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1021. Children of prisoners - maintaining family ties

is paramount. How will the guide benefit your practice? The guide will benefit your practice by: highlighting the legislative and policy background providing a review of the knowledge base on supporting children of prisoners raising awareness of the potential impact on a child with a parent in prison offering practical examples of where agencies have successfully supported children and their families supplying links and contacts to useful resources and organisations. e-Learning resources This report also (...) provides the evidence base for the development of a set of training tools that will shortly become available. The e-learning materials will test your knowledge of facts and figures in relation to children of prisoners, take you through the pathway from arrest to release, and provide ideas and models for developing your practice. They also bring together all the available resources in one easy-to-use online filing cabinet. The materials will be useful for a variety of practitioners working in the social

2008 Social Care Institute for Excellence

1028. Are there any other guides/ reference sources to support the production of a 'Model' Repeat Prescribing Policy National Prescribing Centre's good practice guideline produced in January 2004?

but found no additional guides to support the development of a ‘model’ repeat prescribing policy other than the 2004 NPC guide. However, a search in the TRIP located a couple of e-learning presentations on developing quality repeat prescribing systems produced by the NPC in September 2007 which may be of interest. The details are: “ eLearning in less than 60 minutes In this room you will find a series of workshops using a multimedia presentation of PowerPoint slides with audio commentary by the NPC team

2007 TRIP Answers

1029. Can you advise if there is any formula for patients to match insulin dose to carbohydrate or calorie intake?

the NLH Diabetes Specialist Library, we found no reference or information on a specific formula for calculating insulin dose based on either calorie or carbohydrate intake. However, we did locate information on a number of courses on carbohydrate-counting which may be of interest. The first is an online course developed by the Bournemouth Diabetes Team and is freely available via the Diabetes UK website. “Learn Carb-counting online with the Bournemouth e-learning programme. The Bournemouth Diabetes (...) handbook to take home along with a Carbohydrate Portion booklet.” [2] References 1. Diabetes UK. Learn Carb-counting online with the Bournemouth e-learning programme. ( ). Please note you need to register in order to use this resource. Registration is free currently. 2. DAFNE. Answered 2 October 2007 Follow us: © 2019 Trip Database Ltd. company number 04316414. Trip is proud to be made in the UK.

2007 TRIP Answers

1030. Explore the Nature Factors Relevant to Learning-Pioneering Natural Factors That Influences Science Learning II

: Chun-Yen Chang, PhD Professor of Department of Earth Sciences Director of Science Education Center,PI of Building the e-Learning Research Teams for Excellence National Taiwan Normal University Principal Investigator: Ting-Chi Yeh, MD Division of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, Mackay Memorial Hospital More Information Go to Layout table for additonal information Responsible Party: National Taiwan University Hospital Research Ethics Committee, National Taiwan University Hospital ClinicalTrials.gov

2008 Clinical Trials

1031. Trial of Proficiency- Based Simulation Training for General Surgical Trainees

their supervising consultant deems appropriate. This is the way junior surgeons are currently trained. They will also receive the standard didactic teaching on the School for Surgeons e-learning resource. Group B-will be assigned to the 'proficiency-based progression' training programme. These trainees will be required to train on the virtual reality (VR) simulator (Lap Sim™) for a laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC). Trainees will have objectively set goals to reach on the simulator and will have to demonstrate (...) surgeons are currently trained. They will also receive the standard didactic teaching on the School for Surgeons e-learning resource. Active Comparator: B Surgical trainees who are assigned to the 'proficiency-based progression' training programme. These trainees will be required to train on the virtual reality simulator (Lap Sim™) for a laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Trainees will have objectively set goals to reach on the simulator and will have to demonstrate proficiency before they are permitted

2008 Clinical Trials

1032. Evaluating a Distance Learning Asthma Education Program for Pediatricians (The DALI Study)

Francisco Principal Investigator: Tao Le, MD University of Louisville More Information Go to Layout table for additonal information Responsible Party: University of California, San Francisco ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: Other Study ID Numbers: 621 First Posted: December 30, 2008 Last Update Posted: March 11, 2013 Last Verified: March 2013 Keywords provided by University of California, San Francisco: Daily Inhaled Corticosteroids Distributed Learning E-learning Additional relevant MeSH terms: Layout

2008 Clinical Trials

1033. Evaluation of Case Management to Improve the Outpatient Care of Alcohol-related Disorders

phase (a 3 year bi-center project) the purpose is now to disseminate and transfer the CQM into routine care. The two steps are (1) to optimize the CQM approach and (2) to investigate the dissemination and transfer into routine care in a randomized trial. (1) The paper-based AQAH-practice guidelines are transformed into an interactive electronic version with online patient documentation and evaluation, decision support measures as well as links to specialists and an e-learning tool. (2) After pilot (...) by ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier (NCT Number): Layout table for additonal information ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: Other Study ID Numbers: BMBF-01EB0412 First Posted: April 12, 2006 Last Update Posted: October 18, 2013 Last Verified: June 2008 Keywords provided by University Hospital Freiburg: Quality of Health Care Primary Health Care Education E-Learning Alcohol-related Disorders Additional relevant MeSH terms: Layout table for MeSH terms Disease Alcohol-Related Disorders Pathologic Processes Substance-Related

