To explore the effect of size and strategy on asynchronous discussions (AD) in a small baccalaureate nursing program.
As the prevalence of e-learning increases in nursing education, the use of AD as a learning strategy will increase. Because the AD can be engaging, group size should be considered to enhance learning.
CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE TO OFFER CERTIFICATE IN LUNG CANCER DECISION‐MAKING
MILLSTONE Township, NJ (January 31, 2013) ‐ Oncology Learning Network (OLN), an initiative of North American Center for Continuing Education (NACCME), announces the development of “Decision‐making in Non‐small Cell Lung Cancer,” a 14‐week, web‐based continuing education initiative for health professionals who care for non‐small cell lung cancer