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161. Improving Neuromuscular Monitoring and Reducing Residual Neuromuscular Blockade Via E-learning

Improving Neuromuscular Monitoring and Reducing Residual Neuromuscular Blockade Via E-learning Improving Neuromuscular Monitoring and Reducing Residual Neuromuscular Blockade Via E-learning - 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. Improving Neuromuscular Monitoring and Reducing Residual Neuromuscular Blockade Via E-learning (INVERT) 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: NCT02925143 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : October 5, 2016 Last Update Posted : October 4, 2017 Sponsor

2016 Clinical Trials

162. E-learning optimization: the relative and combined effects of mental practice and modeling on enhanced podcast-based learning-a randomized controlled trial. (Abstract)

E-learning optimization: the relative and combined effects of mental practice and modeling on enhanced podcast-based learning-a randomized controlled trial. Enhanced podcasts increase learning, but evidence is lacking on how they should be designed to optimize their effectiveness. This study assessed the impact two learning instructional design methods (mental practice and modeling), either on their own or in combination, for teaching complex cognitive medical content when incorporated

2016 Advances in health sciences education : theory and practice Controlled trial quality: uncertain

163. Neurological assessment with validated tools in general ICU: multicenter, randomized, before and after, pragmatic study to evaluate the effectiveness of an e-learning platform for continuous medical education. (Abstract)

Neurological assessment with validated tools in general ICU: multicenter, randomized, before and after, pragmatic study to evaluate the effectiveness of an e-learning platform for continuous medical education. International guidelines recommend systematic assessment of pain, agitation/sedation and delirium with validated scales for all ICU patients. However, these evaluations are often not done. We have created an e-learning training platform for the continuous medical education, and assessed (...) in delirium monitoring, with no signs of extinction for pain and sedation/agitation measurements.This e-learning program shows encouraging effectiveness, and the increase in the use of validated tools for neurological monitoring in critically ill patients lasts over time.

2016 Minerva anestesiologica Controlled trial quality: uncertain

164. Oncology E-Learning for Undergraduate. A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial. (Abstract)

Oncology E-Learning for Undergraduate. A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial. The e-learning education is a promising method, but there are few prospective randomized publications in oncology. The purpose of this study was to assess the level of retention of information in oncology from undergraduate students of physiotherapy. A prospective, controlled, randomized, crossover study, 72 undergraduate students of physiotherapy, from the second to fourth years, were randomized to perform (...) a course of physiotherapy in oncology (PHO) using traditional classroom or e-learning. Students were offered the same content of the subject. The teacher in the traditional classroom model and the e-learning students used the Articulate® software. The course tackled the main issues related to PHO, and it was divided into six modules, 18 lessons, evaluated by 126 questions. A diagnosis evaluation was performed previous to the course and after every module. The sample consisted of 67 students, allocated

2016 Journal of cancer education : the official journal of the American Association for Cancer Education Controlled trial quality: uncertain

165. Efficacy of Adolescent Suicide Prevention E-Learning Modules for Gatekeepers: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Efficacy of Adolescent Suicide Prevention E-Learning Modules for Gatekeepers: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Face-to-face gatekeeper training can be an effective strategy in the enhancement of gatekeepers' knowledge and self-efficacy in adolescent suicide prevention. However, barriers related to access (eg, time, resources) may hamper participation in face-to-face training sessions. The transition to a Web-based setting could address obstacles associated with face-to-face gatekeeper training (...) . Although Web-based suicide prevention training targeting adolescents exists, so far no randomized controlled trials (RCTs) have been conducted to investigate their efficacy.This RCT study investigated the efficacy of a Web-based adolescent suicide prevention program entitled Mental Health Online, which aimed to improve the knowledge and self-confidence of gatekeepers working with adolescents (12-20 years old). The program consisted of 8 short e-learning modules each capturing an important aspect

2016 JMIR mental health Controlled trial quality: uncertain

166. Impact of Interactive e-Learning Modules on Appropriateness of Imaging Referrals: A Multicenter, Randomized, Crossover Study. (Abstract)

