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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44433

UNCOVER THE VARIABLES THAT EXPERTS BELIEVE ARE HARMFUL TO OUTPATIENT INSTRUCTION FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS

Dr Nadia Sajjad, Talha Mazhar, Dr Muhammad Awais Khan, Dr Nadia Hameed, Dr Umaar Ahmed, Zoya Abbas Qadri

Abstract

Aim:The current research examined the medical education existing literature in last year, from May 2020 to April 2021, to determine the challenges that scholars believe are detrimental to OPD teaching for medical students. Methods:This research utilized Medline to conduct theappraisal of medical education literature published through May 2020 and April 2021. This research concentrates on papers that describe negative aspects for OPD teaching through medical students also analyses the segments on outcomes, conversations, and findings. Results:This research adopted 33 articles from a total of 363 for analysis. Several factors are identified as barriers to outpatient education in such papers. Those same variables are divided into four barrier factions for didactic reasons: settingorganization, academic staff, students, in additionrespondents. The most commonly quoted barrier was academic staff-related teaching. The most shared and pertinent barrier to OPD medical education was apenetrating care schedule through little teaching time, accompanied by an unsuitable classroom setting and an insufficient supervision model. Conclusion:There seems to be a scarcity of latest researches on the blockades to effective OPD medical education. In literature, course directors, teaching staff, and educators have looked at the factors that are detrimental to inpatient education. Much of these variables, nevertheless, are often neglected by educators, that can use them to adjust their school studies for more beneficial results.

Keywords

Outpatient Instruction, Medical Students, outpatient teaching.

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