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Dr / Mai Elgharib
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Nourhan Dahshan
Introduction
 The educational goals of using technology in medical
education include facilitating basic knowledge
acquisition, improving decision making, enhancement
of perceptual variation, improving skill coordination,
practicing for rare or critical events, learning team
training, and improving psychomotor skills. Different
technologies can address these goals.
The information age
A period in human history characterized by
the shift from traditional industry that the
industrial revolution brought through
industrialization, to an economy based on
the information computerization.
Health education in the
information age
- The use of technology in education is a
reflection of what is happening on a much
larger scale in our communities.
- We are in a period of history often referred
to as the information age , the information
age is characterized by a change in focus from
industry to information.
The impact of technology on
the teacher and the learner
- The information age technology has had a
significant influence on educators and learners for a
number of reasons. Most importantly ,
- Learning has become a shared responsibility.
Teacher has taken on the role of facilitator as the
access to information bridge the gap between
teacher and learner. When information is widely
available ,it is no longer necessary for the teacher to
find’, filter and deliver the content .
 Therefore , the teacher is no longer the person who
holds all of the answers or the individual who is solely
responsible for imparting the information.
 - Educators in the information age are becoming
facilitators of learning rather than providers of
information. The need for memorization of the
information becomes less important than the ability to
think critically.
The impact of technology on
the teacher and the learner
The nurse must be prepared to be a facilitator
of learning by healping clients to access,
evaluate and use the wide range of
information that is available. The nurse must
also learn how and when to use technology
and remain current as new technology –based
tools become available in order to optimize
each learning experience.
Information Literacy
Information literacy is the ability to find,
evaluate, organize, use, and communicate
information in all its various formats, most
notably in situations requiring decision
making, problem solving, or the acquisition
of knowledge. It is a combination of research
skills, critical thinking skills, computer
technology skills, and communication skills.
Computer Literacy
 Computer literacy is defined as the knowledge and
ability to use computers and related technology
efficiently, with skill levels ranging from elementary
use to computer programming and advanced problem
solving.
 Computer literacy can also refer to the comfort level
someone has with using computer programs and
applications.
Consumer health informatics
 Consumer health informatics is a branch of health or
clinical informatics that analyzes information needs of
consumers, develops, tests, and implements strategies
to deliver health information to consumers, and
integrates consumer preferences into clinical
information systems
Strategies for using technology
in health care education
A pre-teaching assessment of a client in
the information age must begin with
questions about computer use.
1-On-line healthcare
education
1. World Wide Web (WWW)
- World Wide Web (WWW): A technical definition of the
World Wide Web is all the resources and users on the Internet
that are using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) that
provides access to images, videos , sound and text
the world wide web is the most familiar technology-based
educational recourses Internet
- As it is provides unlimited resources for nurses to use in
practice and in professional education and development. Web
sites provide access to bibliographic databases, continuing
education, online journals and resources for patient teaching
and professional practice.
1. World Wide Web (WWW)
- Because the web can be so influential, it is important
to determine that the information a client has found is
accurate, complete and fully understood.
- It is important for nurses to establish early in their
relationship with clients that they are interested in
talking with them about the information they have
gathered from the web or other resources they have
available to them. Client need to feel that nurses are
open to discussing whatever information they find.
They need to understand that nurses are a partner in
seeking the best information available.
Internet
- The World Wide Web (WWW) is merely a small
component of the much larger computer net work
called internet.
- The internet service most likely to be of interest to
nurse educators includes those that allow computer-
facilitated communication such as
E-mail
Mailing lists
Electronic discussion group
Online chats
Steps to develop website
information literacy skills
- Healthcare consumers may not have the
background knowledge to evaluate
information to the same extent as a
professional, they can be taught some simple
steps to develop their information literacy
skills and to help them begin to identify
which web sites are useful and which are
problematic. These steps are:
Steps to develop website information
literacy skills
- Reduce a problem to a searchable command
- Categorize a web page according to its purpose
- identify sources of potential bias
- Make judgments about the accuracy and reliability of information
found
- Make decisions about the comprehensiveness of information
found
- Determine currency
- Identify resources to answer questions or verify assumptions
about content of a webpage
- The nurse can teach clients who access the web to use it more
effectively and can be proactive in encouraging others to give it a
try.
