer trends, describes how COVID-19 may affect the standard curriculum and learning milieus, and scouts impending consequences in Post COVID-19 era for the future of medical education.

Keywords: COVID-19; Medical; Education; trends


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Potaliya, P., & Ghatak, S. (2020). New Trends in Medical Education During and Post COVID-19 Pandemic. European Journal of Medical and Health Sciences, 2(3).