Information and Communication Technologies in Medical Education

Nigora Namanjanovna Dekhkanova, Nodirabegim Bahtiyorjon Qizi Zhamoliddin


During the COVID-19 epidemic, almost all countries of the world faced the problem of closing schools and universities by switching to 100% online education, which greatly affected education in general. Distance learning, which has only just begun to be in demand, has become the only way to guarantee continuity in learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. This contribution is a brief review of the literature on the limitations and benefits of distance learning using information and communication technologies in medicine, in particular at the higher school level, with a focus on the experience and features of distance learning during the COVID-19 emergency in Uzbekistan.


Digital Technology; Distance Learning; Innovations in Learning; Online Laboratory

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