Impact of Interactive e-Learning Modules on Appropriateness of Imaging Referrals: A Multicenter, Randomized, Crossover Study. Health care expenditure on diagnostic imaging investigations is increasing, and many tests are ordered inappropriately. Validated clinical decision rules (CDRs) for certain conditions are available to aid in assessing the need for imaging. However, awareness and utilization of CDRs are lacking. This study compared the efficacy and perceived impact of interactive e (...) -learning modules versus static versions of CDRs, for learning about appropriate imaging referrals.A multicenter, randomized, crossover trial was performed; participants were volunteer medical students and recent graduates. In week 1, group 1 received an e-learning module on appropriate imaging referrals for pulmonary embolism; group 2 received PDF versions of relevant CDRs, and an online quiz with feedback. In week 2, the groups crossed over, focusing on imaging referrals for cervical spine trauma

2015 Journal of the American College of Radiology : JACR Controlled trial quality: uncertain

167. E-learning for Critical Thinking: Using Nominal Focus Group Method to Inform Software Content and Design Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning for Critical Thinking: Using Nominal Focus Group Method to Inform Software Content and Design Undergraduate nursing students are often confused by multiple understandings of critical thinking. In response to this situation, the Critiique for critical thinking (CCT) project was implemented to provide consistent structured guidance about critical thinking.This paper introduces Critiique software, describes initial validation of the content of this critical thinking tool and explores

2015 Nursing and midwifery studies

168. E-Learning: some unanswered questions Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-Learning: some unanswered questions 26913254 2016 02 25 2018 11 13 1016-1430 29 2015 Medical journal of the Islamic Republic of Iran Med J Islam Repub Iran E-Learning: some unanswered questions. 291 Walsh Kieran K FRCPI, FHEA, BMJ Learning, BMJ Publishing Group. BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JR. kmwalsh@bmjgroup.com. eng Journal Article 2015 11 14 Iran Med J Islam Repub Iran 8910777 1016-1430 2015 05 29 2015 10 25 2016 2 26 6 0 2016 2 26 6 0 2016 2 26 6 1 epublish 26913254

2015 Medical journal of the Islamic Republic of Iran

169. Telemedicine and E-Learning in a Primary Care Setting in Sudan: The Experience of the Gezira Family Medicine Project Full Text available with Trip Pro

Telemedicine and E-Learning in a Primary Care Setting in Sudan: The Experience of the Gezira Family Medicine Project Information and communication technology (ICT) is progressively used in the health sector (e-health), to provide health care in a distance (telemedicine), facilitate medical education (e-learning), and manage patients' information (electronic medical records, EMRs). Gezira Family Medicine Project (GFMP) in Sudan provides a 2-year master's degree in family medicine, with ICT fully

2015 International Journal of Family Medicine

170. Characterization of medical students recall of factual knowledge using learning objects and repeated testing in a novel e-learning system Full Text available with Trip Pro

Characterization of medical students recall of factual knowledge using learning objects and repeated testing in a novel e-learning system Spaced-repetition and test-enhanced learning are two methodologies that boost knowledge retention. ALERT STUDENT is a platform that allows creation and distribution of Learning Objects named flashcards, and provides insight into student judgments-of-learning through a metric called 'recall accuracy'. This study aims to understand how the spaced-repetition

2015 BMC medical education Controlled trial quality: uncertain

171. Influence of case-based e-learning on students' performance in point-of-care ultrasound courses: a randomized trial. (Abstract)

Influence of case-based e-learning on students' performance in point-of-care ultrasound courses: a randomized trial. Theoretical knowledge, visual perception, and sensorimotor skills are key elements in ultrasound education. Classroom-based presentations are used routinely to teach theoretical knowledge, whereas visual perception and sensorimotor skills typically require hands-on training (HT). We aimed to compare the effect of classroom-based lectures versus a case-based e-learning (based (...) on clinical cases only) on the hands-on performance of trainees during an emergency ultrasound course.This is a randomized, controlled, parallel-group study. Sixty-two medical students were randomized into two groups [group 1 (G1) and group 2 (G2)]. G1 (n=29) was subjected to a precourse e-learning, based on 14 short screencasts (each 5 min), an on-site discussion (60 min), and a standardized HT session on the day of the course. G2 (n=31) received classroom-based presentations on the day of the course

