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RMJ. 2020; 45(3): 507-509


Studentsí satisfaction in online education programs among undergraduate physiotherapy students of Lahore during covid-19

Adnan Hashim, Ifrah Mustafa, Sana Shahid, Sameera Saleem Butt, Ahsan Ali.

Abstract
Objective: To assess student satisfaction in online education programs among undergraduate physiotherapy students of Lahore during Covid-19.
Methodology: This cross sectional survey was conducted at 10 institutes of Lahore on 239 doctors. Data were collected after approval of management of the University and Informed consent from students. After collection, data were saved in a secure place to avoid any bias.
Results: Out of 239 participants from different universities, 21.8% were males and 70.2% were females. 51.9% students spent 1-5 hours per week, only 29.7% students agreed that they had easy access to internet, 41.8% were satisfied at written communication while 55.5% students strongly agreed that face-to-face contact with instructor is necessary to learn.
Conclusion: Mostly students did not have web access because of the reality that they can't invest greatest energy for online education purpose. Most students strongly agreed that face to face contact with teacher was important to learn.

Key words: Online education, students satisfaction, Covid-19.


 
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Hashim A, Mustafa I, Shahid S, Butt SS, Ali A. Studentsí satisfaction in online education programs among undergraduate physiotherapy students of Lahore during covid-19. RMJ. 2020; 45(3): 507-509.


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Hashim A, Mustafa I, Shahid S, Butt SS, Ali A. Studentsí satisfaction in online education programs among undergraduate physiotherapy students of Lahore during covid-19. http://www.rmj.org.pk/?mno=98843 [Access: September 01, 2020].


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Hashim A, Mustafa I, Shahid S, Butt SS, Ali A. Studentsí satisfaction in online education programs among undergraduate physiotherapy students of Lahore during covid-19. RMJ. 2020; 45(3): 507-509.



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Hashim A, Mustafa I, Shahid S, Butt SS, Ali A. Studentsí satisfaction in online education programs among undergraduate physiotherapy students of Lahore during covid-19. RMJ. (2020), [cited September 01, 2020]; 45(3): 507-509.



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Hashim, A., Mustafa, . I., Shahid, . S., Butt, . S. S. & Ali, . A. (2020) Studentsí satisfaction in online education programs among undergraduate physiotherapy students of Lahore during covid-19. RMJ, 45 (3), 507-509.



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Hashim, Adnan, Ifrah Mustafa, Sana Shahid, Sameera Saleem Butt, and Ahsan Ali. 2020. Studentsí satisfaction in online education programs among undergraduate physiotherapy students of Lahore during covid-19. Rawal Medical Journal, 45 (3), 507-509.



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Hashim, Adnan, Ifrah Mustafa, Sana Shahid, Sameera Saleem Butt, and Ahsan Ali. "Studentsí satisfaction in online education programs among undergraduate physiotherapy students of Lahore during covid-19." Rawal Medical Journal 45 (2020), 507-509.



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Hashim, Adnan, Ifrah Mustafa, Sana Shahid, Sameera Saleem Butt, and Ahsan Ali. "Studentsí satisfaction in online education programs among undergraduate physiotherapy students of Lahore during covid-19." Rawal Medical Journal 45.3 (2020), 507-509. Print.



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Hashim, A., Mustafa, . I., Shahid, . S., Butt, . S. S. & Ali, . A. (2020) Studentsí satisfaction in online education programs among undergraduate physiotherapy students of Lahore during covid-19. Rawal Medical Journal, 45 (3), 507-509.








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