Sample of websites appropriate to the
needs of different client populations
URL
Web sites
https://medlineplus.gov
Medline plus
http://www.aamds.org
Plastic anemia and MDS
http://www.mayoclinic.org
Mayoclinc.com
http://www.cancer.net
Cancer net
http://www.lehman.cuny.edu
/facaulty/jfeitas/bandaides/
bandaides and black boards
http://www.netwellness.org
net wellness
Sample of websites for health
care professional
URL
Websites
http://www.medline .com/
Medline
http://www.schoolnurse.com
School nurse.com
http://www.nih.gov
National institutes for health
http://www.allnursing
schools.com
All nursing schools.com
Criteria for Evaluating Web Sites
1-Accuracy
Make sure that ;
-Supportive data provided, current and from reputable
source.
- Can you find the same information on other website.
- Is the information provided comprehensive ?
- Is there more than point of view presented?
2. Design
-
- Is the site well organized and easy to navigate?
-
- Can I find the information I am looking for within a few
clicks?
- Are there typographical error ?
- Do graphics serve a purpose other than decoration ?
3. Authority
- Are the sponsor / author(s) credible, governments
,educational institution , health carte organization ….. ?
- Are the author credential appropriate for the purpose of the
site ?
4. Authors/Sponsors
- Who is the author/publisher?
- Is that source clearly identified on the site?
- Can I contact the author through an e-mail, phone
number, or a mailing address?
- What are the author's credentials? Is he or she an
expert in the subject I am researching?
- Is the site created or sponsored by a reputable
organization? If so, can
Can I confirm that the organization is a credible,
authoritative source of information?
5. Currency
- Are the links current or updated regularly?
- Is the information on the page outdated?
Internet-based
Communication
- The internet services most likely to be of interest to
nurse educators include those that allow computer
facilitated communication that have been used to
communicate with people about health and
healthcare such as ;
E-mail
Electronic discussion groups
Mailing lists
Blogs, online forums, message boards, bulletin
boards
Online chats
Discussion Boards
E-Health Code of Ethics
Candor ;disclose the information about the creators nl
purpose of the site that will help users make judgment
about the creditability and trustworthiness of
information or service provided
Honesty ;truthful in describing products and present
information that is not likely to mislead the user
Quality; ensure that information is accurate, easy to
understood and provide background information
Informed Consent; inform the user if personal
information is collected and allow them to choose
whether the information can be used or shared
E-Health Code of Ethics
Privacy ;ensure that the user’s rights to privacy is protected
Professionalism in online health care ;A bide by the ethical
code of your profession (nursing ,medicine), provide the
users with the information about who you are, what you can
do online and which limitations may apply to the online
interaction
Responsible Partnering ; ensure that sponsors ,partners and
others who works with you are trustworthy
Accountability ; Implement procedure for collecting
,reviewing and responding to user feedback . Develop and
share procedures for self-monitoring compliance with the e-
Health Codes of Ethics
II. Social Media
- The health care industry has begun to recognize the
potential of social media to educate and empower people ,to
quickly send messages to worldwide audience and to gather
information about public perceptions of health issues.
Blogs
- Consumers may turn to these for health-related information to share
knowledge and experience in a specific topic.
- Many of the blogs found on the web are health related and the
creators tell a story about their experience in a given disease or
treatment.
II. Social Media
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube
- All are other social media tools that can be employed
by nurse for educational purposes
With these media , users create their own profile pages
where information, pictures, and other forms of media
such as blogs for comments can be posted.
Webcasts
- Are live broadcasts over the Internet that growing in
popularity as a training device that permit audiovideo
to be transmitted to participants in multiple locations .