2015 European journal of emergency medicine : official journal of the European Society for Emergency Medicine

172. Comparison of traditional face-to-face teaching with synchronous e-learning in otolaryngology emergencies teaching to medical undergraduates: a randomised controlled trial. (Abstract)

Comparison of traditional face-to-face teaching with synchronous e-learning in otolaryngology emergencies teaching to medical undergraduates: a randomised controlled trial. Undergraduate otolaryngology teaching in the UK is generally limited primarily due to curriculum time constraints with traditional face-to-face (FtF) teaching being restrained by the limitations of time and location. Advances in network technology have opened up new doors for the delivery of teaching in the form of online (...) learning. This study compares a traditional instructor-led lecture with synchronous e-learning (SeL) using otolaryngological emergencies teaching as an educational intervention. A randomised controlled trial was designed involving two groups of medical students attending an otolaryngology emergencies management lecture: one present FtF and the other viewing the streamed lecture online. The primary outcome measure was improvement between pre-and post-lecture test scores. Secondary outcomes comprised

2015 European archives of oto-rhino-laryngology : official journal of the European Federation of Oto-Rhino-Laryngological Societies (EUFOS) : affiliated with the German Society for Oto-Rhino-Laryngology - Head and Neck Surgery Controlled trial quality: uncertain

173. Development and assessment of an e-learning course on breast imaging for radiographers: a stratified randomized controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Development and assessment of an e-learning course on breast imaging for radiographers: a stratified randomized controlled trial. Mammography is considered the best imaging technique for breast cancer screening, and the radiographer plays an important role in its performance. Therefore, continuing education is critical to improving the performance of these professionals and thus providing better health care services.Our goal was to develop an e-learning course on breast imaging (...) ), which were absent in pretest (63% vs 63%; P=.106). The per-protocol analysis showed a higher effect (26 pp vs 2 pp; P<.001), both in students (25 pp vs 3 pp; P=.004) and radiographers (27 pp vs 2 pp; P<.001). Overall, 85% were satisfied with the course, and 88% considered it successful.This e-learning course is effective, especially for radiographers, which highlights the need for continuing education.

2015 Journal of medical Internet research Controlled trial quality: predicted high

174. Policy-into-practice for rheumatoid arthritis: Randomized controlled trial and cohort study of e-learning targeting improved physiotherapy management. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Policy-into-practice for rheumatoid arthritis: Randomized controlled trial and cohort study of e-learning targeting improved physiotherapy management. To examine the effectiveness of a physiotherapy-specific, web-based e-learning platform, "RAP-el," in best-practice management of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) using a single-blind, randomized controlled trial (RCT) and prospective cohort study.Australian-registered physiotherapists were electronically randomized into intervention and control groups

2015 Arthritis care & research Controlled trial quality: predicted high

175. The effect of an e-learning supported Train-the-Trainer programme on implementation of suicide guidelines in mental health care. Full Text available with Trip Pro

The effect of an e-learning supported Train-the-Trainer programme on implementation of suicide guidelines in mental health care. Randomized studies examining the effect of training of mental health professionals in suicide prevention guidelines are scarce. We assessed whether professionals benefited from an e-learning supported Train-the-Trainer programme aimed at the application of the Dutch multidisciplinary suicide prevention guideline.45 psychiatric departments from all over the Netherlands (...) were clustered in pairs and randomized. In the experimental condition, all of the staff of psychiatric departments was trained by peers with an e-learning supported Train-the-Trainer programme. Guideline adherence of individual professionals was measured by means of the response to on-line video fragments. Multilevel analyses were used to establish whether variation between conditions was due to differences between individual professionals or departments.Multilevel analysis showed

2015 Journal of Affective Disorders Controlled trial quality: uncertain

176. E-learning in Pediatric Basic Life Support: A Randomized Controlled Non-inferiority Study. (Abstract)

E-learning in Pediatric Basic Life Support: A Randomized Controlled Non-inferiority Study. Dissemination of pediatric basic life support (PBLS) skills is recommended. E-learning is accessible and cost-effective, but it is currently unknown whether laypersons can learn PBLS through e-learning. The hypothesis of this study was to investigate whether e-learning PBLS is non-inferior to instructor-led training.Participants were recruited among child-minders and parents of children aged 0-6 years (...) . Participants were randomized to either 2-h instructor-led training or e-learning using an e-learning program (duration 17 min) including an inflatable manikin. After training, participants were assessed in a simulated pediatric cardiac arrest scenario. Tests were video recorded and PBLS skills were assessed independently by two assessors blinded to training method. Primary outcome was the pass rate of the PBLS test (≥8 of 15 skills adequately performed) with a pre-specified non-inferiority margin of 20

