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201. Collaboration across continents to produce e-learning for palliative care education in Sub Saharan Africa Full Text available with Trip Pro

Collaboration across continents to produce e-learning for palliative care education in Sub Saharan Africa 24932214 2014 06 16 2018 11 13 1754-6605 8 2014 Ecancermedicalscience Ecancermedicalscience Collaboration across continents to produce e-learning for palliative care education in Sub Saharan Africa. ed36 10.3332/ecancer.2014.ed36 Rawlinson Fm F Consultant in Palliative Medicine, University of Wales College of Medicine, Velindre Hospital, Cardiff CF14 2TL, Wales, UK. Luyirika E E Executive

2014 Ecancermedicalscience

202. Innovation in e-learning: learning for all Full Text available with Trip Pro

Innovation in e-learning: learning for all Online learning is not a new concept for most in the medical profession. However, surgical oncology is poorly represented, and in a world of ever-changing research evidence, relying on published texts may not be efficient learning or an accurate representation of current practice for many trainees. This article demonstrates how our educational collaborative, ePOSSOM, approaches the problem. It outlines the development process of the whole project

2014 Ecancermedicalscience

203. Improvement of drug dose calculations by classroom teaching or e-learning: a randomised controlled trial in nurses. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Improvement of drug dose calculations by classroom teaching or e-learning: a randomised controlled trial in nurses. Insufficient skills in drug dose calculations increase the risk for medication errors. Even experienced nurses may struggle with such calculations. Learning flexibility and cost considerations make e-learning interesting as an alternative to classroom teaching. This study compared the learning outcome and risk of error after a course in drug dose calculations for nurses (...) with the two methods.In a randomised controlled open study, nurses from hospitals and primary healthcare were randomised to either e-learning or classroom teaching. Before and after a 2-day course, the nurses underwent a multiple choice test in drug dose calculations: 14 tasks with four alternative answers (score 0-14), and a statement regarding the certainty of each answer (score 0-3). High risk of error was being certain that incorrect answer was correct. The results are given as the mean (SD).16 men

2014 BMJ open Controlled trial quality: uncertain

204. Integrated treatment of first episode psychosis with online training (e-learning): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Integrated treatment of first episode psychosis with online training (e-learning): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. The integrated treatment of first episode psychosis has been shown to improve functionality and negative symptoms in previous studies. In this paper, we describe a study of integrated treatment (individual psychoeducation complementary to pharmacotherapy) versus treatment as usual, comparing results at baseline with those at 6-month re-assessment (at the end

2014 Trials Controlled trial quality: uncertain

205. e-Learning versus lecture-based courses in ECG interpretation for undergraduate medical students: a randomized noninferiority study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

e-Learning versus lecture-based courses in ECG interpretation for undergraduate medical students: a randomized noninferiority study. An ECG is pivotal for the diagnosis of coronary heart disease. Previous studies have reported deficiencies in ECG interpretation skills that have been responsible for misdiagnosis. However, the optimal way to acquire ECG interpretation skills is still under discussion. Thus, our objective was to compare the effectiveness of e-learning and lecture-based courses (...) for learning ECG interpretation skills in a large randomized study.We conducted a prospective, randomized, controlled, noninferiority study. Participants were recruited from among fifth-year medical students and were assigned to the e-learning group or the lecture-based group using a computer-generated random allocation sequence. The e-learning and lecture-based groups were compared on a score of effectiveness, comparing the 95% unilateral confidence interval (95% UCI) of the score of effectiveness

2014 European journal of emergency medicine : official journal of the European Society for Emergency Medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

206. Using evidence-integrated e-learning to enhance case management continuing education for psychiatric nurses: A randomised controlled trial with follow-up. (Abstract)

