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Does blended learning enhance CPR knowledge and attitudes?

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation or CPR is essential in both the hospital and community. Some elements crossover in terms of approach depending on the setting and some are different depending on what tools are available. Read more

Want to study public health? Check the data behind the course, as evidence suggests the standards vary

Are you planning on studying public health or have you already had some formal training? If so, you may have to be careful as recent evidence suggests very few faculties are using evidence-based approaches when it comes to teaching. Read more

Electronic Health Records: How much do you know?

When learning a healthcare speciality, whether it be nursing, medicine, physiotherapy, pharmacy and more, how often are you taught about medical records? Read more

Can a tent and some mobile tech change training in rural and remote settings?

Methods of technology to aid training in rural regions vary. Can a tent be a soultion? Read more

E-learning in Postgraduate Medical Education – What Elements Influence Success?

When it comes to providing an ‘ideal’ course, is there a perfect formula? Influencing factors in the implementation of postgraduate medical e-learning. Read more