2015 Resuscitation Controlled trial quality: uncertain

177. e-Learning in Advanced Life Support - An Evaluation by the Resuscitation Council (UK). Full Text available with Trip Pro

e-Learning in Advanced Life Support - An Evaluation by the Resuscitation Council (UK). To descriptively analyse the outcomes following the national roll out of an e-Learning advanced life support course (e-ALS) compared to a conventional 2-day ALS course (c-ALS).Between 1st January 2013 and 30th June 2014, 27,170 candidates attended one of the 1350 Resuscitation Council (UK) ALS courses across the UK. 18,952 candidates were enrolled on a c-ALS course and 8218 on an e-ALS course. Candidates (...) participating in the e-ALS course completed 6-8h of online e-Learning prior to attending the 1 day modified face-to-face course. Candidates participating in the c-ALS course undertook the Resuscitation Council (UK) 2-day face-to-face course. All candidates were assessed by a pre- and post-course MCQ and a practical cardiac arrest simulation (CAS-test). Demographic data were collected in addition to assessment outcomes.Candidates on the e-ALS course had higher scores on the pre-course MCQ (83.7%, SD 7.3

2015 Resuscitation

178. Introducing global health into the undergraduate medical school curriculum using an e-learning program: a mixed method pilot study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Introducing global health into the undergraduate medical school curriculum using an e-learning program: a mixed method pilot study. Physicians need global health competencies to provide effective care to culturally and linguistically diverse patients. Medical schools are seeking innovative approaches to support global health learning. This pilot study evaluated e-learning versus peer-reviewed articles to improve conceptual knowledge of global health.A mixed methods study using a randomized (...) elements of the RCT, 24 participated in the focus groups. Overall, comparing pre to post results, both groups showed a significant increase in the mean knowledge (quiz) scores and for 5/7 self-assessed competencies (p < 0.05). These quantitative data were triangulated with the focus groups findings that revealed knowledge acquisition with both approaches. There was no statistically significant difference between the two approaches. Participants highlighted their preference for e-learning to introduce

2015 BMC medical education Controlled trial quality: uncertain

179. The effect of e-learning on the quality of orthodontic appliances. Full Text available with Trip Pro

The effect of e-learning on the quality of orthodontic appliances. The effect of e-learning on practical skills in medicine has not yet been thoroughly investigated. Today's multimedia learning environment and access to e-books provide students with more knowledge than ever before. The aim of this study is to evaluate the effect of online demonstrations concerning the quality of orthodontic appliances manufactured by undergraduate dental students.The study design was a parallel-group randomized (...) -independent e-learning resources did not increase the outcome quality of the orthodontic appliances. The advantages of e-learning observed in the theoretical fields of medicine were not achieved in the educational procedures for manual skills. Factors other than e-learning may have a higher impact on manual skills, and this should be investigated in further studies.

2015 Advances in medical education and practice Controlled trial quality: uncertain

180. Web-Based STAR E-Learning Course Increases Empathy and Understanding in Dementia Caregivers: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Web-Based STAR E-Learning Course Increases Empathy and Understanding in Dementia Caregivers: Results from a Randomized Controlled Trial in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The doubling of the number of people with dementia in the coming decades coupled with the rapid decline in the working population in our graying society is expected to result in a large decrease in the number of professionals available to provide care to people with dementia. As a result, care will be supplied (...) increasingly by untrained informal caregivers and volunteers. To promote effective care and avoid overburdening of untrained and trained caregivers, they must become properly skilled. To this end, the European Skills Training and Reskilling (STAR) project, which comprised experts from the domains of education, technology, and dementia care from 6 countries (the Netherlands, Sweden, Italy, Malta, Romania, and the United Kingdom), worked together to create and evaluate a multilingual e-learning tool

2015 Journal of medical Internet research Controlled trial quality: uncertain

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