E-Learning for GP Educators by John Sandars, Mayur Lakhani, Dr. Ian Banks

By John Sandars, Mayur Lakhani, Dr. Ian Banks

This paintings encompasses a Foreword through Mayur Lakhani, Chairman of Council, Royal university of common Practitioners. normal practitioners, as a commonly dispersed team, are fairly reliant on e-learning. This publication offers an outline of the subject and examines the earlier, current and destiny demanding situations, possibilities and merits. With chapters dedicated to making a web site, working brief classes and criteria and accreditation, this consultant explores either vocational education and carrying on with expert improvement. It provides an evidence-based, sensible procedure for healthcare educators and practitioners with instructing tasks, path organisers and healthcare pros with an curiosity in e-learning. "Excellent. innovative. As a practicing GP i do know simply how demanding it may be to take care of up to now in a generalist self-discipline and displaying growth. getting access to info is the simple bit - processing it and embedding it into scientific perform is the a lot higher problem as this booklet rightly issues out. As a consumer of e-learning, i understand how important this system should be if undertaken adequately and to an outlined general. i've got without doubt that this e-book may be a important contribution, developing an leading edge studying tradition and society in healthcare." - Mayur Lakhani, in his Foreword.

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Interaction may w ork best in a relatively small group of colleagues w ho know and trust each other. Facilitating interaction in a group w ho don't know each other or w ho have very different roles, appears harder. My observations of work-based email as a form of e-learning I recently undertook a study at w ork to analyse the use of email to support learning and change of practice. I used a practitioner-based method that had the aim of describing w h o participated in the use of email and what was discussed.

There are many technologies but always keep it simple. Blended learning is an effective and efficient first step w hen starting with e-learning. Introduction Blended learning is a term that has been used in recent years to describe activities in learning that in the past have been called flexible learning. The idea of blending learning activities is not particularly new but is attracting more attention because a blended approach seems to be an efficient and effective w ay forward for many institutions wanting to make better use of information and communication technology (ICT) and e-learning.

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