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Sunday, February 17, 2008

Special Issue: e-Learning in Health Care

Just look at this interesting line-up in The Electronic Journal of e-Learning, February 2008, Volume 5, Number 4, Special Issue: e-Learning in Health Care:

E-learning is viewed as one way to support the development of healthcare professionals, offering flexible access to materials which enable practitioners to meet life-long learning agendas.
These papers present current international developments in the sector and capture the range of engagement in e-learning from the instructivist provision of information through to engaging students in constructivist learning online.
The growing impetus to develop and embrace e-learning in health care led to the convening of a mini-track at the 6th European Conference on E-Learning (ECEL) held in Denmark in 2007 and to invitations to support this Special Edition of the journal.

A Nurse Prescribing Programme Incorporating e-Learning
Joan Burgess
Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Winchester, UK

Exploring Virtual Opportunities to Enhance and Promote an Emergent Community of Practice
Kathy Courtney
Coventry University, UK

Mollie Gilchrist
Coventry University, UK

Lesley Lockyer, Pam Moule and Deirdre McGuigan
University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

Y.Q. Mohammed, G. Waddington, and P. Donnan
University of Canberra, Australia

Andy Pulman,
School of Health & Social Care, Bournemouth University, UK