This scenario certainly opens up the need for a metamorphosis in the learning environments. Modern strategies and techniques that ensure scope for learning by adhering to social distancing norms are already in practice in various medical institutes. The pre-existing digital platforms and domains, providing online classes, lectures, and discussions have come in handy during this crisis scenario. These changes that originate from the profound effects of COVID-19 may forever change the way by which future physicians are educated.
Clinical trials of several promising treatments and vaccines are carried out on a full swing in different parts of the world at an unprecedented rate. However the mixed results from these clinical trials have brought both hopes and concerns to the world that is going through one of the toughest times in the history of mankind.
Healthcare workers have been trained to deal with whatever that comes through the hospital doors but the coronavirus pandemic is like nothing they have ever experienced. As the pandemic extends its fatality across borders, the warriors in white coats are doing their level best to combat the situation. However most of these frontline soldiers are facing burnouts, depression, PTSD, and other forms of psychological trauma.
The long-fought COVID-19 war will certainly result in grave repercussions as well as a plethora of changes in the healthcare landscape. The healthcare sector should gear up for yet another challenge soon after the pandemic.
“Every cloud has a silver lining” At a time when the entire globe is under the dark clouds of coronavirus, the healthcare sector in the country has a new ally in its fight against the global pandemic. Guess who? A host of innovations and groundbreaking changes are making their way on to the Indian healthcare […]
The world immunization week of 2020 has come at a time, when the entire globe is under the dark clouds of coronavirus pandemic. The immunization week observed from 24th to 30th April is aimed at raising awareness about timely vaccination and to increase the immunization against vaccine-preventable diseases.
Even though the Epidemic Disease (Amendment) ordinance provides welcome relief amid the attacks, the amendments to the 123-year-old act cannot be portrayed as a savior of healthcare professionals in the long run.
The debates on how to end weeks of lockdown without risking a second wave had been gaining momentum over the past few days. Meanwhile, the World Health Organization (WHO) released a new strategic response document detailing a set of six criteria to move towards the new normal “By putting societies and economies on hold, we […]
At a time when the country is struggling to bring down the number of coronavirus cases, what do you think the current status of the state in India which reported the first coronavirus cases would be? Thousands of cases and more number of deaths? More cases emerging day by day? No. The ironical fact here […]
In these times where the whole world is battling against the coronavirus, some stories of humanity and hope are what keeps us all motivated. One such story of humanity is about a Lucknow doctor who recently got discharged from the hospital after being treated for Coronavirus, raring to get back into the fight against COVID-19. […]