Although webcast do not allow for interaction , they are
II. Social Media
Webinars
- Are web-based conferencing that allow for interaction and
when well run, can be an effective teaching  learning strategy
with group of people at distance.
Mobile Learning (m-Learning)
- The word mobile referes to both to the use of portable
technologies such as MP3 player to the end user –the mobile
adult who can truly learn any where ,any time ,any place .
Mobile devices can be used for a wide range o activities and
with both clients in the clinical area and students in the
academic area. These activities include accessing websites,
listening to the lectures, or broadcasts, recording experience,
and assignments and participating in learning focused games.
E-learning
Definition
E-learning is an abbreviation of the term
electronic learning.
E-learning is a technology which supports
teaching and learning using a computer web
technology.
Focus on Learner – Designing, developing,
delivering and assessing learning.
Types of E-learning
Synchronous E-Learning
Synchronous learning: learning and
teaching takes place in real time (same
time) while the trainer and learners are
physically separated from each other.
Examples include:
- listening to a live radio broadcast
- watching live a television broadcast
Types of E-learning
Asynchronous E-learning
- Asynchronous learning is the fact that that the
trainer prepares the courseware material before the
course takes place. The learner is free to decide
when he wants to study the courseware.
-
In other words Asynchronous e-learning where
people are not online at the same time and
interaction does not occur without a time delay,
allowing people to participate on their schedules.
-
Types of E-learning
-
Examples include:
-
- self paced courses taken via Internet or CD-ROM
- videotaped classes
-
- stored audio/video Web presentations or seminars
-
- recorded audio tapes
- Q & A mentoring
- reading e-mail messages
Advantages of E-learning
- Reduced overall cost
- Learning times reduced
- Increase retention
- Consistent delivery
- On-demand availability/flexibility
- Expert knowledge
- Self-pacing
- Interactivity
- Confidence
- Transportation cost and saving
- Reducing enviromental impact
Disadvantage of E-learning
-
-Learners need to have access to a computer as well as
the internet.
-
- learners also need to have computer skills with
programs such as word processing, internet browsers,
and e-mail.
-
- E-learning also requires just as much time for
attending classroom course.
-
- students may feel isolated from the instructor
Disadvantage
-
- Slow or unreliable internet connections can be
frustrating.
-
- Teachers lack of knowledge and experince to
manage virtual teacher-student interaction.
- Lack of direct and immediate feedback from teachers
-
- Bias towards tech-savvy students over non-
technical students.
-
- Asynchronouscommunication hinders fastexchange
of
question.
- Danger of procrastination that is to postpone or delay
Application
Introdution
Using system IT in hospital to collect
data about infected patient in ICU and
then interfere with nursing stuff throw
whatsapp to collect their information
and problem faced in their area and
arrange a lecture about infection control
technique.
STEPS
- When I revise data in
hospital system I found
ten cases monthly
infected with hospital
acquired infection.
LECTURE CONTENT
10 BEST STRATEGIES FOR INFECTION
PREVENTION AND CONTROL
1. Hand Hygiene.
2. Environmental hygiene.
3. Screening and cohorting patients.
4. Vaccinations.
5. Surveillance.
LECTURE CONTENT
10 BEST STRATEGIES FOR INFECTION
PREVENTION AND CONTROL
6. Antibiotic stewardship.
7. Care coordination.
8. Following the evidence.
9. Appreciating all the departments that
support the infection prevention program.
10. Comprehensive Unit-based Safety
Programs.
LECTURE CONTENT
LECTURE CONTENT
EVALUATION
- I collect data again throw whats app and the
same problems still facing them and I found
twenty-three persons responded and six was
still having problems with applications and
only one didn’t respond at all. And when I
revised hospital system again I found a
decrease in infected cases estimated by one
or two cases monthly.
