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241. Development and impact evaluation of an e-learning radiation oncology module. (Abstract)

Development and impact evaluation of an e-learning radiation oncology module. Radiation oncologists are faced with the challenge of irradiating tumors to a curative dose while limiting toxicity to healthy surrounding tissues. This can be achieved only with superior knowledge of radiologic anatomy and treatment planning. Educational resources designed to meet these specific needs are lacking. A web-based interactive module designed to improve residents' knowledge and application of key anatomy (...) % (p = not significant) for the control group. Retrospective pretest and posttest surveys showed a statistically significant change on all measured module objectives.The use of an interactive e-learning teaching module for radiation oncology is an effective method to improve the radiologic anatomy knowledge and treatment planning skills of radiation oncology residents.Copyright © 2012 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

2012 International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics Controlled trial quality: uncertain

242. Case-based e-learning to improve the attitude of medical students towards occupational health, a randomised controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Case-based e-learning to improve the attitude of medical students towards occupational health, a randomised controlled trial. Undergraduate medical teaching in occupational health (OH) is a challenge in universities around the world. Case-based e-learning with an attractive clinical context could improve the attitude of medical students towards OH. The study question is whether case-based e-learning for medical students is more effective in improving knowledge, satisfaction and a positive (...) attitude towards OH than non-case-based textbook learning.Participants, 141 second year medical students, were randomised to either case-based e-learning or text-based learning. Outcome measures were knowledge, satisfaction and attitude towards OH, measured at baseline, directly after the intervention, after 1 week and at 3-month follow-up.Of the 141 participants, 130 (92%) completed the questionnaires at short-term follow-up and 41 (29%) at 3-month follow-up. At short-term follow-up, intervention

2012 Occupational and environmental medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

243. A blended learning approach to palpation and ultrasound imaging skills through supplementation of traditional classroom teaching with an e-learning package. (Abstract)

A blended learning approach to palpation and ultrasound imaging skills through supplementation of traditional classroom teaching with an e-learning package. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of e-learning as a supplement to on-campus education for the acquisition of skills in palpation and ultrasound examination of the knee in a physiotherapy degree course. Forty-six students (28 females) from the University of Granada, with a mean age of 21.5 yrs, received 4 h (...) by the students to generate a reliable ultrasound image and to localize a specific knee structure by palpation. There was no significant intergroup difference in the acquisition of theoretical knowledge as assessed by the MCQ (p = 0.39). Scores were significantly higher in the experimental group than in the control group for skills in palpation ability (p = 0.041) and ultrasound assessment (p < 0.001) of the knee. Students in the e-learning group needed less time to palpate the musculoskeletal structure (p

2012 Manual therapy Controlled trial quality: uncertain

244. Using e-learning to enhance nursing students' pain management education. (Abstract)

Using e-learning to enhance nursing students' pain management education. Absence of standardised pain curricula has led to wide diversity in the understanding and awareness of pain by healthcare students. Indeed pain management is frequently under-prioritised in nursing education, providing potential to negatively impact upon patient care. Yet the recent addition of Pain to the UK National Health Service's Essence of Care Benchmarks has highlighted the need to address this issue (...) , and in response pain educators have called for the development of high quality, globally accessible e-learning resources in pain management.This study will determine the effectiveness of an e-learning intervention on pain management developed for nursing students.Two variants of an e-learning resource on pain management were developed, each containing the same core content but one with a section focusing on pain assessment and the other on pharmacological management. Nursing students (n=42) were randomly

2012 Nurse education today Controlled trial quality: uncertain

245. The effect of a complementary e-learning course on implementation of a quality improvement project regarding care for elderly patients: a stepped wedge trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

The effect of a complementary e-learning course on implementation of a quality improvement project regarding care for elderly patients: a stepped wedge trial. Delirium occurs frequently in elderly hospitalised patients and is associated with higher mortality, increased length of hospital stay, functional decline, and admission to long-term care. Healthcare professionals frequently do not recognise delirium, indicating that education can play an important role in improving delirium care (...) for hospitalised elderly. Previous studies have indicated that e-learning can provide an effective way of educating healthcare professionals and improving quality of care, though results are inconsistent.This stepped wedge cluster randomised trial will assess the effects of a complementary delirium e-learning course on the implementation of quality improvement initiative, which aims to enhance the recognition and management of delirium in elderly patients. The trial will be conducted in 18 Dutch hospitals