Using evidence-integrated e-learning to enhance case management continuing education for psychiatric nurses: A randomised controlled trial with follow-up. E-learning is a flexible strategy to improve nurses' knowledge of case management, but there are methodological limitations in previous research into the effectiveness of such programs.To describe the development and effectiveness of an evidence-integrated e-learning program in case management continuing education for Taiwanese psychiatric (...) nurses.Multiple methods were adopted to develop the program and a randomised controlled trial with repeated measures was employed to evaluate it.The e-learning program was developed in four stages: (1) systematic review of literature; (2) needs assessment through a national survey and focus group; (3) development of learning materials; and (4) pilot test. Following program development, psychiatric nurses were recruited and randomly allocated into an experimental or comparison group. The experimental group

2014 Nurse education today Controlled trial quality: uncertain

207. Efficacy of Environmental Health E-Training for Journalists Full Text available with Trip Pro

Efficacy of Environmental Health E-Training for Journalists Communities report a low level of trust in environmental health media coverage. In order to support risk communication objectives, the goals of the research study were to identify whether or not there is a gap in environmental reporting training for journalists, to outline journalists' methods for gathering environmental health news, to observe journalists' attitudes toward environmental health training and communication (...) , and to determine if electronic training (online/e-training) can effectively train journalists in environmental health topics. The results indicated that environmental journalists have very little to no formal environmental journalism training. In addition, a significant percentage of journalists do not have any formal journalism education. Respondents most preferred to receive continuing environmental journalism training online. Online instruction was also perceived as effective in increasing knowledge

2014 Studies in media and communication

208. E-learning to Improve the Quality of Drug Prescribing in Hospitalized Elderly Patients

E-learning to Improve the Quality of Drug Prescribing in Hospitalized Elderly Patients E-learning to Improve the Quality of Drug Prescribing in Hospitalized Elderly Patients - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies (...) before adding more. E-learning to Improve the Quality of Drug Prescribing in Hospitalized Elderly Patients The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02339792 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : January 15, 2015 Last Update Posted : January 15, 2015 Sponsor: Mario Negri Institute

2014 Clinical Trials

209. Effectiveness of adolescent suicide prevention e-learning modules that aim to improve knowledge and self-confidence of gatekeepers: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Effectiveness of adolescent suicide prevention e-learning modules that aim to improve knowledge and self-confidence of gatekeepers: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Providing e-learning modules can be an effective strategy for enhancing gatekeepers' knowledge, self-confidence and skills in adolescent suicide prevention. The aim of this study was to test the effectiveness of an online training program called Mental Health Online which consists of eight short e-learning modules (...) control group. One week after completing the first assessment the experimental group will have access to the website Mental Health Online containing the eight e-learning modules and additional information on adolescent suicide prevention. Participants in both conditions will be assessed 4 weeks after completing the first assessment (post-test), and 12 weeks after completing the post-test (follow-up). At post-test, participants from the experimental group are asked to complete an evaluation

2014 Trials Controlled trial quality: uncertain

210. E-learning enables parents to assess an infantile hemangioma. (Abstract)

E-learning enables parents to assess an infantile hemangioma. Infantile hemangiomas (IH) at risk for complications need to be recognized early.We sought to determine if parents are able to assess, after e-learning, whether their child has an IH, is at risk for complications, and needs to be seen (urgently) by a specialist.This was a prospective study of 158 parents participating in an IH e-learning module. Parents were asked to assess their child's skin abnormality. A dermatologist answered (...) the same questions (by e-consult). The 2 assessments were compared.Parents showed a 96% concordance with the dermatologist for correct diagnosis after e-learning. Concordances were 79%, 75%, and 84% (P < .001), respectively, on assessing the risk of complications, the need to be seen by a specialist, and the urgency for specialized care.Parents had a relatively high education level and were therefore not representative of the general population.Parents were able to correctly diagnose and evaluate an IH