Reference
Bastable, S. (2014): Nurse As Educator:
Principles of Teaching and Learning For
Nursing Practice. 3rd ed Jones and Bartlett
Publishers, Sudbury.
https://blog.lamresearch.com/technology-in-
education-changing-the-way-kids-learn/
http://www.dezzain.com/technology/technol
ogy-effects-on-education/
https://skylinecollege.edu/library/informatio

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  • 1.
  • 2. Prepared to / Dr / Mai Elgharib Prepared by/ Nourhan Dahshan
  • 3. Introduction  The educational goals of using technology in medical education include facilitating basic knowledge acquisition, improving decision making, enhancement of perceptual variation, improving skill coordination, practicing for rare or critical events, learning team training, and improving psychomotor skills. Different technologies can address these goals.
  • 4. The information age A period in human history characterized by the shift from traditional industry that the industrial revolution brought through industrialization, to an economy based on the information computerization.
  • 5. Health education in the information age - The use of technology in education is a reflection of what is happening on a much larger scale in our communities. - We are in a period of history often referred to as the information age , the information age is characterized by a change in focus from industry to information.
  • 6. The impact of technology on the teacher and the learner - The information age technology has had a significant influence on educators and learners for a number of reasons. Most importantly , - Learning has become a shared responsibility. Teacher has taken on the role of facilitator as the access to information bridge the gap between teacher and learner. When information is widely available ,it is no longer necessary for the teacher to find’, filter and deliver the content .
  • 7.  Therefore , the teacher is no longer the person who holds all of the answers or the individual who is solely responsible for imparting the information.  - Educators in the information age are becoming facilitators of learning rather than providers of information. The need for memorization of the information becomes less important than the ability to think critically.
  • 8. The impact of technology on the teacher and the learner The nurse must be prepared to be a facilitator of learning by healping clients to access, evaluate and use the wide range of information that is available. The nurse must also learn how and when to use technology and remain current as new technology –based tools become available in order to optimize each learning experience.
  • 9. Information Literacy Information literacy is the ability to find, evaluate, organize, use, and communicate information in all its various formats, most notably in situations requiring decision making, problem solving, or the acquisition of knowledge. It is a combination of research skills, critical thinking skills, computer technology skills, and communication skills.
  • 10. Computer Literacy  Computer literacy is defined as the knowledge and ability to use computers and related technology efficiently, with skill levels ranging from elementary use to computer programming and advanced problem solving.  Computer literacy can also refer to the comfort level someone has with using computer programs and applications.
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  • 12. Consumer health informatics  Consumer health informatics is a branch of health or clinical informatics that analyzes information needs of consumers, develops, tests, and implements strategies to deliver health information to consumers, and integrates consumer preferences into clinical information systems
  • 13. Strategies for using technology in health care education A pre-teaching assessment of a client in the information age must begin with questions about computer use.
  • 14. 1-On-line healthcare education 1. World Wide Web (WWW) - World Wide Web (WWW): A technical definition of the World Wide Web is all the resources and users on the Internet that are using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) that provides access to images, videos , sound and text the world wide web is the most familiar technology-based educational recourses Internet - As it is provides unlimited resources for nurses to use in practice and in professional education and development. Web sites provide access to bibliographic databases, continuing education, online journals and resources for patient teaching and professional practice.
  • 15. 1. World Wide Web (WWW) - Because the web can be so influential, it is important to determine that the information a client has found is accurate, complete and fully understood. - It is important for nurses to establish early in their relationship with clients that they are interested in talking with them about the information they have gathered from the web or other resources they have available to them. Client need to feel that nurses are open to discussing whatever information they find. They need to understand that nurses are a partner in seeking the best information available.