2012 Implementation Science Controlled trial quality: uncertain

246. E-learning improves knowledge and practical skills in haemophilia patients on home treatment: a randomized controlled trial. (Abstract)

E-learning improves knowledge and practical skills in haemophilia patients on home treatment: a randomized controlled trial. Home treatment of haemophilia is currently the standard of care for patients with severe haemophilia. Home treatment increases the responsibility of the patients for their own treatment and care. Therefore, it is of utmost importance to attain a high level of knowledge and practical skills. The aim of our study was to investigate whether or not an educational e-learning (...) program improves knowledge and skills of adult patients with haemophilia on home treatment. Participants treated at the Haemophilia Treatment Center of the Erasmus University Medical Centre completed a questionnaire to test their knowledge of haemophilia, treatment of bleedings and of complications of treatment and were observed during the intravenous injection of clotting factor concentrate, using a standardized scoring list. Afterwards they were randomized to follow an e-learning program

2012 Haemophilia : the official journal of the World Federation of Hemophilia Controlled trial quality: uncertain

247. Impact on learning of an e-learning module on leukaemia: a randomised controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Impact on learning of an e-learning module on leukaemia: a randomised controlled trial. e-learning resources may be beneficial for complex or conceptually difficult topics. Leukaemia is one such topic, yet there are no reports on the efficacy of e-learning for leukaemia. This study compared the learning impact on senior medical students of a purpose-built e-learning module on leukaemia, compared with existing online resources.A randomised controlled trial was performed utilising volunteer (...) senior medical students. Participants were randomly allocated to Study and Control groups. Following a pre-test on leukaemia administered to both groups, the Study group was provided with access to the new e-learning module, while the Control group was directed to existing online resources. A post-test and an evaluation questionnaire were administered to both groups at the end of the trial period.Study and Control groups were equivalent in gender distribution, mean academic ability, pre-test

2012 BMC medical education Controlled trial quality: uncertain

248. E-learning and deliberate practice for oral case presentation skills: a randomized trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning and deliberate practice for oral case presentation skills: a randomized trial. Oral case presentations are critical for patient care and student assessment. The best method to prepare early medical students for oral presentations is unknown.We aimed to develop and evaluate a curriculum of on-line learning and deliberate practice to improve pre-clinical students' case presentation skills.We developed a web-based, interactive curriculum emphasizing conciseness and clinical reasoning

2012 Medical teacher Controlled trial quality: uncertain

249. Can easy-to-use software deliver effective e-learning in dental education? A randomised controlled study. (Abstract)

Can easy-to-use software deliver effective e-learning in dental education? A randomised controlled study. For the production of computer-based learning environments, a wide range of software solutions can be used which differ not only in their functionality but also vary in cost and ease to program. The aim of our study was to evaluate the overall efficiency and student's perception of two case-based e-learning programs that were produced with either an easy-to-use or a complex software.Eighty (...) -five dental students were randomly assigned to one of two experimental groups. One group studied with a laborious, high-interactive e-learning program (complex-software group). The second group studied within a low-interactive learning environment (easy-software group) that was easy to be programmed. Both programs identically referred to a case report on localised aggressive periodontitis. Learning outcome was tested by a pre- and post-test. Furthermore, questionnaires on workload, motivation

2012 European journal of dental education : official journal of the Association for Dental Education in Europe Controlled trial quality: uncertain

250. An economic evaluation of adaptive e-learning devices to promote weight loss via dietary change for people with obesity. Full Text available with Trip Pro

