Since human lives are at stake, training in the healthcare industry is rigourous, intensive, and critical. Complicating matters, the medical world changes quickly as new procedures, practices, and technologies are introduced at an ever faster rate. To meet these challenges, healthcare has in the last decade embraced innovative learning technologies. This report provides an analysis of how the medical world uses a multitude of learning strategies to improve performance.
Co-written by Anya Wood, MDE. E-Learning Manager, University Health Network and Gary Woodill, Ed.D., Director, Research and Analysis, Brandon Hall Research, “Learning Technologies for Healthcare Education and Training“ provides an analysis of how the medical world uses a multitude of learning strategies to improve performance.
This report also includes more than 450 hyperlinks to online resources describing how each learning strategy is being used in healthcare today.