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The Necessity of Move Towards Virtual Clinical Teaching in the COVID 19 Pandemic: Introducing the SAID Model for Clinical Teaching of Endocrine Diseases by Webside Teaching Method
SM Mehrdad , I Dadgaran * , Z Taheri Ezbarmi , M Taheri , F Asgari , L Akhoundzadeh
Medical Education Research Center, Education Development Center , Guilan University of Medical Sciences, Rasht, Iran , i_dadgaran@yahoo.com
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Due to the Covid 19 pandemic and the need to use different e-learning methods for clinical teaching, this letter was sent to the editor with the aim of introducing the SAID model for clinical teaching using webside teaching method.

 
Keywords: E-Learning, Clinical Teaching, Virtual Education, Pandemic, COVID-19
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Type of Study: letter to Editor | Subject: Clinical Education
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