2006 Clinical Trials

1034. Innovation in Pulmonary Rehabilitation

as a key to their effectiveness. In our recently completed trial, when age, FEV1 and RV/TLC were controlled, exercise plus VF (E+VF) was superior to E training alone (E only) or VF training alone in improving exercise tolerance. The mechanism responsible for this difference was, in part, a reduction in exercise-induced dynamic hyperinflation secondary to a change in breathing pattern. In additional preliminary studies, we determined that exercise tolerance can be increased when patients exercise while (...) duration than patients randomly assigned to E only and (b) E+heliox training will achieve longer exercise duration than patients randomly assigned to E only. Methods: This study was a randomized controlled clinical trial. After baseline testing is completed, 103 subjects with moderate-severe COPD were randomized into one of three groups: E+VF, E+Heliox and E training only. Follow-up testing was completed at 8 weeks. testing, activity monitoring, and dyspnea measurements. After baseline testing

2005 Clinical Trials

1035. A Digital Library of Radiology Images Full Text available with Trip Pro

A Digital Library of Radiology Images A web-based virtual library of peer-reviewed radiological images was created for use in education and clinical decision support. Images were obtained from open-access content of five online radiology journals and one e-learning web site. Figure captions were indexed by Medical Subject Heading (MeSH) codes, imaging modality, and patient age and sex. This digital library provides a new, valuable online resource.

2006 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings

1036. e‐Learning and error Full Text available with Trip Pro

e‐Learning and error 17074862 2007 03 28 2018 11 13 1475-3901 15 5 2006 Oct Quality & safety in health care Qual Saf Health Care e-Learning and error. 306 Langford N J NJ West Midlands Centre for Adverse Drug Reactions, City Hospital, Dudley Road, Birmingham B18 7QH, UK. nigel.langford@swbh.nhs.uk eng Journal Article England Qual Saf Health Care 101136980 1475-3898 H Adult Computer-Assisted Instruction Education, Distance Humans Learning Medical Errors prevention & control Motivation Risk

2006 Quality & Safety in Health Care

1037. Infection control – delivering the message in the 21st century Full Text available with Trip Pro

Infection control – delivering the message in the 21st century The experiences gleaned from new and suddenly emergent infectious diseases (e.g. SARS, avian influenza or diarrhea caused by Clostridium difficile) have highlighted how important it is, also for infection prophylaxis, to be able to find instruments for rapid and effective communication. Since 1990 online (E) learning has been used to train nursing staff and offers the advantage of being able to study at an individual pace as well (...) situations. Translating knowledge into behavior calls for an ability to convert scientific theoretic knowledge quickly, efficiently and clearly into practical behavior. Hence E learning is an ideal way to ensure that the latter requirements are met. While it is obvious that knowledge can be easily imparted by this method, further research is needed to establish whether and to what extent it is possible to use this method to translate the acquired knowledge into altered behavior too. Experts believe

2007 GMS Krankenhaushygiene Interdisziplinar

1038. Building an Internationalized Content Delivery Architecture: Lessons Learned Full Text available with Trip Pro

Building an Internationalized Content Delivery Architecture: Lessons Learned Increasingly, small development teams are building internationalized architectures for delivering large amounts of content. The AIM e-Learning project is one such example: in 2 years, 4 people built a system which currently delivers the print equivalent of 1500 pages of text, in 4 languages, to users in over 140 countries world wide. Here we discuss the lessons we have learned through development, including issues

2005 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings

1039. OncoCase: Interdisciplinary Case Based Teaching in Neuro-Oncology Based on the Campus Platform Full Text available with Trip Pro

OncoCase: Interdisciplinary Case Based Teaching in Neuro-Oncology Based on the Campus Platform The problem-oriented learning (POL) paradigm has been successfully implemented in electronic medical teaching. Several e-learning and authoring platforms for POL are available. At the Freiburg University Hospital an interdisciplinary POL program has been established in the domain of Neuro-Oncology (OncoCase) utilizing the Campus e-learning platform. OncoCase e-learning is in the process of being

2005 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings

1040. A Standards-Based Approach for Facilitating Discovery of Learning Objects at the Point of Care Full Text available with Trip Pro

A Standards-Based Approach for Facilitating Discovery of Learning Objects at the Point of Care Recent concerns about the quality and safety of healthcare practice provide an imperative for discovering and accessing learning resources. The growing ubiquity of the Internet, World Wide Web, and on-line educational content provide opportunity for healthcare practitioners to identify and master learning in a granular and rapid fashion. The e-learning community at large has developed a number (...) of standards to facilitate interoperability of learner competencies, metadata describing on-line content, and packaging and navigation of such content. The overall goal of our project is to enable healthcare professionals to easily and rapidly discover learning content at the point of care. This discovery and access of learning content will be based on healthcare-specific extensions of existing e-learning standards, which are themselves based on other Web standards, such as Web Services.

2005 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings

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