  • 16. Internet - The World Wide Web (WWW) is merely a small component of the much larger computer net work called internet. - The internet service most likely to be of interest to nurse educators includes those that allow computer- facilitated communication such as E-mail Mailing lists Electronic discussion group Online chats
  • 17. Steps to develop website information literacy skills - Healthcare consumers may not have the background knowledge to evaluate information to the same extent as a professional, they can be taught some simple steps to develop their information literacy skills and to help them begin to identify which web sites are useful and which are problematic. These steps are:
  • 18. Steps to develop website information literacy skills - Reduce a problem to a searchable command - Categorize a web page according to its purpose - identify sources of potential bias - Make judgments about the accuracy and reliability of information found - Make decisions about the comprehensiveness of information found - Determine currency - Identify resources to answer questions or verify assumptions about content of a webpage - The nurse can teach clients who access the web to use it more effectively and can be proactive in encouraging others to give it a try.
  • 19. Sample of websites appropriate to the needs of different client populations URL Web sites https://medlineplus.gov Medline plus http://www.aamds.org Plastic anemia and MDS http://www.mayoclinic.org Mayoclinc.com http://www.cancer.net Cancer net http://www.lehman.cuny.edu /facaulty/jfeitas/bandaides/ bandaides and black boards http://www.netwellness.org net wellness
  • 20. Sample of websites for health care professional URL Websites http://www.medline .com/ Medline http://www.schoolnurse.com School nurse.com http://www.nih.gov National institutes for health http://www.allnursing schools.com All nursing schools.com
  • 21. Criteria for Evaluating Web Sites 1-Accuracy Make sure that ; -Supportive data provided, current and from reputable source. - Can you find the same information on other website. - Is the information provided comprehensive ? - Is there more than point of view presented?
  • 22. 2. Design - - Is the site well organized and easy to navigate? - - Can I find the information I am looking for within a few clicks? - Are there typographical error ? - Do graphics serve a purpose other than decoration ? 3. Authority - Are the sponsor / author(s) credible, governments ,educational institution , health carte organization ….. ? - Are the author credential appropriate for the purpose of the site ?
  • 23. 4. Authors/Sponsors - Who is the author/publisher? - Is that source clearly identified on the site? - Can I contact the author through an e-mail, phone number, or a mailing address? - What are the author's credentials? Is he or she an expert in the subject I am researching? - Is the site created or sponsored by a reputable organization? If so, can Can I confirm that the organization is a credible, authoritative source of information? 5. Currency - Are the links current or updated regularly? - Is the information on the page outdated?
  • 24. Internet-based Communication - The internet services most likely to be of interest to nurse educators include those that allow computer facilitated communication that have been used to communicate with people about health and healthcare such as ; E-mail Electronic discussion groups Mailing lists Blogs, online forums, message boards, bulletin boards Online chats Discussion Boards
  • 25. E-Health Code of Ethics Candor ;disclose the information about the creators nl purpose of the site that will help users make judgment about the creditability and trustworthiness of information or service provided Honesty ;truthful in describing products and present information that is not likely to mislead the user Quality; ensure that information is accurate, easy to understood and provide background information Informed Consent; inform the user if personal information is collected and allow them to choose whether the information can be used or shared
  • 26. E-Health Code of Ethics Privacy ;ensure that the user’s rights to privacy is protected Professionalism in online health care ;A bide by the ethical code of your profession (nursing ,medicine), provide the users with the information about who you are, what you can do online and which limitations may apply to the online interaction Responsible Partnering ; ensure that sponsors ,partners and others who works with you are trustworthy Accountability ; Implement procedure for collecting ,reviewing and responding to user feedback . Develop and share procedures for self-monitoring compliance with the e- Health Codes of Ethics
  • 27. II. Social Media - The health care industry has begun to recognize the potential of social media to educate and empower people ,to quickly send messages to worldwide audience and to gather information about public perceptions of health issues. Blogs - Consumers may turn to these for health-related information to share knowledge and experience in a specific topic. - Many of the blogs found on the web are health related and the creators tell a story about their experience in a given disease or treatment.
