How does the Healthcare Sector use ELearning?

 
MELBOURNE, Australia - Aug. 11, 2014 - PRLog -- With the use of eLearning in the Healthcare sector set to rise by over 45%[1], Australian eLearning Development Company, Nine Lanterns, are currently looking for Learning and Development professionals within the Healthcare industry to take part in a survey.

Whilst the evidence is there to show that the sector is using eLearning, the question remains; how and why are Healthcare organisations using eLearning? And if they use it as part of a ‘blended’ approach, what other learning methods they are using alongside it?

The Healthcare sector often leads the way in using new eLearning Instructional Design methods and eLearning technologies to train its large, diverse and often geographically dispersed workforce on the latest research and techniques in the healthcare field.

L&D professionals can take part in the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/eLearninginHealthcare. Following their participation, they will have access to a full report on the findings and also be entered into a draw to win copy of ‘’Design for How People Learn (Voices that Matter)” by Julie Dirksen.

Nine Lanterns have a large degree of experience in working with Healthcare organisations to develop their eLearning modules, having recently worked with clients including BeyondBlue, the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Advanced Paediatric Life Support and the Australian Psychological Society.

The survey closes on 5th September 2014.

[1] http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/e-learning-in-healthcare-is-expected-to-grow-by-451-259043231.html

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