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Kubler-Ross Change Curve, adapted from Optima Training (UK) Limited. 

Kubler-Ross Change Curve, adapted from Optima Training (UK) Limited. 

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Technology enhanced education; an ever-evolving process is not a novel concept in medical education. The supporters of online learning stated that disruption of Tertiary Education Institutions (TEI) is inevitable and created hype. Within the passage of time, the hype slowly faded which is supported by articles concluding that traditional medical ed...

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... changing situation of online education has to be related to the Kubler-Ross model 29 of "Change Curve" to progress further and infiltrate the technology into the TEI and transform the learning experience rather replacing the traditional system. According to the change curve ( figure 2), the disruptive strategy model created hype and shot up in hype cycle but created shock & denial (stage 1), and frustration & depression (stage 2) among the members of TEI; further change to supplementary strategy model pushed the members to come out of stage 2, and migrating to experiment (part of stage 3), it has to reach integration to complete the stage 3; once the integration is complete then online education will reach "plateau of productivity" of the hype cycle, where the product attains its purpose. Int J Med Res Prof.2018 Jan; 4(1); 363-71. ...

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