Published on in Vol 7, No 1 (2021): Jan-Mar

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/13681, first published .
Exploring the Cost of eLearning in Health Professions Education: Scoping Review

Exploring the Cost of eLearning in Health Professions Education: Scoping Review

Exploring the Cost of eLearning in Health Professions Education: Scoping Review

Journals

  1. Henze S, Fellmer F, Wittenberg S, Höppner S, Märdian S, Willy C, Back D. Digital adaptation of teaching disaster and deployment medicine under COVID-19 conditions: a comparative evaluation over 5 years. BMC Medical Education 2022;22(1) View
  2. Akbari M, Danesh M, Moumenihelali H, Rezvani A. How does Identity Theory contribute to the Continuance Use of E-learning: The mediating role of Inertia and moderating role of computer Self-efficacy. Education and Information Technologies 2023;28(6):6321 View
  3. McNamara L, Scott K, Boyd R, Farmer E, Webb A, Bosanquet M, Nguyen K, Novak I. Can web-based implementation interventions improve physician early diagnosis of cerebral palsy? Protocol for a 3-arm parallel superiority randomised controlled trial and cost–consequence analysis comparing adaptive and non-adaptive virtual patient instructional designs with control to evaluate effectiveness on physician behaviour, diagnostic skills and patient outcomes. BMJ Open 2022;12(11):e063558 View
  4. Segovia-García N. Infraestructura necesaria para facilitar una educación superior online de calidad. HUMAN REVIEW. International Humanities Review / Revista Internacional de Humanidades 2023;12(4):1 View
  5. Dascalu C, Antohe M, Topoliceanu C, Purcarea V. Medicine Students’ Opinions Post-COVID-19 Regarding Online Learning in Association with Their Preferences as Internet Consumers. Sustainability 2023;15(4):3549 View
  6. Salehi R, de Young S, Asamoah A, Aryee S, Eli R, Couper B, Smith B, Djokoto C, Agyeman Y, Zakaria A, Butt N, Boadu A, Nyante F, Merdiemah G, Oliver-Commey J, Ofori-Boadu L, Akoriyea S, Parry M, Fiore C, Okae F, Adams A, Acquah H. Evaluation of a continuing professional development strategy on COVID-19 for 10 000 health workers in Ghana: a two-pronged approach. Human Resources for Health 2023;21(1) View
  7. Kamath A, Ullal S. Learning and clinical reasoning experience of second-year medical pharmacology students and teachers with virtual patients developed using OpenLabyrinth. Electronic Journal of General Medicine 2023;20(5):em509 View
  8. Segovia-García N, Martín-Caro E. Cost Analysis in Online Teaching Using an Activity Map. Education Sciences 2023;13(5):506 View
  9. Reid S, Sa B, Giddings S, Rafeek R, Singh S, Harnarayan P, Farnon N. What the COVID-19 Pandemic Taught Medical Educators in the Caribbean about Online Clinical Teaching. International Medical Education 2023;2(3):219 View
  10. Yaros J, de Mortier C, oude Egbrink M, Evers S, Paulus A. Identifying costs in health professions education: a scoping review protocol. BMJ Open 2023;13(10):e074410 View
  11. Harel-Sterling M. Can you teach a hands-on skill online? A scoping review of e-learning for point-of-care ultrasound in medical education. Canadian Medical Education Journal 2023 View