How much the pandemic has influenced your practical education as a medical student
We are medical students from some European Universities and we turn to you asking for your help.
As we all know, the Covid-19 pandemic had and still has many consequences on everyone's life and particularly on our education. Most classes of all education levels have become online classes since march 2020 in order to limit Sars-Cov2 diffusion. For medical education this is particularly relevant due to the importance of improving our practical skills.
We ask you if you could spend a few minutes (around 15 minutes) answering our questionnaire that investigates if and how much the pandemic has influenced your practical education as a medical student.
We would be very grateful if you could also share this questionnaire with all your colleagues belonging to an European medical university and who were supposed to attend hospital internships from March 2020 to April 2021.
Please feel free to contact us for any kind of information or suggestions to the following email address .
Your answers will be completely anonymous. Please do not write any identifying information on your survey. Your participation in this study is completely voluntary. It is up to you to decide whether to take part or not in this study and you can also decide to leave the study whenever you want.
The study has been submitted to the Ethics Committee of the University of Milan. All rights are reserved.
Wishing you all the best, thank you in advance.
Survey on Medicine Studies
Dear Medical Student,
We kindly invite You to participate in this study and fill in the Online survey down below, which consists of 16 anonymous questions. The medium time needed to fill in the form is approximately 10 minutes. A team of researchers from Vilnius University and Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, led by prof. dr. Sigita Lesinskienė and prof. dr. V. Adomaitienė, is conducting a scientific study, with the aim of better understanding the motives of choosing medicine studies, finding out the students outlook, needs and prospects. The research team also consists of: res. doc. Milda Basevičiūtė, res. doc. Jonas Motvidas, 5th year medical stud. Kamilė Burokaitė. The student community will be introduced with the overall results of the study. Your contribution is most significant and important. Thank You for Your participation and answers!
Perception of medical and pharmaceutical undergraduates to the professional role of the pharmacists and interprofessional collaboration
Viktorija Urbietytė, a 5th year student of the Pharmacy study program of Vilnius University, is preparing a master's thesis on the topic “Perception of medical and pharmaceutical undergraduates to the professional role of the pharmacists and interprofessional collaboration '' (lt. “Medicinos ir Farmacijos studentų požiūris į vaistininkų profesijos vaidmenį ir tarpprofesinį bendradarbiavimą”)
The aim of this work is to find out the opinion of medical and pharmaceutical students about pharmacists and interprofessional physician-pharmacist cooperation. The research is of a social nature, the anonymous questionnaire consists of 33 open-ended and closed-ended questions, which will take up to 10 minutes to answer.
Please express your opinion here: https://bit.ly/3vmlzik
Thank you for your cooperation