2014 Journal of American Academy of Dermatology

211. E-Learning Module on Chronic Low Back Pain in Older Adults: Evidence of Effect on Medical Student Objective Structured Clinical Examination Performance. Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-Learning Module on Chronic Low Back Pain in Older Adults: Evidence of Effect on Medical Student Objective Structured Clinical Examination Performance. The Institute of Medicine has highlighted the urgent need to close undergraduate and graduate educational gaps in treating pain. Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is one of the most common pain conditions, and older adults are particularly vulnerable to potential morbidities associated with misinformed treatment. An e-learning case-based interactive (...) . The CLBP OSCE was one of 10 OSCE stations in which students were tested at the end of a Combined Ambulatory Medicine and Pediatrics Clerkship. There were no between-group differences in performance on eight of the other nine OSCE stations. This module significantly improved medical student clinical skills in evaluating CLBP. Additional research is needed to ascertain the effect of e-learning modules on more-advanced learners and on improving the care of older adults with CLBP.© 2014, Copyright

2014 Journal of the American Geriatrics Society

212. High Efficacy and Students' Satisfaction After Voluntary vs Mandatory Use of an e-Learning Program in Traumatology and Orthopedics-A Follow-up Study. (Abstract)

High Efficacy and Students' Satisfaction After Voluntary vs Mandatory Use of an e-Learning Program in Traumatology and Orthopedics-A Follow-up Study. Within the last decade, e-learning has gained a consistent place in surgical teaching. However, as the use of new programs is often voluntary, more information on the implications of the data regarding user acceptance and knowledge with mandatory use is desirable, especially in the context of the long-term developments of courses.Starting in 2009 (...) , the e-learning program Network for Students in Traumatology and Orthopedics was offered in a voluntary blended learning context. Students' satisfaction and increase in knowledge were evaluated using questionnaires and written tests. With proven effectiveness, the program became a mandatory part of the curriculum, and students' attitudes and gain of knowledge were re-evaluated in 2010 and 2011 to detect differences in voluntary vs mandatory use.In the evaluation questionnaires (n = 108 voluntary vs n

2014 Journal of Surgical Education

213. Can an e-learning course improve nursing care for older people at risk of delirium: a stepped wedge cluster randomised trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Can an e-learning course improve nursing care for older people at risk of delirium: a stepped wedge cluster randomised trial. Delirium occurs frequently in older hospitalised patients and is associated with several adverse outcomes. Ignorance among healthcare professionals and a failure to recognise patients suffering from delirium have been identified as the possible causes of poor care. The objective of the study was to determine whether e-learning can be an effective means of improving (...) implementation of a quality improvement project in delirium care. This project aims primarily at improving the early recognition of older patients who are at risk of delirium.In a stepped wedge cluster randomised trial an e-learning course on delirium was introduced, aimed at nursing staff. The trial was conducted on general medical and surgical wards from 18 Dutch hospitals. The primary outcome measure was the delirium risk screening conducted by nursing staff, measured through monthly patient record

2014 BMC geriatrics Controlled trial quality: uncertain

214. Effect of improving the usability of an e-learning resource: a randomized trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Effect of improving the usability of an e-learning resource: a randomized trial. Optimizing the usability of e-learning materials is necessary to reduce extraneous cognitive load and maximize their potential educational impact. However, this is often neglected, especially when time and other resources are limited. We conducted a randomized trial to investigate whether a usability evaluation of our multimedia e-learning resource, followed by fixing of all problems identified, would translate (...) into improvements in usability parameters and learning by medical residents. Two iterations of our e-learning resource [version 1 (V1) and version 2 (V2)] were compared. V1 was the first fully functional version and V2 was the revised version after all identified usability problems were addressed. Residents in internal medicine and anesthesiology were randomly assigned to one of the versions. Usability was evaluated by having participants complete a user satisfaction questionnaire and by recording and analyzing

2014 Advances in physiology education Controlled trial quality: uncertain

215. Randomized Trial of Two e-Learning Programs for Oral Health Students on Secondary Prevention of Eating Disorders. (Abstract)

Randomized Trial of Two e-Learning Programs for Oral Health Students on Secondary Prevention of Eating Disorders. The purpose of this study was to test whether an interactive, web-based training program is more effective than an existing, flat-text, e-learning program at improving oral health students' knowledge, motivation, and self-efficacy to address signs of disordered eating behaviors with patients. Eighteen oral health classes of dental and dental hygiene students were randomized (...) training programs may be better than flat-text e-learning programs for improving the skills-based knowledge and self-efficacy necessary for behavior change.

