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A new study has revealed that electronic learning (e-Learning) allows more students to train as medical professionals across the globe compared to traditional learning.

Amongst those who receive their medical training through electronic means are – doctors, nurses, lab technicians and other health professionals. The study was conducted by Imperial College London researchers on behalf of a review commissioned by the World Health Organization (WHO). According to the study’s findings e-Learning, in most cases, are likely to be as effective as traditional methods for learning as health professionals. Many universities have already deployed e-learning as a key element in their distance learning program, or even for supporting traditional campus based teaching. The study further suggests that the wider use of e-Learning could be immensely helpful to meet the growing requirement of health workers across the world. WHO statistics show that the world currently has a shortage of 7.2 million health professionals, the figure constantly growing.

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How To Build Your Professional Learning Community

  • Don’t be afraid to do some hard work and make some mistakes
  • Figure out what you want to learn about, and join discussions on these topics
  • Participate in the discussions! Show you are a thought leader
  • Talk to your colleagues who are interested in collaborating

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