Author(s): Ambika Nand Jha, Varsha R. Gaikwad, Mashfa Asar, Akshay H. Shah, Sangita Shukla, Varsha Galani

Email(s): nandjha99@gmail.com

DOI: 10.52711/2231-5659.2023.00046   

Address: Ambika Nand Jha1*, Varsha R. Gaikwad2, Mashfa Asar2, Akshay H. Shah3, Sangita Shukla4, Varsha Galani4
1Pharm.D Intern, Indubhai Patel College of Pharmacy and Research Centre, Dharmaj Anand, Gujarat, 388430.
2Shri Pandit Baburao Chaughule College of Pharmacy, Bhiwandi, Maharashtra 421302.
3Anand Pharmacy College, Anand, Gujarat 388430.
4Indubhai Patel College of Pharmacy and Research Centre, Dharmaj Anand, Gujarat, 388430.
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 13,      Issue - 4,     Year - 2023


ABSTRACT:
Aim and objective: The Novel COVID-19 is global pandemic and Lockdown and leads to revoked of Ward Round participation and all Practical subjects Due to online study. In the First as well as second wave of Novel COVID 19 The country had to forcefully impose a lockdown as a preventive measure and lockdown had serious impact on Education of Pharm.D students. The current study is addressed to distinguish the impact of Novel COVID-19 on Study. Methodology: This cross-sectional online survey study by the sharing of Google form gathered demographic as well as questions related to impact of online study is conducted from 31th July to 30 August 2021. The survey google form is circulated using What Sapp, Email, Linked in and other social media platforms. Result: Total 180 participants in which 69 male and 111 female involve in our study and their Response received in Google Drive. The majority of the participants in the survey, especially those in their 5th, (clerkship) and 6th year (Internship) of study, were reported that lack of interaction with patients. Clinical clerkships have been cancelled or postpone in many of the college. Conclusions: The impact of Novel COVID 19 on Pharm.D student’s education has been significant, particularly affecting the practical knowledge in those subject which practical study is not possible during online study. The perception of Pharm.D students is classes taken via online platforms {Meet, Zoom etc} as beneficial as the conventional classroom study. This pandemic condition was associatory with frustrate and irritating impact on online study among the pharm.d students. During online study via any platforms learning outcomes should be regularly and strictly monitoree of knowledge towards their syllabus is may beneficial for us.


Cite this article:
Ambika Nand Jha, Varsha R. Gaikwad, Mashfa Asar, Akshay H. Shah, Sangita Shukla, Varsha Galani. Impact of Online Education during COVID-19 Pandemic among the Pharm. D. Students, A Web - Based Survey. Asian Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2023; 13(4):269-4. doi: 10.52711/2231-5659.2023.00046

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Ambika Nand Jha, Varsha R. Gaikwad, Mashfa Asar, Akshay H. Shah, Sangita Shukla, Varsha Galani. Impact of Online Education during COVID-19 Pandemic among the Pharm. D. Students, A Web - Based Survey. Asian Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2023; 13(4):269-4. doi: 10.52711/2231-5659.2023.00046   Available on: https://ajpsonline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2023-13-4-1


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