No knowledge gap here: Medical students who were taught remotely achieve good exam results during the pandemic

From March 2020 to the beginning of 2022, medical students were taught theoretical subjects digitally, to a large extent. The question was whether four exams in physiology during this period would show that students had gaps in their knowledge and achieved poorer results than those who studied medicine before the pandemic. A total of 1,095 medical students were included in a study on this topic, published in BMC Medical Education.

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