2014 Journal of dental education Controlled trial quality: uncertain

216. Effectiveness of an e-learning tool for education on pressure ulcer evaluation. (Abstract)

Effectiveness of an e-learning tool for education on pressure ulcer evaluation. To evaluate the effectiveness of information and communication technologies in the undergraduate students' pressure ulcer training as a learning tool, compared with traditional teaching methods.Pressure ulcers constitute one of the great challenges faced by nursing professionals. Currently, pressure ulcer training is based on traditional on-campus teaching, involving lecture-style classes with frequent use (...) of photographs of the wounds. This traditional training has some important weaknesses that can put the efficacy of the training at risk.A randomised controlled trial was developed including undergraduate nursing students.The intervention group used an adaptive self-learning e-learning tool developed by the research team (ePULab) for pressure ulcer assessment and treatment. The control group received a traditional on-campus class on the same topic. Pretest and post-test questionnaires were designed to assess

2014 Journal of clinical nursing Controlled trial quality: uncertain

217. Does competition work as a motivating factor in e-learning? A randomized controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Does competition work as a motivating factor in e-learning? A randomized controlled trial. Examinations today are often computerized and the primary motivation and curriculum is often based on the examinations. This study aims to test if competition widgets in e-learning quiz modules improve post-test and follow-up test results and self-evaluation. The secondary aim is to evaluate improvements during the training period comparing test-results and number of tests taken.Two groups were randomly

2014 PloS one Controlled trial quality: uncertain

218. E-learning to improve the drug prescribing in the hospitalized elderly patients: the ELICADHE feasibility pilot study. (Abstract)

E-learning to improve the drug prescribing in the hospitalized elderly patients: the ELICADHE feasibility pilot study. E-learning is an efficient and cost-effective educational method.This study aimed at evaluating the feasibility of an educational e-learning intervention, focused on teaching geriatric pharmacology and notions of comprehensive geriatric assessment, to improve drug prescribing to hospitalized elderly patients.Eight geriatric and internal medicine wards were randomized (...) to intervention (e-learning educational program) or control. Clinicians of the two groups had to complete a specific per group e-learning program in 30 days. Then, ten patients (aged ≥75 years) had to be consecutively enrolled collecting clinical data at hospital admission, discharge, and 3 months later. The quality of prescription was evaluated comparing the prevalence of potentially inappropriate medications through Beer's criteria and of potential drug-drug interactions through a specific computerized

2014 Aging clinical and experimental research Controlled trial quality: uncertain

219. e-Learning & Development of an Evidence-based Psychoeducational Programme for First Episode Psychosis

e-Learning & Development of an Evidence-based Psychoeducational Programme for First Episode Psychosis e-Learning & Development of an Evidence-based Psychoeducational Programme for First Episode Psychosis - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please (...) remove one or more studies before adding more. e-Learning & Development of an Evidence-based Psychoeducational Programme for First Episode Psychosis The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT01783457 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : February 5, 2013 Last Update Posted : January 26

2013 Clinical Trials

220. E-learning in a virtual science camp for urban youth Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning in a virtual science camp for urban youth The Virtual Science Camp (VSC) is a unique demonstration of synchronous e-learning developed by Mentoring in Medicine (MIM). This paper reports on a pilot offering during the summer of 2012 that taught advanced biological concepts, healthy living and health care career opportunities to medically underserved urban youth. Livestream's interactive video technology was used to engage a diverse audience of mostly high school students at remote

2013 Information services & use

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