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981. Neuromuscular and Cardiovascular Adaptations During Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training in Untrained Men. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Neuromuscular and Cardiovascular Adaptations During Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training in Untrained Men. This study examined the effects of concurrent strength and endurance training on neuromuscular and endurance characteristics compared to strength or endurance training alone. Previously untrained men were divided into strength (S: n=16), endurance (E: n=11) or concurrent strength and endurance (SE: n=11) training groups. S and E trained 2 times and SE 2 + 2 times a week for strength

2012 International Journal of Sports Medicine

982. Health 2.0 Full Text available with Trip Pro

Research. Accessed at on 20/1/2008 Manhattan Research, LLC. 2007. White Paper: Physicians and Web 2.0: 5 Things You Should Know about the Evolving Online Landscape for Physicians. Accessed at . Archived from on 2008-01-25 . Retrieved 2008-01-28 . CS1 maint: Archived copy as title ( ) on 20/1/2008 Boudry, Christophe (2015-04-01). "Web 2.0 applications in medicine: trends and topics in the literature". Medicine 2.0 . 4 (1): e2. : . . Sandars J, Haythornthwaite C (May 2007). "New horizons for e-learning

2012 Wikipedia

983. Evidence-based medicine

ineffective treatments because the treatment feels biologically plausible. Education [ ] The Berlin questionnaire and the Fresno Test are validated instruments for assessing the effectiveness of education in evidence-based medicine. These questionnaires have been used in diverse settings. A Campbell systematic review that included 24 trials examined the effectiveness of e-learning in improving evidence-based health care knowledge and practice. It was found that e-learning, compared to no learning (...) , improves evidence-based health care knowledge and skills but not attitudes and behaviour. There is no difference in outcomes when comparing e-learning to face-to-face learning. Combining e-learning with face-to-face learning (blended learning) has a positive impact on evidence-based knowledge, skills, attitude and behaviour. Related to e-learning, medical school students have engaged with editing Wikipedia to increase their EBM skills. See also [ ] (CDSS) References [ ] ^ Evidence-Based Medicine

2012 Wikipedia

984. Physician assistant Full Text available with Trip Pro

profession". . 41 (4): 37–61. : . World Health Organization. Classifying health workers . Geneva, WHO, 2010. (PDF) . Archived from (PDF) on 2016-06-09 . Retrieved 2012-12-05 . CS1 maint: Archived copy as title ( ) . Archived from on 2010-11-28 . Retrieved 2011-09-07 . CS1 maint: Archived copy as title ( ) . Health Service Journal. 11 September 2015 . Retrieved 23 October 2015 . (Subscription required ( help )) . . . Retrieved 22 October 2017 . . e-Learning for Healthcare . Retrieved

2012 Wikipedia

985. Preparing Medical Students to Undertake a First Female Pelvic Exam.

: To evaluate the effectiveness of a MEdTech e-learning module designed to prepare medical students to undertake a first female pelvic exam. Methods: We will introduce first year medical students to the MEdTech e-learning module. Following this exposure we will measure how well they perform their first exam on female volunteers acting as mock patients using a comprehensive 23-item assessment tool designed by experienced gynaecologists in our Department. We will recruit four women to act as simulated (...) will provide relevant data that can be applied to our medical education curricula, possibly resulting in substantial savings of both time and cost. Study Design Go to Layout table for study information Study Type : Interventional (Clinical Trial) Actual Enrollment : 45 participants Intervention Model: Single Group Assignment Masking: None (Open Label) Primary Purpose: Other Official Title: Can a MEdTech E-learning Module Adequately Prepare Medical Students to Undertake a First Female Pelvic Exam? Study

2010 Clinical Trials

986. Major Challenges for the Modern Chemistry in Particular and Science in General Full Text available with Trip Pro

for the field of modern chemistry are discussed, including: (a) interlinking theoretical knowledge and experimental approaches; (b) implementing the principles of sustainability at the roots of the chemical design; (c) defining science from a philosophical perspective that acknowledges both pragmatic and realistic aspects thereof; (d) instigating interdisciplinary research; (e) learning to recognize and appreciate the aesthetic aspects of scientific knowledge and methodology, and promote truly inspiring

