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Kerala bir tıp kurumunda COVID-19 pandemisi sırasında tıp öğrencileri arasında e-öğrenime yönelik algıları

Year 2021, Volume 19, Issue 3, 235 - 243, 02.12.2021
https://doi.org/10.20518/tjph.848138

Abstract

Devam eden COVID-19 salgını, dünya çapında eğitim sektöründe büyük bir değişiklik yaptı. Bizi gerekli müfredatı tamamlamak için alternatif olarak internet medyasına başvurmaya zorladı. Amaç: Kerala’daki özel tıp kurumundaki tıp öğrencilerinin E-öğrenme algılarını değerlendirmek. Yöntem: Özel bir tıp kurumundaki tıp öğrencileri arasında 2 aylık bir süre boyunca kesitsel bir çalışma yapıldı. Çalışmaya tüm gruplardan katılmayı kabul eden üç yüz iki tıp öğrencisi dahil edildi. Veriler, Google formları aracılığıyla yarı yapılandırılmış bir anket kullanılarak toplandı. Bulgular: E-öğrenmeyi geleneksel sınıfta öğrenmeye göre öğrencilerin% 19.9’u tercih etmiş ve% 74.2’si zor olarak algılamıştır. Öğrencilerin yaklaşık yarısı gelecekteki eğitimleri ve kariyerleri konusunda endişeliydi. Öğrenme esnekliği (% 75.5) önemli bir avantaj iken, teknolojik kısıtlamalar (% 85.6), göz yorgunluğu (% 60.3), motivasyon eksikliği(% 54), E-öğrenmenin listelediği kısıtlamalardan bazılarıydı. Sonuç: Genel olarak, tıp öğrencilerinin dörtte üçü iyi bir E-öğrenme deneyimi yaşamıştır. Bununla birlikte, tıp üniversiteleri tarafından öğretim tekdüzeliğini sürdürmek ve tıp eğitiminin kalitesini korumak için kabul edilebilir alternatifler benimsenmelidir.

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Perceptions of e-learning among medical students during COVID-19 pandemic in a medical institution, Kerala

Year 2021, Volume 19, Issue 3, 235 - 243, 02.12.2021
https://doi.org/10.20518/tjph.848138

Abstract

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has made a smorgasbord of changes in the educational sector worldwide. It has compelled us to resort to internet media as an alternative to complete the required syllabus. Objective: To assess the perceptions of E-learning among medical students in private medical institution in Kerala. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted among medical students in a private medical institution for a period of 2 months. Three hundred and two medical undergraduates from all batches who consented to participate were included in the study. Data was collected using a semi structured questionnaire through Google forms. Results: E-learning was preferred by 19.9% students over conventional classroom learning and 74.2% perceived it as difficult. Nearly half of the students were anxious about their future education and career. Flexibility of learning (75.5%) was a major advantage whereas technological constraints (85.6%), fatigue of eyes (60.3%), lack of motivation(54%) were some of the constraints of E-learning listed by them. Conclusion: Overall, three – fourth of the medical students have had a good E-learning experience. However acceptable alternatives are to be adopted by the medical universities for maintaining the uniformity of teaching and retaining the quality of medical education.

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  • COVID-19 on the undergraduate medical curriculum. Med Educ Online [Internet].2020;25(1):20–2.
  • Vision 2015 Booklet. Medical Council of India. Available from: www.mciindia.org/tools announcement/MCI booklet.pdf.Accessed June 18. 2016.
  • Hiwarkar M, Taywade O. Assessment of knowledge , attitude and skills towards e-learning in first year medical students. Int J Res Med Sci. 2019;7(11):4119–23.
  • Ruiz JG, Mintzer MJ, Leipzig RM. The impact of e-learning in medical education. Acad Med. 2006;81(3):207–12.
  • Bower M, Dalgarno B, Kennedy GE, Lee MJW,Kenney J. Design and implementation factors in blended synchronous learning environments: Outcomes from a crosscase analysis. Comput Educ [Internet]. 2015;86:1 17. A
  • Dhir SK, Verma D, Batta M, Mishra D. E-learning in medical education in India.Indian Pediatr. 2017;54(10):871–7.
  • Chola R, Kasimba P, George R, Rajan R. COVID-19 and E-learning : Perception of Freshmen Level Physics Students at Lusaka Apex Medical University. 2020; 5(4).67-76.
  • Article O, Mukhtar K, Javed K, Arooj M,Sethi A. Advantages , Limitations and Recommendations for online learning during COVID-19 pandemic era. 2020;36:27–31.
  • Wani H. The Relevance of E-Learning in Higher Education. Jurnal Kajian Pendidikan. January 2013;3(2):181-194.
  • Rafi AM, Varghese PR, Kuttichira P. The Pedagogical Shift During COVID 19 Pandemic : Online Medical Education, Barriers and Perceptions in Central Kerala. 2020;10–3.
  • Kumar AP, On A, Padmavathi P. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice towards E –Learning Among Medical Undergraduate Students. IOSR J Appl Phys. 2015;7(4):1–4.
  • Scenario amidst Covid-19- Onground situations and possible solutions, Child rights NGO Smile foundation. 2020. Available at: https://www.telegraphindia.com/india/coronaviruslockdown-study-bares-digital-divide/ cid/1780701. Accessed on 19th June 2020.
  • Internet usage in India - statistics & facts. Available at:https://www.statista.com/topics/2157/internet-usage-in-india/.Accessed on August 8th 2020.
  • Zachariah A, Albright S, Grandin W, Anand A, Berman H,Lee MY, et al. Adapting a US university e-learning system for an Indian medical school: team building through student ambassadors. Available from: https:// www.researchgate.net/publication/232252098_Ad.
  • Kaur et al. Effectiveness of e-learning to conventional teaching in medical undergraduates. National Journal of Physiology, Pharmacy and Pharmacology.2020;10(7):563-567.
  • Abbasi S, Ayoob T, Malik A, Memon SI. Perceptions of students regarding E-learning during Covid-19 at a private medical college. 2020;36:2–6.
  • Martinez IG, Sanchiz DC, Bataneron JMF, Rosa ALDL. Using Mobile Devices for Improving Learning Outcomes and Teachers’ Professionalization. Sustainability. 2019;11:6917.
  • Subedi S, Nayaju S, Subedi S, Shah SK, Shah JM. Impact of E-learning during COVID-19 Pandemic among Nursing Students and Teachers of Nepal. Int J Sci Healthc Res [Internet]. 2020;5(September):68.Available from: www.ijshr.com
  • FK, Alkanzi, Abd algader AA, Ibrahim ZA , Krar AO, Osman MA KN. bÜ|z|ÇtÄTÜà|vÄx. Sudan JMS. 2014;9(1).
  • Obi IE, Charles-Okoli AN, Agunwa CC,Omotowo BI, Ndu AC, Agwu-Umahi OR.E-learning readiness from perspectives of medical students: A survey in Nigeria.Niger J Clin Pract. 2018;21(3):293–300.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Health Care Sciences and Services
Journal Section Original Research
Authors

