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Tooba Qaiser, Zara Fatima, Samra Nayab, Dr. Ayesha Maheen, Ifra Yaqoob, Shaher Bano, Kashif Lodhi, Dr Fahmida Khatoon
» doi: 10.53555/ecb/2023.12.12.310


Background: The landscape of medical education is continuously evolving, necessitating a proactive exploration of innovative approaches to enhance learning outcomes. This study delves into the integration of technology, simulation, and interprofessional collaboration as a multifaceted strategy to address the dynamic challenges faced in medical education. The growing demand for competent healthcare professionals underscores the urgency of adopting progressive methodologies that align with the evolving healthcare environment. Aim: This research aims to investigate the efficacy of integrating technology, simulation, and interprofessional collaboration in medical education to foster a more comprehensive and effective learning experience. The primary objective is to assess the impact of these innovative approaches on knowledge acquisition, skill development, and overall student satisfaction, ultimately contributing to the cultivation of well-rounded and adaptable healthcare professionals. Methods: A mixed-methods research design will be employed, combining quantitative and qualitative approaches. Surveys, pre-and post-assessment tests, and focus group discussions will be utilized to collect data from medical students undergoing the integrated educational interventions. The study will also incorporate observational assessments of simulation-based scenarios and collaborative learning activities. The data will be analyzed using statistical methods and thematic analysis to derive meaningful insights into the effectiveness of the integrated educational model. Results: Preliminary findings reveal a significant improvement in both knowledge acquisition and practical skill development among students exposed to the integrated educational interventions. Technological tools, immersive simulation scenarios, and collaborative learning experiences contribute synergistically to a more holistic understanding of medical concepts. The results also highlight increased engagement, confidence, and enthusiasm among students participating in the innovative educational modules. Conclusion: This study underscores the positive impact of integrating technology, simulation, and interprofessional collaboration in medical education. The findings suggest that a multifaceted approach not only enhances traditional learning methods but also better prepares students for the complexities of the contemporary healthcare landscape. The incorporation of innovative strategies in medical education is imperative for producing competent, adaptable, and collaborative healthcare professionals capable of meeting the evolving needs of patient care.

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