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  • Development costs: e-learning solution includes professional construction and design at £12,500 per hour of learning
    Salary costs: calculated assuming an average salary + oncosts of £20,000, 230 working days per year, giving a daily rate of £87.
    Travel costs: assumes that one third of employees will need to travel at a cost of £20 each.
  • Most basic hygiene training done through e-learning;
    KM approach is self-directed, but needs to have resources made available seamlessly
    Trainers at all levels move from a training focused role to performance support
  • Hernando2007

    1. 1. 1 e-Learning initiatives in the NHS…..why e-learning? UMSLG / UHSL Open Forum 14 May 2007
    2. 2. 25 July 20142 Criteria for justifying e-learning  Cost  Quality  Service  Speed
    3. 3. 25 July 20143 Cost – hygiene training for 3000 staff Cost pressure Classroom E-Learning Length of course 1 day Half day Development cost £5,000 £5,000 + £25,000 Delivery £150,000 (£50 per user per day) £30,000 (£10 per user admin) Salary costs £261,000 £130,500 Travel costs £20,000 £0 Total cost £436,000 £190,500
    4. 4. 25 July 20144 Quality  Collaboration leads to higher quality materials  Potential for more innovative & reliable assessments  Easier access to the knowledge base of healthcare  Interactivity through online communities  Teaching personnel freed up for more targeted applications  Validation – national / SHA  Increased consistency  Impact on patient care
    5. 5. 25 July 20145 Service  Flexibility  Widened access to learning opportunities  Self-paced, personalised  Can be updated quickly & consistently  Can be shared and re-used  Reduction in administration  Just in time, point of care learning  Linked to portable e-portfolios  Linked to development frameworks e.g. KSF  Medico-legal issues / Clinical Negligence Scheme
    6. 6. 25 July 20146 Speed: impact on cycle time 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 Classroom Blended e-Learning Months Connecting for Health:  Training is cyclical  e-Learning is scalable  Costs less to incorporate additional users  Errors rectified on the fly  Product changes on the fly
    7. 7. 25 July 20147 Speed: impact on learning time 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 Classroom Blended e-Learning Days  E-learning saves time: * Housekeeping * Introductions * Breaks * Skips unnecessary material
    8. 8. 25 July 20148 Learning architecture: combating hospital acquired infections Training Knowledge Management Performance support e.g. basic hygiene e-learning e.g. identifying best practice; identifying problems Libraries (incl. e- libraries) Online communities Knowledge sharing Access to data e.g. applying best practice; reversing poor performance 1:1 tuition; Mentoring Leveraging organisational expertise Action learning Decision support (e.g. Map of Medicine)
    9. 9. 25 July 20149 DH / SHA e-learning initiatives  National learning management system / e-learning platform  e-Portfolios – initially medical education (see www.nhseportfolios.org)  National e-learning content * DH (formerly R-ITI) and Core Learning Unit * Multi-professional * Accessible from national platforms * Statutory / mandatory training is a priority  National interoperability standards  Why work nationally?
    10. 10. 25 July 201410 Fire safety (CLU) Infection control (CLU) Equality and diversity (CLU) Disability awareness (CLU) Blood transfusion Health and safety (CLU) Risk management Manual handling (CLU) Child protection (CLU) Conflict resolution (CLU) Data protection / Caldicott Basic life support – theory Major incident Clinical equipment – principles Medicines management / prescribing Vulnerable adults Violence and aggression Consent Statutory / mandatory content
    11. 11. 25 July 201411 Issues  IT access / skills for staff; support structures  Requirement for senior staff to assess electronically  Negative perception of IT initiatives  Localisation; loss of ownership  Commissioning of e-learning content / IPR  Sustainability
    12. 12. 25 July 201412 Partnerships with Higher Education  Content development  Modular approach to courses enabling personalisation  Courses linked to KSF / Standards for Better Healthcare / reporting via LMS  Accreditation, e.g. Health Informatics Quality Mark  Life-long learning portfolios  Interoperability between NHS / HE systems
    13. 13. 25 July 201413 Any questions?

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