E-learning in Medical Education – Implementation
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The aim of this paper is to analyse the implementation of e-learning in medical education, exemplified by classes in basic medical sciences, and to present the results of their evaluation provided by medicine students (n=478) during the academic year 2014/2015 (group 1) and 2015/2016 (group 2). During the two years of teaching the subject of pathophysiology, they used an open-source elearning portal as well as e-courses, being identical in terms of contents, communication and organisation. The only differences concerned the format and structure of audiovisual materials introduced after the classes were assessed by group 1. The evaluation given by the students of the two groups was analysed in terms of suitability of the educational materials, work using the e-learning portal and the general way of conducting the classes. The results indicate that the proposed implementation of blended learning (b-learning) in teaching future physicians appeared to be a success and is worth continuing, which is also expected by students themselves. In the authors' opinion, the presented results and the process of e-learning will encourage other educational units to undertakesimilar innovative projects for education methods used at medical science or health science courses.
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