  • 28. II. Social Media Facebook, Twitter, YouTube - All are other social media tools that can be employed by nurse for educational purposes With these media , users create their own profile pages where information, pictures, and other forms of media such as blogs for comments can be posted. Webcasts - Are live broadcasts over the Internet that growing in popularity as a training device that permit audiovideo to be transmitted to participants in multiple locations . Although webcast do not allow for interaction , they are
  • 29. II. Social Media Webinars - Are web-based conferencing that allow for interaction and when well run, can be an effective teaching learning strategy with group of people at distance. Mobile Learning (m-Learning) - The word mobile referes to both to the use of portable technologies such as MP3 player to the end user –the mobile adult who can truly learn any where ,any time ,any place . Mobile devices can be used for a wide range o activities and with both clients in the clinical area and students in the academic area. These activities include accessing websites, listening to the lectures, or broadcasts, recording experience, and assignments and participating in learning focused games.
  • 30. E-learning Definition E-learning is an abbreviation of the term electronic learning. E-learning is a technology which supports teaching and learning using a computer web technology. Focus on Learner – Designing, developing, delivering and assessing learning.
  • 31. Types of E-learning Synchronous E-Learning Synchronous learning: learning and teaching takes place in real time (same time) while the trainer and learners are physically separated from each other. Examples include: - listening to a live radio broadcast - watching live a television broadcast
  • 32. Types of E-learning Asynchronous E-learning - Asynchronous learning is the fact that that the trainer prepares the courseware material before the course takes place. The learner is free to decide when he wants to study the courseware. - In other words Asynchronous e-learning where people are not online at the same time and interaction does not occur without a time delay, allowing people to participate on their schedules. -
  • 33. Types of E-learning - Examples include: - - self paced courses taken via Internet or CD-ROM - videotaped classes - - stored audio/video Web presentations or seminars - - recorded audio tapes - Q & A mentoring - reading e-mail messages
  • 34. Advantages of E-learning - Reduced overall cost - Learning times reduced - Increase retention - Consistent delivery - On-demand availability/flexibility - Expert knowledge - Self-pacing - Interactivity - Confidence - Transportation cost and saving - Reducing enviromental impact
  • 35. Disadvantage of E-learning - -Learners need to have access to a computer as well as the internet. - - learners also need to have computer skills with programs such as word processing, internet browsers, and e-mail. - - E-learning also requires just as much time for attending classroom course. - - students may feel isolated from the instructor
  • 36. Disadvantage - - Slow or unreliable internet connections can be frustrating. - - Teachers lack of knowledge and experince to manage virtual teacher-student interaction. - Lack of direct and immediate feedback from teachers - - Bias towards tech-savvy students over non- technical students. - - Asynchronouscommunication hinders fastexchange of question. - Danger of procrastination that is to postpone or delay
  • 37. Application Introdution Using system IT in hospital to collect data about infected patient in ICU and then interfere with nursing stuff throw whatsapp to collect their information and problem faced in their area and arrange a lecture about infection control technique.
  • 38. STEPS - When I revise data in hospital system I found ten cases monthly infected with hospital acquired infection.
  • 39. LECTURE CONTENT 10 BEST STRATEGIES FOR INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL 1. Hand Hygiene. 2. Environmental hygiene. 3. Screening and cohorting patients. 4. Vaccinations. 5. Surveillance.
  • 40. LECTURE CONTENT 10 BEST STRATEGIES FOR INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL 6. Antibiotic stewardship. 7. Care coordination. 8. Following the evidence. 9. Appreciating all the departments that support the infection prevention program. 10. Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Programs.
  • 43. EVALUATION - I collect data again throw whats app and the same problems still facing them and I found twenty-three persons responded and six was still having problems with applications and only one didn’t respond at all. And when I revised hospital system again I found a decrease in infected cases estimated by one or two cases monthly.
  • 44. Reference Bastable, S. (2014): Nurse As Educator: Principles of Teaching and Learning For Nursing Practice. 3rd ed Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Sudbury. https://blog.lamresearch.com/technology-in- education-changing-the-way-kids-learn/ http://www.dezzain.com/technology/technol ogy-effects-on-education/ https://skylinecollege.edu/library/informatio