An economic evaluation of adaptive e-learning devices to promote weight loss via dietary change for people with obesity. The prevalence of obesity is over 25 % in many developed countries. Obesity is strongly associated with an increased risk of fatal and chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes. Therefore it has become a major public health concern for many economies. E-learning devices are a relatively novel approach to promoting dietary change. The new generation (...) of devices are 'adaptive' and use interactive electronic media to facilitate teaching and learning. E-Learning has grown out of recent developments in information and communication technology, such as the Internet, interactive computer programmes, interactive television and mobile phones. The aim of this study is to assess the cost-effectiveness of e-learning devices as a method of promoting weight loss via dietary change.An economic evaluation was performed using decision modelling techniques. Outcomes

2012 BMC Health Services Research

251. Design and delivery of an e-learning curriculum for physicians involved in the management of pulmonary hypertension. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Design and delivery of an e-learning curriculum for physicians involved in the management of pulmonary hypertension. Pulmonary hypertension (PH) is a condition that affects more than 25 million individuals worldwide and causes premature disability and death. Despite advances in our understanding of this condition, education and training of health professionals has not kept pace with the rapid changes in diagnosis and treatment. The net effects of this gap between advancing knowledge and limited (...) educational opportunity likely include clinically significant delays in both the diagnosis and commencement of effective evidence-based treatment - an unacceptable outcome for patients with a lethal condition.The Actelion Clinical Excellence Programme (ACEP) is an e-learning postgraduate curriculum, the purpose of which is to educate and mentor healthcare professionals, both theoretically and practically, in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with all forms of PH. This article reports

2012 International journal of clinical practice

252. Integrating public health-oriented e-learning into graduate medical education. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Integrating public health-oriented e-learning into graduate medical education. In fall 2008, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene collaborated with Albert Einstein College of Medicine residency program directors to assess the effectiveness of an e-learning course on accurate death certificate completion among resident physicians.We invited postgraduate year 1 and 2 (PGY1 and PGY2) residents (n = 227) to participate and administered a pretest, e-learning module, posttest (...) , and course evaluation to PGY1 residents; PGY2 residents completed a pretest and survey only.In all, 142 residents (63%) participated. The average pretest scores for PGY2 residents (61%) and PGY1 residents (59%) were not significantly different. The PGY1 residents' average test score increased after taking the e-learning module (59% vs 72%, p<0.01). The participants rated course length, delivery method, and utility highly.Results suggest that e-learning can effectively integrate public health-oriented

2012 American journal of preventive medicine

253. E-learning resources for vascular surgeons: a needs analysis study. (Abstract)

E-learning resources for vascular surgeons: a needs analysis study. To obtain the views of vascular surgeons about online resources in their specialty as a guide to future e-learning development.A focused questionnaire regarding e-learning resources in vascular surgery was circulated online. A combination of structured and open-ended questions addressed users' ranking of various resource types, examples of presently used websites, suggestions for future growth, and the opportunity to become (...) actively involved in e-learning development. The responses were collected over a 4-week period and remained anonymous.The study was conducted online at http://www.vasculareducation.com as part of an ongoing project on e-learning for vascular surgeons by the Department of Educational Development and Research, Faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences, Maastricht University, Maastricht, The Netherlands.The survey population consisted of vascular surgeons and surgical trainees in Europe

2012 Journal of Surgical Education

254. Integrating public health-oriented e-learning into graduate medical education. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Integrating public health-oriented e-learning into graduate medical education. In fall 2008, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene collaborated with Albert Einstein College of Medicine residency program directors to assess the effectiveness of an e-learning course on accurate death certificate completion among resident physicians.We invited postgraduate year 1 and 2 (PGY1 and PGY2) residents (n = 227) to participate and administered a pretest, e-learning module, posttest (...) , and course evaluation to PGY1 residents; PGY2 residents completed a pretest and survey only.In all, 142 residents (63%) participated. The average pretest scores for PGY2 residents (61%) and PGY1 residents (59%) were not significantly different. The PGY1 residents' average test score increased significantly after taking the e-learning module (59% vs 72%; P < .01). The participants rated course length, delivery method, and utility highly.Results suggest that e-learning can effectively integrate public

