USING FLIPPED CLASSROOM FOR TEACHING PROCEDURAL SKILL IN RESIDENCY SPECIALLY DERMATOLOGY–A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
Objective: To review the available literature investigating effectiveness of flipped classroom (FC) in context to teaching of procedural skills in residency in various medical fields especially in dermatology.
Study Design: Systematic review.
Place and Duration of Study: Flipped classroom meeting out inclusion criteria published in 9 years from 2012 to 2020.
Methodology: Flipped classroom meeting out inclusion criteria published in 9 years from 2012 to 2020 were reviewed by the authors and co-authors as per their feasibility and discussion done by video conferencing by mobile software apps.
Results: To review of 25 full-text articles. Strategic organization of course material, wise choice of pre-class activities, usage of Virtual learning environment, class time utilization tailored to learners needs, adherence to timelines, proper training of staff and proper evaluation; are required for successful implementation of flipped classroom. Students had positive perceptions about this technique.
Conclusion: Flipped classroom is an effective teaching method for procedural skills training in post graduate medical training.