Keywords: education, distance learning, online resources, epidemic, martial law, force majeure


Being unable to use the usual form of education focused mainly on the teacher, higher education institutions are forced to introduce rules and instructions that would be focused on education seekers and help facilitate the perception of educational material. The consequence of the current situation is the growth of the general interest in distance learning during the pandemic, which later continued during the Russian aggression. In the case of clinical disciplines, certain features determine the use of methods and elements of simulation and individualized training for students of medical faculties, interns and students of the faculty of postgraduate education. Objective. To study the peculiarities of distance learning during the pandemic of acute respiratory disease COVID-19, caused by SARS-CoV-2, and martial law, the identification of the main determinants for the successful arrangement of the online education process. The logical method was used to create instructions for optimizing the conditions and means of learning and teaching. The article reflects the peculiarities of distance learning, introduced during the pandemic and continued under circumstances of martial law caused by the armed aggression of the Russian Federation. Positive aspects of an adequate visual presentation of information during clinical lectures are determined. The results of the survey conducted to determine the attitude of education seekers and scientific and teaching staff to distance learning are presented to identify the shortcomings of this form of education and the development and implementation of Internet resources based on methods and tools that can be used in training to increase the level of student success. Based on its results, the most important features that have the biggest effect on the quality of education were identified.


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Yagelo S, Vergun A, Stechak H, Vergun O. DISTANCE LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS DURING A PANDEMIC AND MARTIAL LAW. Proc Shevchenko Sci Soc Med Sci [Internet]. 2022Dec.30 [cited 2023Jun.1];69(2). Available from: https://mspsss.org.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/745