2012 American Journal of Public Health

255. Is there a digital generation gap for e-learning in plastic surgery? (Abstract)

Is there a digital generation gap for e-learning in plastic surgery? Some authors have claimed that those plastic surgeons born between 1965 and 1979 (generation X, or Gen-X) are more technologically able than those born between 1946 and 1964 (Baby Boomers, or BB). Those born after 1980, which comprise generation Y (Gen-Y), might be the most technologically able and most demanding for electronic learning (e-learning) to support their education and training in plastic surgery. These differences (...) might represent a "digital generation gap" and would have practical and financial implications for the development of e-learning.The aim of this study was to survey plastic surgeons on their experience and preferences in e-learning in plastic surgery and to establish whether there was a difference between different generations.Online survey (e-survey) of plastic surgeons within the UK and Ireland was used for this study.In all, 624 plastic surgeons were invited by e-mail to complete an e-survey

2012 Journal of Surgical Education

256. The theoretical base of e-learning and its role in surgical education. (Abstract)

The theoretical base of e-learning and its role in surgical education. The advances in Internet and computer technology offer many solutions that can enhance surgical education and increase the effectiveness of surgical teaching. E-learning plays an important role in surgical education today, with many e-learning projects already available on the Internet.E-learning is based on a mixture of educational theories that derive from behaviorist, cognitivist, and constructivist educational (...) theoretical frameworks. CAN EDUCATIONAL THEORY IMPROVE E-LEARNING?: Conventional educational theory can be applied to improve the quality and effectiveness of e-learning. The theory of "threshold concepts" and educational theories on reflection, motivation, and communities of practice can be applied when designing e-learning material. E-LEARNING IN SURGICAL EDUCATION: E-learning has many advantages but also has weaknesses. Studies have shown that e-learning is an effective teaching method that offers high

2012 Journal of Surgical Education

257. Effectiveness of e learning for the pharmacy profession: protocol for a systematic review

Effectiveness of e learning for the pharmacy profession: protocol for a systematic review Print | PDF PROSPERO This information has been provided by the named contact for this review. CRD has accepted this information in good faith and registered the review in PROSPERO. CRD bears no responsibility or liability for the content of this registration record, any associated files or external websites. Email salutation (e.g. "Dr Smith" or "Joanne") for correspondence: Organisation web address: Timing

2014 PROSPERO

258. iCare Stress Management e-Training for Dementia Family Caregivers

iCare Stress Management e-Training for Dementia Family Caregivers iCare Stress Management e-Training for Dementia Family Caregivers - 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. iCare Stress Management e (...) Go to Layout table for study information Study Type : Interventional (Clinical Trial) Actual Enrollment : 150 participants Allocation: Randomized Intervention Model: Parallel Assignment Masking: None (Open Label) Primary Purpose: Supportive Care Official Title: iCare Stress Management e-Training for Dementia Family Caregivers Study Start Date : May 2011 Actual Primary Completion Date : July 2012 Actual Study Completion Date : July 2012 Resource links provided by the National Library of Medicine

2011 Clinical Trials

259. E-learning program for medical students in dermatology Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning program for medical students in dermatology Dermatological disorders are common in medical practice. In medical school, however, the time devoted to teaching dermatology is usually very limited. Therefore, online educational systems have increasingly been used in medical education settings to enhance exposure to dermatology.The present study was designed to develop a e-learning program for medical students in dermatology and evaluate the impact of this program on learning.This

2011 Clinics

260. Successful e-learning programme on the detection of child abuse in emergency departments: a randomised controlled trial. (Abstract)

Successful e-learning programme on the detection of child abuse in emergency departments: a randomised controlled trial. To evaluate the effectiveness of an electronic learning (e-learning) programme on the performance of nurses in the recognition of child abuse in a simulated case in the Emergency Department (ED).Blinded, randomised controlled trial using pre- and postintervention design.The ED of a University Medical Center in the Netherlands.38 ED nurses were included, 25 nurses were (...) analysed.Half of the participants followed a 2-hour e-learning programme focused on the recognition of child abuse, the others acted as a control group.Individual performance during a case-simulated parent interview to detect child abuse and self-reported self-efficacy for the detection of child abuse. Performance on the simulation was scored by an expert panel using a standardised assessment form which was designed to score quantity and quality of the questions posed by the nurse (minimum score 0; maximum

2011 Archives of disease in childhood Controlled trial quality: uncertain

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