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61. The challenges of E-learning system: Higher educational institutions perspective Full Text available with Trip Pro

The challenges of E-learning system: Higher educational institutions perspective The development of information technology (IT) in education has led to the expansion of new teaching and learning methods at universities. Implementation of E-learning programs at Iran's universities as well as assessing the prerequisites and level of preparation of learners to attend E-learning environments require extensive study. Therefore, this study examined to investigate the challenges of E-learning system (...) at Tehran University of Medical Sciences.This study was a descriptive and cross-sectional one that conducted in 2016_2017. The statistical populations were all of the students that have an E-learning course in Tehran University of Medical Sciences, from whom, 300 were selected to participate in the study using a stratified random sampling method. The tool of the study was a researcher-made questionnaire. The data were analyzed through SPSS software.According to the findings of this study, about half

2018 Journal of education and health promotion

62. E-learning for self-management support: introducing blended learning for graduate students – a cohort study Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning for self-management support: introducing blended learning for graduate students – a cohort study E-learning allows delivery of education in many diverse settings and researchers have demonstrated it can be as effective as learning conducted in traditional face-to-face settings. However, there are particular practices and skills needed in the area of providing patient self-management support (SMS), that may not be achievable online. The aim of this study was to compare three (...) approaches in the training of university students regarding the preparation of a Chronic Condition Self-Management Care Plan: 1) traditional face-to-face delivery of SMS training, 2) an e-learning approach and 3) a blended approach (combining e-learning and face-to-face teaching).Graduate entry physiotherapy students and medical students at Flinders University were recruited. Depending on the cohort, students were either exposed to traditional face-to-face training, e-learning or a blended model

2018 BMC medical education

63. Student Engagement Predictions in an e-Learning System and Their Impact on Student Course Assessment Scores Full Text available with Trip Pro

Student Engagement Predictions in an e-Learning System and Their Impact on Student Course Assessment Scores Several challenges are associated with e-learning systems, the most significant of which is the lack of student motivation in various course activities and for various course materials. In this study, we used machine learning (ML) algorithms to identify low-engagement students in a social science course at the Open University (OU) to assess the effect of engagement on student performance

2018 Computational intelligence and neuroscience

64. US e-learning course adaptation to the Ukrainian context: lessons learned and way forward Full Text available with Trip Pro

US e-learning course adaptation to the Ukrainian context: lessons learned and way forward Access to continuing education opportunities is limited for Ukrainian healthcare workers, and the need is acute in order to support healthcare reform efforts currently underway in Ukraine. Online learning is a cost-effective mechanism for continuing education since healthcare workers can remain on the job during training. It also provides a means of keeping health professionals up to date (...) on their knowledge and skills in rapidly changing and increasingly complex healthcare environments.This paper describes the process of adapting an existing e-learning course from a US institution to the Ukrainian setting. Course participants' feedback was used to evaluate the effectiveness of the adapted version that was piloted twice in 2016-2017 with 53 participants in total, 46 of whom completed the course and contributed to the evaluation.This was the first fully online course on Leadership and Management

2018 BMC medical education

65. E-learning for chest x-ray interpretation improves medical student skills and confidence levels Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning for chest x-ray interpretation improves medical student skills and confidence levels Radiology is an important aspect of medicine to which medical students often do not receive sufficient exposure. The aim of this project was to determine whether the integration of an innovative e-learning module on chest x-ray interpretation of the heart would enhance the radiological interpretive skills, and improve the confidence, of first year graduate entry medical students.All first-year (...) ). Increases from pre- to post-intervention were observed in each of the five areas assessed, although performance remained poor in diagnosis post-intervention. Of the 118 students who provided feedback after the intervention, 102 (86.4%) stated that they would recommend the resource to a colleague to improve their interpretative skills.This study suggests that early exposure to e-learning radiology modules is beneficial in undergraduate medical school curricula. Further studies are encouraged to assess

