Tag : e-learning

Antidote Education Company and ArcheMedX Collaborate to Address Learning and Performance Gaps in Acute Heart Failure through Continuing Medical Education

Antidote Education Company (Antidote) and ArcheMedX are pleased to provide emergency department physicians and residents, hospitalists, cardiologists and other clinicians who treat patients with Acute Heart Failure an interactive three-part e-learning series to address gaps in the treatment of the disease. Charlottesville, VA (PRWEB) April 15, 2015 Antidote Education Company (Antidote), an
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Online Education Has A Very Bright Future

Multiple industry reports released over the past few weeks predict the continued rise of e-learning and the adoption of new technology and learning models, from higher education to corporate training. The 2014 Horizon Report from the New Media Consortium and the Educause Learning Initiative shows that a rapidly increasing number of universities are incorporating online learning environments into courses of all kinds; making
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RESOURCE: When to Bring Your Association’s Continuing Education Online

When developing continuing education, you typically look to provide high value to your members while keeping costs as low as possible.  You repurpose content in ways that get the most bang for the buck whether that is by recording webinars and making them available on demand, granting online access to

“How Great is The Impact of ArcheMedX-Powered Education?”

Answer: ArcheMedX-powered education has consistently and repeatedly allowed our Educational Partners (AcademicCME, Elsevier, ACEhp and others) to achieve the learning outcomes that they planned to achieve – and, in the process, they are learning far more about their content and learners. Level 1 = Participation: ArcheMedX-powered education and the Learning Actions Model

ABSTRACT: A global model for effective use and evaluation of e-learning in health

Healthcare systems worldwide face a wide range of challenges, including demographic change, rising drug and medical technology costs, and persistent and widening health inequalities both within and between countries. Simultaneously, issues such as professional silos, static medical curricula, and perceptions of "information overload" have made it difficult for medical training

MANUSCRIPT: eLearning among Canadian anesthesia residents: a survey of podcast use and content needs

BACKGROUND: Podcasts are increasingly being used in medical education. In this study, we conducted a survey of Canadian anesthesia residents to better delineate the content needs, format preferences, and usage patterns among anesthesia residents. METHODS: 10/16 Canadian anesthesia program directors, representing 443/659 Canadian anesthesia residents, allowed their residents to be included in the

ABSTRACT: Low fidelity, high quality: a model for e-learning.

Background:  E-learning continues to proliferate as a method to deliver continuing medical education. The effectiveness of e-learning has been widely studied, showing that it is as effective as traditional forms of education. However, most reports focus on whether the e-learning is effective, rather than discussing innovations to allow clinical educators

MANUSCRIPT: Learning styles and preferences for live and distance education: an example of a specialisation course in epidemiology

Background Distance learning through the internet is increasingly popular in higher education. However, it is unknown how participants in epidemiology courses value live vs. distance education. Methods All participants of a 5-day specialisation course in epidemiology were asked to keep a diary on the number of hours they spent on course activities (both

RESOURCE: 5 Best Ways to Use Learner Control in Your e-Learning Course

Give experienced learners more control. Giving experienced learners more control is most successful when they have prior knowledge of the topic being presented. Ciocca suggests presenting a lesson that is advanced in nature, but low in complexity. Keep the learner in the learning space. To keep the learner actively engaged in

ABSTRACT: E-learning: the essential usability perspective

BACKGROUND: Usability is the ease with which something can be used, but this essential concept appears to be rarely considered when using technology for teaching and learning in medical education. CONTEXT: There is an increasing use of technology in an attempt to enhance teaching and learning in medical education, from the use of