Approach to medical education using laparoscopic simulator in covid-19 pandemic
門田, 友里 徳島大学
The COVID-19 pandemic has profoundly changed medical student clinical practice and limited hospital clinical practice. In order to make student training more meaningful, we have introduced medical education using a laparoscopic simulator. We conducted a student questionnaire on the usefulness of this training and evaluated the degree of understanding. For students who were able to practice at the hospital, they practiced using a laparoscopic simulator（Lap Mentor™）. A questionnaire survey was conducted on the presence or absence of interest in surgery. Student understanding of laparoscopic surgery improved 100％. 91％ understood the surgical procedure, 91％ improved technique and 97％ understood pelvic anatomy. In the training at Lap Mentor™, medical students were able to experience surgery while viewing images of the inside of the pelvis, which served as a means to increase their interest in surgery and obstetrics and gynecology.
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