2018 BMC medical education

66. E-learning and health inequality aversion: A questionnaire experiment. Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning and health inequality aversion: A questionnaire experiment. In principle, questionnaire data on public views about hypothetical trade-offs between improving total health and reducing health inequality can provide useful normative health inequality aversion parameter benchmarks for policymakers faced with real trade-offs of this kind. However, trade-off questions can be hard to understand, and one standard type of question finds that a high proportion of respondents-sometimes (...) a majority-appear to give exclusive priority to reducing health inequality. We developed and tested two e-learning interventions designed to help respondents understand this question more completely. The interventions were a video animation, exposing respondents to rival points of view, and a spreadsheet-based questionnaire that provided feedback on implied trade-offs. We found large effects of both interventions in reducing the proportion of respondents giving exclusive priority to reducing health

2018 Health economics

67. E-learning on antibiotic prescribing-the role of autonomous motivation in participation: a prospective cohort study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning on antibiotic prescribing-the role of autonomous motivation in participation: a prospective cohort study. E-learning is increasingly used in education on antimicrobial stewardship, but participation rates are often low. Insight into factors that affect participation is therefore needed. Autonomous motivation is associated with higher achievements in medical education and could also play a role in e-learning participation. We therefore aimed to investigate the role of residents (...) ' autonomous motivation in their participation in e-learning on antibiotic prescribing.We performed a multicentre cohort study in two academic and two teaching hospitals. Residents who filled out questionnaires on antibiotic knowledge, the perceived importance of antibiotics and motivation [Self-Regulation Questionnaire - Academic (SRQ-a)] received e-learning access. We used the SRQ-a to calculate relative autonomous motivation (RAM), an index that estimates the amount of autonomous motivation compared

2018 Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy

68. Teaching Point-of-Care Lung Ultrasound to Novice Pediatric Learners: Web-Based E-Learning Versus Traditional Classroom Didactic. (Abstract)

Teaching Point-of-Care Lung Ultrasound to Novice Pediatric Learners: Web-Based E-Learning Versus Traditional Classroom Didactic. To assess whether Web-based teaching is at least as effective as traditional classroom didactic in improving the proficiency of pediatric novice learners in the image acquisition and interpretation of pneumothorax and pleural effusion using point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS).We conducted a randomized controlled noninferiority study comparing the effectiveness of Web

2018 Pediatric Emergency Care Controlled trial quality: uncertain

69. E-learning or educational leaflet: does it make a difference in oral health promotion? A clustered randomized trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning or educational leaflet: does it make a difference in oral health promotion? A clustered randomized trial. The early recognition of technology together with great ability to use computers and smart systems have promoted researchers to investigate the possibilities of utilizing technology for improving health care in children. The aim of this study was to compare between the traditional educational leaflets and E-applications in improving oral health knowledge, oral hygiene (...) and gingival health in schoolchildren of Damascus city, Syria.A clustered randomized controlled trial at two public primary schools was performed. About 220 schoolchildren aged 10-11 years were included in this study and grouped into two clusters. Children in Leaflet cluster received oral health education through leaflets, while children in E-learning cluster received oral health education through an E-learning program. A questionnaire was designed to register information related to oral health knowledge

2018 BMC Oral Health Controlled trial quality: uncertain

70. Improving antibiotic prescribing skills in medical students: the effect of e-learning after 6 months. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Improving antibiotic prescribing skills in medical students: the effect of e-learning after 6 months. Antimicrobial prescribing behaviour is first established during medical study, but teachers often cite lack of time as an important problem in the implementation of antimicrobial stewardship in the medical curriculum. The use of electronic learning (e-learning) is a potentially time-efficient solution, but its effectiveness in changing long-term prescribing behaviour in medical students (...) is as yet unknown.We performed a prospective controlled intervention study of the long-term effects of a short interactive e-learning course among fourth year medical students in a Dutch university. The e-learning was temporarily implemented as a non-compulsory course during a 6 week period. Six months later, all students underwent an infectious disease-based objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) aimed at simulating postgraduate prescribing. If they passed, each student did the OSCE only once

