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Experience of distant training of medical students in inner diseases via online-platform Zoom

V.A. Sergeeva
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V.A. Sergeeva is Cand.Sci. (Medicine), Assistant of Hospital Therapy sub-faculty at Saratov State Medical University n.a. V.I. Razymovsky e-mail:


Presented is experience in distant education of medicine students on the base of online-platform ZOOM. In the current epidemiological situation university teachers had to adapt to new conditions of teaching. Due to widespread of Internet and availability of a large range of gadgets, it became possible fully communicate with students at a distance. However, training of a future doctor requires not only theoretical knowledge, but also practical skills, that are of great importance in teaching in clinical disciplines. Direct contact with patient is necessary for accumulation of experience in collecting complaints, anamnesis, and practicing patient examination techniques, taking into account the specifics of each clinical discipline. The article presents the author’s own pedagogical experience and subsequent evaluation of the positive and negative aspects of practical exercises conducted by 6th year students at medical faculty with the use of online platform.

Key words: distant education, internal diseases, internet conference, medical students, pedagogical experience, online platform.



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