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261. Usefulness of a bidirectional e-learning material for explaining surgical anesthesia to cancer patients. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Usefulness of a bidirectional e-learning material for explaining surgical anesthesia to cancer patients. We developed an e-learning system, which is based on an interactive animation video that assists anesthesiologists in preanesthetic interviews.First, the feasibility of the system was investigated in 18 anesthesiologists and 95 volunteers from the general public. Content/quantity, operability, and satisfaction were assessed with a five-point scale. Secondly, a randomized controlled trial (...) was conducted on 211 cancer patients who were scheduled to undergo general anesthesia. They were divided into an e-learning group (n = 106) and a control group (n = 105). The patients in the e-learning group watched the interactive animation before a preanesthetic interview by an anesthesiologist.In 10 of the 11 items for content/quantity, operability, and satisfaction, the average score for both anesthesiologists and volunteers was ≥3.0 in feasibility study. Then, the level of patient comprehension

2011 Annals of oncology : official journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology / ESMO Controlled trial quality: uncertain

262. Effectiveness and acceptability of face-to-face, blended and e-learning: a randomised trial of orthodontic undergraduates. (Abstract)

Effectiveness and acceptability of face-to-face, blended and e-learning: a randomised trial of orthodontic undergraduates. This study compared e-learning (EL), face-to-face learning (F2FL) and blended learning (BL) with respect to their effectiveness and student attitudes towards them. It also evaluated the effect of the order in which the components (EL and F2FL) of blended learning are delivered.This was a prospective cluster randomised trial comparing four parallel groups.Eight groups

2011 European journal of dental education : official journal of the Association for Dental Education in Europe Controlled trial quality: uncertain

263. E-learning interventions are comparable to user's manual in a randomized trial of training strategies for the AGREE II. Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning interventions are comparable to user's manual in a randomized trial of training strategies for the AGREE II. Practice guidelines (PGs) are systematically developed statements intended to assist in patient and practitioner decisions. The AGREE II is the revised tool for PG development, reporting, and evaluation, comprised of 23 items, two global rating scores, and a new User's Manual. In this study, we sought to develop, execute, and evaluate the impact of two internet interventions

2011 Implementation Science Controlled trial quality: uncertain

264. Effect of e-learning and repeated performance feedback on spirometry test quality in family practice: a cluster trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Effect of e-learning and repeated performance feedback on spirometry test quality in family practice: a cluster trial. Spirometry has become an indispensable tool in primary care to exclude, diagnose, and monitor chronic respiratory conditions, but the quality of spirometry tests in family practices is a reason for concern. Aim of this study was to investigate whether a combination of e-learning and bimonthly performance feedback would improve spirometry test quality in family practices (...) in the course of 1 year.Our study was a cluster trial with 19 family practices allocated to intervention or control conditions through minimization. Intervention consisted of e-learning and bimonthly feedback reports to practice nurses. Control practices received only the joint baseline workshop. Spirometry quality was assessed by independent lung function technicians. Two outcomes were defined, with the difference between rates of tests with 2 acceptable and repeatable blows being the primary outcome

2011 Annals of family medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

265. Improved junior paediatric prescribing skills after a short e-learning intervention: a randomised controlled trial. (Abstract)

Improved junior paediatric prescribing skills after a short e-learning intervention: a randomised controlled trial. Medication errors are common, with junior doctors accounting for the majority in acute healthcare. Paediatrics is uniquely challenging, but the evidence base to guide prescribing education is limited. The authors set out to develop a short, educationally sound, low cost e-learning resource for paediatric prescribing to improve junior doctors' prescribing skills and to evaluate its (...) effectiveness.A non-blinded randomised controlled trial.North Western Deanery Foundation School, UK.162 volunteer foundation (junior) doctors randomised into control (86) and intervention (76) groups.On study entry, participants were assessed on prescribing skill, prescribing habits and confidence. The intervention group completed the e-learning course designed for the study, which took 1-2 h. At 1 and 3 months after the intervention, both groups were assessed on similar prescribing assessments, habits

2011 Archives of disease in childhood Controlled trial quality: uncertain

266. Effectiveness of Interventions to Teach Respiratory Inhaler Technique (E-TRaIN)

Effectiveness of Interventions to Teach Respiratory Inhaler Technique (E-TRaIN) Effectiveness of Interventions to Teach Respiratory Inhaler Technique (E-TRaIN) - 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 (...) . Effectiveness of Interventions to Teach Respiratory Inhaler Technique (E-TRaIN) (E-TRaIN) 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: NCT01426581 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : August 31, 2011 Last Update Posted : September 5, 2013 Sponsor: University of Chicago Information provided

2011 Clinical Trials

267. Use of e-learning to enhance medical students' understanding and knowledge of healthcare-associated infection prevention and control. (Abstract)

Use of e-learning to enhance medical students' understanding and knowledge of healthcare-associated infection prevention and control. An online infection prevention and control programme for medical students was developed and assessed. There was a statistically significant improvement (P<0.0001) in the knowledge base among 517 students after completing two modules. The majority of students who completed the evaluation were positive about the learning experience.Copyright © 2011 The Healthcare

