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Effectiveness of Virtual Medical Teaching During the COVID-19 Crisis: Systematic Review

Effectiveness of Virtual Medical Teaching During the COVID-19 Crisis: Systematic Review

Moreover, a study by Machado et al [15] reported that virtual learning platforms may become overloaded due to the sheer number of students accessing the materials; overload of a platform stops the platform from working and hinders student learning [15].Papers

Robyn-Jenia Wilcha

JMIR Med Educ 2020;6(2):e20963

Reducing Negative Outcomes of Online Consumer Health Information: Qualitative Interpretive Study with Clinicians, Librarians, and Consumers

Reducing Negative Outcomes of Online Consumer Health Information: Qualitative Interpretive Study with Clinicians, Librarians, and Consumers

[Tamara]3. Making sense of the information3.1 Understanding the information found“I understand it, I might have to do further research for specific terms, but overall I understand what they’re saying.”

Reem El Sherif, Pierre Pluye, Christine Thoër, Charo Rodriguez

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(5):e169

Interventions to Improve Movement and Functional Outcomes in Adult Stroke Rehabilitation: Review and Evidence Summary

Interventions to Improve Movement and Functional Outcomes in Adult Stroke Rehabilitation: Review and Evidence Summary

However, Machado and colleagues’ [87] meta-analysis did not find mental practice to be an effective adjunct therapy.Adding mental practice to upper limb rehabilitation can independently increase functional recovery after stroke [85].

Susan Hamady Lin, Timothy P. Dionne

J Participat Med 2018;10(1):e3