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ABSTRACT: Using social media to improve continuing medi… [Mayo Clin Proc. 2012] – PubMed – NCBI

Abstract OBJECTIVE: To determine continuing medical education (CME) course participants' use of social media (SM) and their attitudes about the value of SM for enhancing CME education and to examine associations between participants' characteristics and attitudes toward SM. via Using social media to improve continuing medi... [Mayo Clin Proc. 2012] - PubMed -

ABSTRACT: The role of social media in dental education. [J Dent Educ. 2012] – PubMed – NCBI

Abstract Social media, also known as Web 2.0, includes a set of web-based technologies in which users actively share and create content through open collaboration. The current students in dental school are Millennial learners who are comfortable using social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, for both socialization and learning. This

ABSTRACT: Blended learning in anesthesia educat… [Curr Opin Anaesthesiol. 2012] – PubMed – NCBI

Abstract PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Educators in anesthesia residency programs across the country are facing a number of challenges as they attempt to integrate blended learning techniques in their curriculum. Compared with the rest of higher education, which has made advances to varying degrees in the adoption of online learning anesthesiology education has

ABSTRACT: A critical examination of the time and workload in… [Med Teach. 2012] – PubMed – NCBI

Abstract Background: Although there is increasing pressure on Universities to implement e-learning, this 'glorious revolution' has been met with disappointing results and universities have struggled to engage academic staff, who are major stakeholders, with its use. Although literature suggests online teaching adds to traditional faculty workload, information surrounding the actual 'cost'

ABSTRACT: Impact of interactive web-based education… [J Med Internet Res. 2012] – PubMed – NCBI

Abstract BACKGROUND: The effects of various educational strategies have been examined in continuing medical education. Web-based learning has emerged as an alternative to ordinary classroom lessons. OBJECTIVE: To investigate whether an interactive Web-based course including personal guidance via email or cellular phone texting may be used to improve practice behavior of general practitioners in

RESOURCE: An Interactive Internet-Based Continuing Education Course on Sexually Transmitted Diseases for Physicians and Midwives in Peru

Abstract Background: Clinicians in developing countries have had limited access to continuing education (CE) outside major cities, and CE strategies have had limited impact on sustainable change in performance. New educational tools could improve CE accessibility and effectiveness. Methodology/Principal Findings: The objective of this study was to evaluate an interactive Internet-based CE course on Sexually