Babita KURUVİLLA This is me
Sree Narayana Institute of Medical Science
0000-0001-6411-1883
India


Ann THOMAS This is me
Sree Narayana Institute of Medical Science
0000-0003-2103-8203
India


Jacob KALLİATH This is me
Sree Narayana Institute of Medical Science
0000-0003-4351-109X
India


Alexander JOHN (Primary Author)
Sree Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences
0000-0001-9607-3404
India


Brilly ROSE This is me
Sree Narayana Institute of Medical Science
0000-0002-2574-0246
India

Supporting Institution Sree Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences
Project Number 20
Publication Date December 2, 2021
Application Date December 28, 2020
Acceptance Date August 8, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2021, Volume 19, Issue 3

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Bibtex @research article { tjph848138, journal = {Turkish Journal of Public Health}, issn = {}, eissn = {1304-1088}, address = {}, publisher = {Turkish Society of Public Health Specialists}, year = {2021}, volume = {19}, pages = {235 - 243}, doi = {10.20518/tjph.848138}, title = {Perceptions of e-learning among medical students during COVID-19 pandemic in a medical institution, Kerala}, key = {cite}, author = {Kuruvilla, Babita and Thomas, Ann and Kalliath, Jacob and John, Alexander and Rose, Brilly} }
APA Kuruvilla, B. , Thomas, A. , Kalliath, J. , John, A. & Rose, B. (2021). Perceptions of e-learning among medical students during COVID-19 pandemic in a medical institution, Kerala . Turkish Journal of Public Health , 19 (3) , 235-243 . DOI: 10.20518/tjph.848138
MLA Kuruvilla, B. , Thomas, A. , Kalliath, J. , John, A. , Rose, B. "Perceptions of e-learning among medical students during COVID-19 pandemic in a medical institution, Kerala" . Turkish Journal of Public Health 19 (2021 ): 235-243 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/tjph/issue/66033/848138>
Chicago Kuruvilla, B. , Thomas, A. , Kalliath, J. , John, A. , Rose, B. "Perceptions of e-learning among medical students during COVID-19 pandemic in a medical institution, Kerala". Turkish Journal of Public Health 19 (2021 ): 235-243
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ISNAD Kuruvilla, Babita , Thomas, Ann , Kalliath, Jacob , John, Alexander , Rose, Brilly . "Perceptions of e-learning among medical students during COVID-19 pandemic in a medical institution, Kerala". Turkish Journal of Public Health 19 / 3 (December 2021): 235-243 . https://doi.org/10.20518/tjph.848138
AMA Kuruvilla B. , Thomas A. , Kalliath J. , John A. , Rose B. Perceptions of e-learning among medical students during COVID-19 pandemic in a medical institution, Kerala. TurkJPH. 2021; 19(3): 235-243.
Vancouver Kuruvilla B. , Thomas A. , Kalliath J. , John A. , Rose B. Perceptions of e-learning among medical students during COVID-19 pandemic in a medical institution, Kerala. Turkish Journal of Public Health. 2021; 19(3): 235-243.
IEEE B. Kuruvilla , A. Thomas , J. Kalliath , A. John and B. Rose , "Perceptions of e-learning among medical students during COVID-19 pandemic in a medical institution, Kerala", Turkish Journal of Public Health, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 235-243, Dec. 2021, doi:10.20518/tjph.848138

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