2010 Foundations of science

987. Electronic Learning and Open Educational Resources in the Health Sciences in Ghana Full Text available with Trip Pro

students at UGMS METHODS: Two e-learning materials were developed, one on the polymerase chain reaction and the other on total abdominal hysterectomy and these were distributed to selected medical students. Two weeks after the distribution of the programmes, a one-page, self-administered questionnaire was distributed to the target groups of students at the two institutions.Ninety three percent (139) of respondents at KNUST and 95% (18) at UG report having access to a computer for learning purposes. All (...) of the UG students viewed the TAH programme; 82% (130) of the KNUST students viewed the PCR animations. All students who viewed the programmes at both institutions indicated that the e-learning pro-grammes were "more effective" in comparison to other methods of learning.Computer ownership or availability at both medical schools is sufficient to permit the distribution and viewing of e-learning materials by students and the medical students considered both programmes to be very helpful.

2010 Ghana Medical Journal

988. The effect of computer-assisted learning versus conventional teaching methods on the acquisition and retention of handwashing theory and skills in pre-qualification nursing students: a randomised controlled trial. (Abstract)

strategies. Despite the increasing use of e-learning within nurse education, evidence to support its use for clinical skills teaching is limited and inconclusive.This study tested whether nursing students could learn and retain the theory and skill of handwashing more effectively when taught using computer-assisted learning compared with conventional face-to-face methods.The study employed a two group randomised controlled design. The intervention group used an interactive, multimedia, self-directed

2010 International journal of nursing studies Controlled trial quality: uncertain

989. Effectiveness of the universal prevention program 'Healthy School and Drugs': study protocol of a randomized clustered trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

study, therefore, aims to test the effects of this widely used, renewed universal prevention program.A randomized clustered trial will be conducted among 3,784 adolescents of 23 secondary schools in The Netherlands. The trial has three conditions; two intervention conditions (i.e., e-learning and integral) and a control condition. The e-learning condition consists of three digital learning modules (i.e., about alcohol, tobacco, and marijuana) that are sequentially offered over the course of three (...) of a randomized clustered trial that evaluates the effectiveness of a school-based prevention program. We expect that significantly fewer adolescents will engage in early or excessive substance use behaviors in the intervention conditions compared to the control condition as a direct result of the intervention. We expect that the integral condition will yield most positive results, compared with the e-learning condition and control condition.The protocol for this study is registered with the Nederlands Trial

2010 BMC public health Controlled trial quality: uncertain

990. A cluster randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of the clinically integrated RHL evidence -based medicine course. Full Text available with Trip Pro

A cluster randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of the clinically integrated RHL evidence -based medicine course. Evidence-based health care requires clinicians to engage with use of evidence in decision-making at the workplace. A learner-centred, problem-based course that integrates e-learning in the clinical setting has been developed for application in obstetrics and gynaecology units. The course content uses the WHO reproductive health library (RHL) as the resource (...) for systematic reviews. This project aims to evaluate a clinically integrated teaching programme for incorporation of evidence provided through the WHO RHL. The hypothesis is that the RHL-EBM (clinically integrated e-learning) course will improve participants' knowledge, skills and attitudes, as well as institutional practice and educational environment, as compared to the use of standard postgraduate educational resources for EBM teaching that are not clinically integrated.The study will be a multicentre

2010 Reproductive health Controlled trial quality: predicted high

991. Evaluation of a three-dimensional educational computer model of the larynx: voicing a new direction. (Abstract)

). E-learning authoring software (Articulate, Articulate Global, Inc, New York, NY) then was used to make the model interactive and multimedia. The model was launched on a Web-based platform. Model evaluation: One hundred students (age 23.8 +/- 2.2 years; 55% male) were randomized to either the 3D computer model group (3D group) (n = 50) or the standard written instruction group (SWI group) (n = 50).The primary outcome measure was the score on a 20-question laryngeal anatomy test; the secondary

2010 Journal of otolaryngology - head & neck surgery = Le Journal d'oto-rhino-laryngologie et de chirurgie cervico-faciale Controlled trial quality: uncertain

992. Comparison of the instructional efficacy of an internet-based temporomandibular joint (TMJ) tutorial with a traditional seminar. Full Text available with Trip Pro

were found between either teaching modes, and both are equally effective at delivering information to students. In addition, the order in which the students received the teaching did not make a difference, but giving the teaching twice reinforced their knowledge. There is a strong case to be made for introducing clinical lectures on a VLE platform, and this form of e-learning is, in general, well perceived by new generations of students.