2011 Journal of Hospital Infection

268. Current use of and attitudes to e-learning in otolaryngology: questionnaire survey of UK otolaryngology trainees. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Current use of and attitudes to e-learning in otolaryngology: questionnaire survey of UK otolaryngology trainees. The E-lefENT programme is a collaborative e-learning project developed by the Department of Health and ENTUK. Prior to its introduction, we aimed to assess current use of and attitudes towards e-learning amongst UK otolaryngology trainees.A web-based questionnaire was distributed to UK otolaryngology trainees via regional programme directors.A total of 117 responses was received (35 (...) per cent response rate). Most trainees reported increasing exposure to e-learning throughout their training and rated their current computer literacy skills highly, although satisfaction with current e-learning resources was found to vary widely for a variety of reasons.Meeting the educational needs of otolaryngology trainees in the current era continues to be a challenge. Most trainees are already familiar with e-learning, although the quality and delivery of available websites is currently

2011 Journal of Laryngology & Otology

269. The User-Generated Web-Based Dermoscopy Image Archive of the International Dermoscopy Society: A Contribution to E-Learning and Exchange of Knowledge. Full Text available with Trip Pro

The User-Generated Web-Based Dermoscopy Image Archive of the International Dermoscopy Society: A Contribution to E-Learning and Exchange of Knowledge. 21389684 2011 08 30 2011 05 04 1421-9832 222 2 2011 Dermatology (Basel, Switzerland) Dermatology (Basel) The user-generated web-based Dermoscopy Image Archive of the International Dermoscopy Society: a contribution to e-learning and exchange of knowledge. 131-7 10.1159/000324504 Niederkorn A A Gabler G G Argenziano G G Muir J J Zalaudek I I Soyer

2011 Dermatology

270. Evaluation of e-learning as an adjunctive method for the acquisition of skills in bony landmark palpation and muscular ultrasound examination in the lumbopelvic region: a controlled study. (Abstract)

Evaluation of e-learning as an adjunctive method for the acquisition of skills in bony landmark palpation and muscular ultrasound examination in the lumbopelvic region: a controlled study. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the acquisition of competence in palpation and ultrasound imaging in the lumbopelvic region can be improved by the use of e-learning strategies.This study was a single-blind randomized controlled study. Forty-four physical therapy undergraduate students (29 (...) females) from the University of Granada (Spain) received an educational module of on-campus training in palpation and ultrasound examination of the lumbopelvic area. The participants were randomly distributed into 2 groups: the e-learning group, with free access to a Web site on musculoskeletal palpation and ultrasound assessment, and the control group, with access to documents and books on the topic. Objective structured clinical evaluation and reproducibility between professorial staff and students

2012 Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics Controlled trial quality: uncertain

271. E-learning: Teaching of Blindness Prevention

E-learning: Teaching of Blindness Prevention E-learning: Teaching of Blindness Prevention - 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: Teaching of Blindness Prevention (ELBPS) 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: NCT01249586 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : November 30, 2010 Last Update Posted : November 30, 2010 Sponsor: Clinica Oftamologica Zona Sul Information provided by: Clinica Oftamologica Zona Sul Study Details Study Description Go to Brief Summary: E-learning

2010 Clinical Trials

272. E-learning in Saudi Arabia: ‘To E or not to E, that is the question’ Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning in Saudi Arabia: ‘To E or not to E, that is the question’ The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has witnessed unprecedented growth in higher education and E-learning in recent times. In the last five years, one university and five colleges have been commissioned every month; 800 scholarships have been awarded every month for overseas study; a national center for E-learning has been established; and E-units or departments have been set-up in almost every university. E-learning has (...) become important for discussion to quote Shakespeare 'To E or not to E that is the question.'To examine current and future developments and challenges of E-learning in KSA.A qualitative approach was used to explore views of 30 senior academicians involved in E-learning during their attendance at a two-week course on the subject.All participants considered themselves as decision makers on E-learning in their units or departments. They felt that E-learning had come to stay, but acknowledged challenges

2010 Journal of Family and Community Medicine

273. [Effective skill training by means of E-learning in orthopaedic surgery]. (Abstract)

[Effective skill training by means of E-learning in orthopaedic surgery]. The effectiveness of e-learning for reporting of x-ray-findings in a prospective, randomized trial was tested.Twenty advanced medical students were randomized into two groups. The test group practiced 4-6 hours with the newly developed software, the control group used conventional learning material. Afterwards, a test was carried out including 30 pathologic x-ray films that were randomly spread through 200 non-pathologic (...) ). The frequency of falsely suspected pathologies decreased by 61% (p < 0.05). There was no significant correlation of the objective abilities of a student with his/her self-assessment or of passing the radiology course.This study shows that an effective standardized training of practical skills by means of e-learning is feasible and reasonable.

