Does e-learning alongside a social media platform enhance or hinder learning in clinical physiology - NET2017 Conference

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Van Wyk, A. 2017. Does e-learning alongside a social media platform enhance or hinder learning in clinical physiology - NET2017 Conference. NET2017 (Networking for Education in Healthcare). Churchill College, University of Cambridge 05 - 06 Sep 2017
TitleDoes e-learning alongside a social media platform enhance or hinder learning in clinical physiology - NET2017 Conference
AuthorsVan Wyk, A.
Abstract

Technological and social changes taking place in recent years are affecting the way we are presenting and transferring knowledge in healthcare education and a certain shift in emphasis on learning rather than teaching has been noticed as we rightly move towards a learner-centred curriculum more specifically blended-learning and e-learning modules. In the field of healthcare the life of knowledge is shorter than ever and causes increasing pressure to remain at the forefront of medical education throughout a health professionals’ career. Therefore whilst discussing implementation of e-learning in healthcare education at undergraduate level models consisting of blended learning (combination of a mix of on-line and face-to-face training) should be encouraged (Mitchell & Honore 2007). That said in healthcare education interpersonal contact cannot be omitted by building a virtual environment as it is a crucial factor in training future practitioners therefore e-learning should be accompanied by social networking.

ConferenceNET2017 (Networking for Education in Healthcare)
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Online13 Sep 2017
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Deposited06 Jan 2020
Accepted01 Sep 2017
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Web address (URL)https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/knowledge-hub/does-e-learning-alongside-social-media-platform-enhance-or-hinder-learning-clinical
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