Opinion: can online education be equalled to conventional classroom education?


Written by Adithya Vikram Sakthivel

When it comes to common household names of the year 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) might be the most popular (primarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020). Despite their phenomenal work on assisting member nations in responding to major disease outbreaks, they're known to get involved in other similar projects.

One of the World Health Organization's less well-known initiatives would be OpenWHO, an educational website which provides free high-quality online courses in the fields of disease handling and public health. OpenWHO's courses primarily focus on major modern diseases, namely Cholera, Ebola and COVID-19 (the novel coronavirus). Additionally, all offered courses come with free certificates and are structured in an efficient easy-to-understand schedule.

Most of these courses offered by OpenWHO require little to no experience in medical practice or healthcare, making them perfect for both healthcare professionals and the general public. 

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