A Hospital and University Collaboration: An E-Learning Solution
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Su, B., Binder, M., Sundholm, T. & Rivas, F. (2011). A Hospital and University Collaboration: An E-Learning Solution. In Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2011 (pp. 430-435). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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Work place training and performance development is a permanent and crucial component in today’s professional and occupational environment. As a rapidly expanding instructional approach and performance development platform, e-Learning continues to be applied as an effective training tool for nearly every sector of society. The healthcare industry, and specifically hospitals and clinics, benefit in a multitude of ways by incorporating web-based training systems into the occupational skills enhancement and compliance initiatives of these organizations. This paper reports a successful collaboration between a university and a medical center in central coast California on carrying out an e-learning intervention to train 700+ nurses to use an Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) system. Collaboration process, challenges, product design and development strategies, and the findings of the evaluation were discussed in the report.
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