Objective: To assess level of satisfaction among medical students and faculty members regarding online teaching during COVID -19 pandemic.
Methodology: This descriptive cross-sectional study was conducted at Fazaia Medical College and PAF Hospital, Islamabad and included 250 participants including 220 students of 4th and final year MBBS and 30 faculty members of clinical sciences by quota sampling. Views of participants regarding online medical teaching during COVID-19 pandemic were recorded.
Results: Out of 220 students, 151 were fully satisfied with online teaching while out of 30 faculty members, 16 were fully satisfied. Satisfaction with theoretical component of online teaching was found in 100% students and faculty members. Whereas, 100 % students and faculty members were totally unsatisfied with clinical component of online teaching.
Conclusion: The theoretical component can be covered nicely with online teaching. However, clinical and bedside teaching cannot be delivered effectively.
Medical education, Covid-19, student satisfaction, faculty satisfaction, learning effectiveness, online teaching.
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