2010 British Dental Journal Controlled trial quality: uncertain

993. Information and communication technology in disease surveillance, India: a case study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

to disease surveillance and effective response. Terrestrial and/or satellite based linkages are being established within all states, districts, state-run medical colleges, infectious disease hospitals, and public health laboratories. This network enables speedy data transfer, video conferencing, training and e-learning for outbreaks and programme monitoring. A 24x7 call centre is in operation to receive disease alerts. To complement these efforts, a media scanning and verification cell functions

2010 BMC Public Health

994. Improving Quality-of-life and Depressive Symptoms of Combat Veterans Via Internet-based Intervention

the Vet-to-Vet counseling certificate program offered by the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA). The second component consists of six 30-minute "e-Learning Lessons" using standard Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) approaches to reducing depressive and anxiety symptoms and strengthening coping skills. Other Name: Warriors Prevail Outcome Measures Go to Primary Outcome Measures : Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale 10 (CES-D 10) [ Time Frame: baseline, 4 weeks, 8 weeks, 12

2010 Clinical Trials

995. Application of a low-cost web-based simulation to improve students' practical skills in medical education. (Abstract)

the students with computer-based simulations for prior rehearsal. However, this approach still presents issues in terms of development costs and distribution to the students.This study investigates the employment of low-cost simulation to allow medical students to rehearse practical exercises through a web-based e-learning environment. The aim is to maximize the efficiency of laboratory time and resources allocated by letting students become familiarized with the equipment and the procedures before

2010 International journal of medical informatics

996. Online training in sports concussion for youth sports coaches. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Online training in sports concussion for youth sports coaches. The purpose of this study was to evaluate ACTive: Athletic Concussion Training using Interactive Video Education, an interactive e-learning program designed to train community coaches of youth ages 10-18 in effective sports concussion prevention and management practices. Seventy-five youth sports coaches from across the country completed the study over the Internet. Results of a randomized control trial demonstrated significant

2010 International journal of sports science & coaching Controlled trial quality: uncertain

997. Concise review: Web-based resources for critical care education. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Concise review: Web-based resources for critical care education. To identify, catalog, and critically evaluate Web-based resources for critical care education.A multilevel search strategy was utilized. Literature searches were conducted (from 1996 to September 30, 2010) using OVID-MEDLINE, PubMed, and the Cumulative Index to Nursing and Allied Health Literature with the terms "Web-based learning," "computer-assisted instruction," "e-learning," "critical care," "tutorials," "continuing education (...) ," "virtual learning," and "Web-based education." The Web sites of relevant critical care organizations (American College of Chest Physicians, American Society of Anesthesiologists, American Thoracic Society, European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Society of Critical Care Medicine, World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, American Association of Critical Care Nurses, and World Federation of Critical Care Nurses) were reviewed for the availability of e-learning resources

2010 Critical Care Medicine

998. Nephrology Training in the 21st Century: Toward Outcomes-Based Education. (Abstract)

, nephrology has few publications in this arena and these principally address curriculum structure. Interventional nephrology is a recent exception. In this area of training, publications have appeared linking educational process with learner outcome. Opportunities are abundant to implement and study new educational techniques, including simulation and e-learning. To keep pace with contemporary medical education philosophy, the nephrology education community is challenged to apply evidence-based education

2010 American Journal of Kidney Diseases

999. Prescription for a Planet: The Ninth Bronfman Lecture. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Prescription for a Planet: The Ninth Bronfman Lecture. 20167879 2010 04 08 2012 04 02 1541-0048 100 4 2010 Apr American journal of public health Am J Public Health Russell E. Train : a leading environmental figure of the 1970s. 606-7 10.2105/AJPH.2009.187542 Greenberg Michael R MR eng Biography Historical Article Journal Article 2010 02 18 United States Am J Public Health 1254074 0090-0036 AIM IM Environment Environmental Health history History, 20th Century Politics United States Train Russell

2010 American Journal of Public Health

1000. Patient and Provider Outcomes of E-Learning Training in Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality

Patient and Provider Outcomes of E-Learning Training in Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality Patient and Provider Outcomes of E-Learning Training in Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality - Full Text View - 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. Patient and Provider Outcomes of E-Learning Training in Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) 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. Identifier: NCT00905827 Recruitment Status : Completed First Posted : May 21, 2009

2009 Clinical Trials

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