Clinical Skills update during a Pandemic- Special Issue 2021 AnnouncementAuthor(s): Alice Johnson
Medical formation includes the development of several skills including clinical ones. Medical students have to learn how to build a healthy doctor-patient relationship in order to provide the best diagnosis, treatment and quality of attention. COVID-19 provides a new challenge for all students in Mexico to learn skills that traditionally have been learned in person and not through a computer. Clinical Skills Journal currently has a number of Special Issues open for submission. Special Issues highlight emerging areas of field research or provide a venue for further investigation of an existing research area. The Journal of Clinical Skills was created to bring articles of practical clinical interest directly to you, each of which has been specially chosen by our editors and written by recognized experts. Considering the current scenario, Journal of Clinical Skills is going to release special issue on the topic “Clinical Skills update during a Pandemic”. The aim of this issue is to disseminate the information about rapid improvement and upgradation occurs in clinical skills during the pandemic. Under the scope of special issue, the journal invites the researchers to share their research expertise and opinion. We would like to request the authors to come up with the latest articles discussing about the above mentioned topic.