Monthly Archives: April 2012

Best Resources for eLearning!

To keep your head above water in every training design problem: SIMPLE IS EASIEST! Here is a short list of links that I refer to constantly for advice in the realm of eLearning design. ANALYSIS All the theory you ever … Continue reading

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Telehealth and the use of Texting in Medicine

Today I had the delight of pondering about Texting as a supplement or even replacement of the Paging system within the medical workflow. Current workflow: Doctor* carries pager > Nurse* (or some person from department X) pages Doctor > Doctor … Continue reading

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“Yelp” for Healthcare?

Recently I posted a link to Health Tap – A new interactive social network that aims to connect doctors to patients – or rather the general public waiting to become patients. “HealthTap’s free web and mobile applications enable 24/7 access to personalized, relevant … Continue reading

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What’s your opinion on/reaction to this??

I think it’s a can of worms…. Definitely controversial. If well implemented it might* work but if not it’ll be worse than Yelp for doctors! HealthTap Uncovers The Secret Knowledge Network Of Doctors, Online FAST COMPANY | 3 APRIL, 2012 … Continue reading

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A game changer…

The one area that I find fascinating in Medical Education is Simulation. Also know as “Gamification” this trend consists of light-weight simulation training using virtual patients,  interactive case scenarios or may even connect to physical simulators (ALSi). One successful medical simulation … Continue reading

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