Constructive Disruption in Medical Education | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Constructive Disruption in Medical Education

Author(s):Suban Mohammed Gouse Saleem and Helen Suban Mohammed Gouse

In recent years, many major innovations in healthcare and medical education have been experienced. Technology has called for a change in most of the societal norms. Critics and advocates have varying opinions toward the online education, some believe that it literary disrupts the traditional learning while others term it as an essential tool for development. Due to intricate nature of some medical topics as well as varying global privileges, most students are forced to seek information online. This has led to the emerging technologies which serve as a tool for supplementing medical education. Some institutions have come forward to make education freely accessible to third world countries through web-based programs. Most offer education through an informal approach. However, they offer certificates to their distant learner. This paper explores how online learning supplements medical learning and especially in the higher education platforms, ultimately leads to the constructive disruption, which is certainly not destructive.

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