A critical exploration of how computing technology can support the education of healthcare professionals in obstetrics and gynaecology: a case study of the Turkish health care system
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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The main purpose of this research is to gather information about computing technologies and their benefits in medical education of health care professionals in obstetrics and gynaecology. The medicine field is always progressing and the necessity of computing technologies are increasing in every field, the focus of the research is to show this necessity of computing technologies and why they should be used more in the educational life of healthcare professionals. The research consists of both primary and secondary data. The primary data is collected from lecturers who medical doctors, and medical doctors who have lecturing past, from Turkey. The current usage of computer technologies in medical education in Turkey is analysed by the researcher to make suggestions that can improve the current system. The secondary date is collected from books, medical articles, research papers to support the findings. The result is the current system in Turkey may produce decent doctors in their fields who are ready to do surgeries in worse conditions however, there is definitely a lack of educated doctors who can perform with computing technologies and the ones that are proficient with these technologies are often practiced and learned the procedures after their educational life.
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