2018 Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy Controlled trial quality: uncertain

71. Self-regulated learning and critical reflection in an e-learning on patient safety for third-year medical students Full Text available with Trip Pro

Self-regulated learning and critical reflection in an e-learning on patient safety for third-year medical students To explore the influence of critical thinking, self-regulated learning and system usability on the acceptance of e-learning on patient safety.A cross-sectional study was conducted, using a 32-question online survey. One hundred ninety-three (n=193 medical students participated in the study and were asked to rate levels of reflective thinking, self-regulated learning and attitudes (...) shows that reflection and learning skills are important factors for e-learning acceptance, but perceived relevance and system usability play a more important role.  From a didactic perspective, it is indispensable to provide the students with sufficient examples and links to professional practice to enhance the perception of relevance and to improve system usability permanently.

2018 International Journal of Medical Education

72. Effects of two-week e-learning on eHealth literacy: a randomized controlled trial of Japanese Internet users Full Text available with Trip Pro

Effects of two-week e-learning on eHealth literacy: a randomized controlled trial of Japanese Internet users The Internet is widely used as a source of information by people searching for medical or healthcare information. However, information found on the Internet has several drawbacks, and the ability to consume accurate health information on the Internet (eHealth literacy) is increasingly important. This study's goal was to clarify the extent to which eHealth literacy is improved after e (...) -learning in a randomized controlled trial.Data were collected on 301 Japanese adults through an online survey. Participants were assigned to the intervention (e-learning about eHealth literacy) group or the control group in a 1:1 ratio. The intervention group included 148 participants, and 153 participants were in the control group. The participants provided information at baseline on demographic characteristics, self-rated health, and frequency of Internet searching. The eHealth Literacy Scale (eHEALS

2018 PeerJ Controlled trial quality: predicted high

73. The implementation and evaluation of an e-Learning training module for objective structured clinical examination raters in Canada Full Text available with Trip Pro

The implementation and evaluation of an e-Learning training module for objective structured clinical examination raters in Canada Improving the reliability and consistency of objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) raters' marking poses a continual challenge in medical education. The purpose of this study was to evaluate an e-Learning training module for OSCE raters who participated in the assessment of third-year medical students at the University of Ottawa, Canada. The effects

2018 Journal of educational evaluation for health professions

74. Using Instructional Design, Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate, to Develop e-Learning Modules to Disseminate Supported Employment for Community Behavioral Health Treatment Programs in New York State Full Text available with Trip Pro

Using Instructional Design, Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate, to Develop e-Learning Modules to Disseminate Supported Employment for Community Behavioral Health Treatment Programs in New York State Implementation science lacks a systematic approach to the development of learning strategies for online training in evidence-based practices (EBPs) that takes the context of real-world practice into account. The field of instructional design offers ecologically valid and systematic (...) processes to develop learning strategies for workforce development and performance support.This report describes the application of an instructional design framework-Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, and Evaluate (ADDIE) model-in the development and evaluation of e-learning modules as one strategy among a multifaceted approach to the implementation of individual placement and support (IPS), a model of supported employment for community behavioral health treatment programs, in New York State.We

2018 Frontiers in public health

75. E-learning on risk management. An opportunity for sharing knowledge and experiences in patient safety. Full Text available with Trip Pro

E-learning on risk management. An opportunity for sharing knowledge and experiences in patient safety. E-learning methodology is a good alternative to more traditional methods when economical restrictions and geographical dispersion are important. However, there is still little knowledge about its utility in the development of patient safety (PS) improvement projects.Evaluation of the acceptability and utility of an e-learning risk management (RM) course for healthcare professionals to develop