2010 Zeitschrift für Orthopädie und Unfallchirurgie Controlled trial quality: uncertain

274. The effect of pre-course e-learning prior to advanced life support training: a randomised controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

The effect of pre-course e-learning prior to advanced life support training: a randomised controlled trial. The role of e-learning in contemporary healthcare education is quickly developing. The aim of this study was to examine the relationship between the use of an e-learning simulation programme (Microsim, Laerdal, UK) prior to attending an Advanced Life Support (ALS) course and the subsequent relationship to candidate performance.An open label, multi-centre randomised controlled study (...) or psychomotor skills performance during cardiac arrest simulation testing. The challenge that lies ahead is to identify the optimal way to use e-learning as part of a blended approach to learning for this type of training programme.

2010 Resuscitation Controlled trial quality: uncertain

275. A randomized trial to evaluate e-learning interventions designed to improve learner's performance, satisfaction, and self-efficacy with the AGREE II. Full Text available with Trip Pro

A randomized trial to evaluate e-learning interventions designed to improve learner's performance, satisfaction, and self-efficacy with the AGREE II. Practice guidelines (PGs) are systematically developed statements intended to assist in patient, practitioner, and policy decisions. The AGREE II is the revised and updated standard tool for guideline development, reporting and evaluation. It is comprised of 23 items and a user's Manual. The AGREE II is ready for use.To develop, execute

2010 Implementation Science Controlled trial quality: uncertain

276. Effectiveness of an e-learning course in evidence-based medicine for foundation (internship) training. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Effectiveness of an e-learning course in evidence-based medicine for foundation (internship) training. To evaluate the educational effectiveness of a clinically integrated e-learning course for teaching basic evidence-based medicine (EBM) among postgraduate medical trainees compared to a traditional lecture-based course of equivalent content.We conducted a cluster randomized controlled trial to compare a clinically integrated e-learning EBM course (intervention) to a lecture-based course (...) and 115 in the control group). The total number of postgraduate trainees who completed the course was 88 in the intervention group and 72 in the control group. After adjusting for baseline knowledge, there was no difference in the amount of improvement in knowledge of EBM between the two groups. The adjusted post course difference between the intervention group and the control group was only 0.1 scoring points (95% CI -1.2-1.4).An e-learning course in EBM was as effective in improving knowledge

2010 Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

277. Mental health first aid training by e-learning: a randomized controlled trial. (Abstract)

Mental health first aid training by e-learning: a randomized controlled trial. Mental Health First Aid training is a course for the public that teaches how to give initial help to a person developing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis. The present study evaluated the effects of Mental Health First Aid training delivered by e-learning on knowledge about mental disorders, stigmatizing attitudes and helping behaviour.A randomized controlled trial was carried out with 262 members (...) of the Australian public. Participants were randomly assigned to complete an e-learning CD, read a Mental Health First Aid manual or be in a waiting list control group. The effects of the interventions were evaluated using online questionnaires pre- and post-training and at 6-months follow up. The questionnaires covered mental health knowledge, stigmatizing attitudes, confidence in providing help to others, actions taken to implement mental health first aid and participant mental health.Both e-learning

2010 The Australian and New Zealand journal of psychiatry Controlled trial quality: uncertain

278. The E-learning revolution in obstetrics and gynaecology. (Abstract)

The E-learning revolution in obstetrics and gynaecology. The explosion of information technology has created new opportunities and tools to assist the trainee in the process of learning. This chapter describes how the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) is embracing the opportunities provided by this technology to create interactive and engaging learning programmes designed to support trainees in achieving the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to practise

2010 Best practice & research. Clinical obstetrics & gynaecology

279. Can e-learning improve medical students' knowledge and competence in paediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation? A prospective before and after study. (Abstract)

Can e-learning improve medical students' knowledge and competence in paediatric cardiopulmonary resuscitation? A prospective before and after study. To determine whether the use of an e-learning package was able to improve the knowledge and competence of medical students, in a simulated paediatric resuscitation.A prospective before and after study was performed with medical students at the Children's Hospital at Westmead, Australia. Participants undertook a simulated paediatric resuscitation (...) before and after completing the e-learning. Primary outcome measures were the ability to perform successful basic life support and advanced life support according to published guidelines. Secondary outcome measures were the individual steps in performing the overall resuscitation, the change in pre- and post-e-learning multiple choice question scores and subjective feedback from participants.A total of 28 students were enrolled in the study, with 26 being retested. There was an improvement of 57.7

2010 Emergency medicine Australasia

280. Potential and limitations of e-learning in emergency medicine. (Abstract)

Potential and limitations of e-learning in emergency medicine. This paper describes the potential benefits, pitfalls and barriers to adopting e-learning in emergency medicine. While the benefits relating to access, engagement and quality assurance are clear, caution is urged in embracing e-learning for e-learning's sake. It is argued that, if educational strategies are to change, this must be to the benefit of learners and not just for the convenience of access or record keeping. A variety of e (...) -learning approaches are available, but those that promote group discussion or provide feedback from an educator are more likely to lead to successful learning than stand-alone feedback-free modules. A blended approach to learning is advocated where e-learning opportunities form an important but limited part of the overall educational experience. Shop floor and workshop-based teaching should be enhanced with e-learning, not replaced by it.

2010 Emergency Medicine Journal

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