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  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com Medical and Health e learning • Dr Balasubramanyam • Professor, Dept of Anatomy, St Johns Medical College, Bangalore •e-teacher •Instructional designer •Certified consumer heath writer •President, Bangalore chapter of Indian Association for medical informatics
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com Medical e learning M learning Social learning Rapid e learning
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com MEdRC EduTech Hyderabad Content providers for medical education • DEMO – Smarteach ( raichur folder ) Instructor cds for text books
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  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com If you want to know how • we practiced medicine 5 years ago, read a textbook. • we practiced medicine 2 years ago, read a journal. • we pactice medicine this month, go to a (good) conference. • we practice medicine now and in the future, switch to e learning
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com • “If you want to teach me, you first have to reach me.” • First we need to improve digital and e social literacy among the faculty and students • Students learn best when they act as independent critical explorers ( self directed ) within their disciplines.
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com Medical e learning • For doctors, nurses, lab technicians, administrators • For patients • For lay public (other than patients, relatives ) • For medical and allied students • E learning for research purposes • Companies to clients Slides, voice over, video presentation, high quality graphics, pictures, case studies, examples and exercises - almost as though you were in the training room itself.
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com Doctor to patient • Most popular domain in medical e learning • Web based, mobile based, cds, dvd and other media • TV • Revenue models are warming up to a level of reasonable profitability. • Non profit models also noted – universities
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com MCI has introduced credit points for all doctors for updating their knowledge
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com Popular topics • Public health • Cancer • Pregnancy and maternal health • How to take care of your baby • Geriatric health care • Lifestyles and health • Yoga
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com • General topics – Leadership skills for doctors – Time management for doctors – Presentation skills for doctors – Finance administration for doctors – How to start and manage your nursing home • Focused topics: – Safeguarding children – Handling the neonate – Interpreting an ECG – Interpreting a blood smear – Statistics for doctors – Introductory genetics for doctors – Fundamentals of clinical trials Every medical institution must have a dept of continuing medical education
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com • The human body is the most curious information box for the public. • Short courses on line – respiratory system, digestive system etc • Consumer health writing • MOOCs – edusera.edX • Be your own doctor – on various topics e.g. manage asthma on your own.
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com For medical professionals • First Aid and CPR • 12 lead ECG interpretation • Pulmonary Physiology • Acid-Base Physiology • Anesthetics International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET)
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  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com Rapid e-Learning? • Production process of creating e-learning courses quickly and effectively without having to use overly complicated software or programming techniques.
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  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com • Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a web feed format used to publish frequently updated digital content, such as journals scientific articles and news feeds
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com Social media use in medical education: a systematic review. Cheston et al 2013 • Interventions using social media tools were associated with – improved knowledge (e.g., exam scores), – attitudes (e.g., empathy), and – skills (e.g., reflective writing). • The most commonly reported opportunities related to incorporating social media tools were: • promoting learner engagement (71% of studies), • feedback (57%), and collaboration and • professional development (both 36%). • The most commonly cited challenges were: • technical issues (43%), • variable learner participation (43%), and • privacy/security concerns (29%).
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com Social networking Good to share ideas and thoughts – in the informal domains of education Preferable to have institutional LMS to handle the more formal aspects of education A communications outlet with a safety net built in – communicating within your own social circle Information, advice and guidance Curricular content, with evaluation
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  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com • Latest pharma products – updated information online at available to the doctor at the point of prescription.
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  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com Virtual patient • Medical History, Physical Examination, Clinical History, Differential Diagnosis, Investigations, Working Diagnosis, Management Plan, Follow- up and Case Summary.
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com Doctor to student • Clinical reasoning using virtual patient: • The virtual patient cases support the delivery of traditional learning introducing problem based scenarios focused on clinical or general practice. • Virtual patients can be embedded in the delivery of clinical teaching. The learner may be acting independently, or under the guidance of a tutor or instructor, or in a collaborative setting with their peers. • The learner may use a scenario to explore personal/professional aspects of the patient-doctor relationship addressing communication and ethic issues promoting reflective thinking. • Repositories of scenarios may collectively address broad issues of healthcare which can be incorporated into clinical teaching settings as relevant.
  • Cell: 9379258593 baluvbs@yahoo.com • Using the eLearning technology, it provides hands-on practice with automated feedback giving the learner immediate correction of errors, and offers effective learning and instruction at the learner's own pace.