2018 International Journal for Quality in Health Care

76. The Effectiveness of a Computer-Tailored E-Learning Program for Practice Nurses to Improve Their Adherence to Smoking Cessation Counseling Guidelines: Randomized Controlled Trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

The Effectiveness of a Computer-Tailored E-Learning Program for Practice Nurses to Improve Their Adherence to Smoking Cessation Counseling Guidelines: Randomized Controlled Trial. Improving practice nurses' (PN) adherence to smoking cessation counseling guidelines will benefit the quality of smoking cessation care and will potentially lead to higher smoking abstinence rates. However, support programs to aid PNs in improving their guideline uptake and adherence do not exist yet.The aim (...) of this study was to assess the effects of a novel computer-tailored electronic learning (e-learning) program on PNs' smoking cessation guideline adherence.A Web-based randomized controlled trial (RCT) was conducted in which an intervention group (N=147) with full access to the e-learning program for 6 months was compared with a control group (N=122) without access. Data collection was fully automated at baseline and 6-month follow-up via online questionnaires, assessing PNs' demographics, work-related

2018 Journal of medical Internet research Controlled trial quality: uncertain

77. Team Resilience Training in the Workplace: E-Learning Adaptation, Measurement Model, and Two Pilot Studies Full Text available with Trip Pro

Team Resilience Training in the Workplace: E-Learning Adaptation, Measurement Model, and Two Pilot Studies The majority of resilience interventions focus on the individual. Workplace resilience is a growing field of research. Given the ever-increasing interconnectedness in businesses, teamwork is a guarantee. There is also growing recognition that resilience functions at the team level.The objective of our work was to address three shortcomings in the study of workplace resilience interventions (...) for females.This preliminary research provides evidence for the capabilities of e-learning modules to effectively promote workplace resilience and a working model of team resilience.©Joel B Bennett, Michael Neeper, Brittany D Linde, Gale M Lucas, Lindsay Simone. Originally published in JMIR Mental Health (http://mental.jmir.org), 02.05.2018.

2018 JMIR mental health

78. Initial Assessments of E-Learning Modules in Cytotechnology Education Full Text available with Trip Pro

Initial Assessments of E-Learning Modules in Cytotechnology Education Nine E-learning modules (ELMs) were developed in our program using Articulate software. This study assessed our cytotechnology (CT) students' perceptions on the content of the ELMs, and the perceived influence of the ELMs on students' performance during clinical rotations.All CT students watched nine ELMs before the related classroom lecture and group discussion. Following that, students completed nine preclinical rotation

2018 Journal of pathology informatics

79. E-learning Module to Improve Laboratory Prescriptions

E-learning Module to Improve Laboratory Prescriptions E-learning Module to Improve Laboratory Prescriptions - 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 Module to Improve Laboratory (...) to Brief Summary: Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of a web based learning module in the prescription of laboratory examens by postgraduate medical students. Background: The internal medicine service of Valais encounters several prescription issues such as overprescription of blood iron or transferrin level determination and too rare D vitamine level. Methods: The investigators will introduce postgraduate medical students to a single use e-learning module about common deficiencies

2018 Clinical Trials

80. Kieran Walsh: E-learning—do directors of education need an upgrade?

Kieran Walsh: E-learning—do directors of education need an upgrade? Kieran Walsh: E-learning—do directors of education need an upgrade? - The BMJ ---> E-learning in medical education has been around for twenty years. Some studies have shown it to be as effective as traditional forms of education—at least for selected learning outcomes. [1] It may also result in cost savings compared to more traditional forms of education. But any potential savings from e-learning depend upon the e-learning (...) resources fitting in with the rest of a medical education programme and not just reproducing the programme online. For example, if junior doctors learn about how to diagnose asthma online and then learn the exact same information in a tutorial about asthma, there won’t be any savings from e-learning. If, however, the doctors use e-learning to learn knowledge on the diagnosis of asthma and afterwards attend a skills-based tutorial on performing spirometry, then there may be savings of time and resources

2018 The BMJ Blog

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