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Bmj learning recent developments and future directions dr kieran walsh bmj learning november 2008

BMJ Learning Recent developmentsandfuture directionsDr. Kieran WalshBMJ LearningNovember 2008


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  • Experiences in other countries

  • Customisation

  • Editorial strategy

  • Partnerships

  • Future directions

  • Authoring and commissioning modules


Experiences in other countries

Experiences in other countries

  • 10’s of countries throughout the world

  • New Zealand

  • Saudi Arabia

  • International channel


Bmj learning and customised websites

BMJ Learning and customised websites

  • We could create a customised channel for you and/or your clinicians


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BMJ Learning and customised websites

A customised channel could contain:

  • a home page – which you could control and change as you saw fit

  • a modules page – you could populate the site with learning modules

  • a plan and record

  • an about assessment page

  • a curriculum and competencies page – you could control this.

    Any site could be co-branded.


Bmj learning and customised websites2

BMJ Learning and customised websites

You can be as involved as you like in the

creation of a customised channel.

  • You may choose a light touch approach where you change only the text on the home page at set intervals

  • Or you may choose a more hands on approach where you would be responsible for content creation according to a fixed template and the text of all the web pages


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BMJ Learning and customised websites

Division of responsibilities

  • Who would do what - we would also need to decide on ownership and governance


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Basic Customization of BMJ Learning for the RNZCGP

Front Page news or announcements can be changed

Logo can be integrated


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Logo can be integrated on each page


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Logo can be integrated on each page

Curriculum and assessment can include local details about your specific curriculum in New Zealand and how and if you make assessments. At the moment you can see this covers the UK GP curriculum but we can change this to information on New Zealand which you can decide upon


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Logo can be integrated on certificate page or text


Reporting

Reporting

  • Number of visitors

  • Number of hits

  • Number of modules accessed

  • Improvement in scores

  • Feedback

  • Who did what

  • Increasing sophistication


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BMJ Learning and customised websites

Learning channel

  • More ambitious

  • Not like starting from scratch

  • Collaboration - using knowledge and skills on both sides


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BMJ Learning and customised websites

Learning channel

  • More ambitious

  • Not like starting from scratch

  • Collaboration - using knowledge and skills on both sides


Bmj learning and customised websites6

BMJ Learning and customised websites

Learning channel

  • More ambitious

  • Not like starting from scratch

  • Collaboration - using knowledge and skills on both sides


Bmj learning and customised websites7

BMJ Learning and customised websites

Learning channel

  • More ambitious

  • Not like starting from scratch

  • Collaboration - using knowledge and skills on both sides


Bmj learning and customised websites8

BMJ Learning and customised websites

Learning channel

  • More ambitious

  • Not like starting from scratch

  • Collaboration - using knowledge and skills on both sides


Editorial strategy

Editorial strategy


The goal of bmj learning

The goal of BMJ Learning

To become to best available provider of high

quality interactive and independent learning

resources for a wide number of

interdisciplinary health professional

audiences.


Current status

Current status

  • Interactive case histories (these involve a pre-test, a number of interactive case presentations and a post-test)

  • Just in time learning resources (these are evidence based reviews with assessment questions at the end)

  • Read reflect respond learning resources (these are reflective type modules about ethical issues or professionalism)

  • BMJ Masterclass highlights (these are a series of radio interviews with speakers from BMJ Masterclass – our face-to-face learning events)

  • Multimedia modules (these contain state of the art multimedia and interactivity).

BMJ Learning provides a wide variety of online learning

resources to cater for learners with different learning styles.

It provides:


Processes for deciding on content

Processes for deciding on content

We decide what topics to publish modules on according to

two processes:

  • Needs assessment

  • Curriculum-led services

  • We work with a wide variety of health professionals to help us decide on CME content. This includes working GPs, medical educationalists, speciality journal editors and academic leaders.


Processes for deciding on content 2

Processes for deciding on content (2)

  • “hot topics”

  • the BMJ itself

  • monthly specialist journals

  • BMJ Clinical Evidence

  • external resources: national and international guidelines, national service frameworks, other journals.


The future

The future

  • Critical mass of content so that we can provide learners with a one stop shop targeted resource

  • The needs of our core audience GPs and GP trainees and also general physicians within hospital medicine and foundation doctors

  • The needs of new audiences

  • Prehospital care

  • Emergency medicine physicians

  • Other specialists (journal related CME)

  • Medical students


The future1

The future

New types of content

  • Video procedures

  • Emergency videos

  • Non-clinical – leadership

  • New assessment formats – EMQs


Product

Product

  • Target audience

    - Size of audience

    - Usage

    - Needs

    - Strengths and weakness of current offering

  • Desirable areas to cover

  • Impact – evaluation – research


Strategy in action asthma

Strategy in action? Asthma

  • Asthma in adults: diagnosis - Just in time

  • Asthma in adults: management - Just in time

  • Childhood asthma - Just in time

  • Acute asthma - Interactive case history

  • Chronic severe asthma - Just in time

  • Occupational asthma - Interactive case history

  • Running an asthma clinic – Read reflect respond

  • Masterclass highlight respiratory medicine – Podcast

  • Simulation centre – Multimedia

  • User feedback

  • Needs assessment

  • Usage

  • Guidelines/frameworks

  • Outcomes – practice change

  • Curricula

  • Educational theory

  • Technology

  • Experiment

  • Evaluation – research


Authoring modules

Authoring modules

  • Good for channel partners

  • Good for individual doctors (case series of weight loss)


Authoring modules1

Authoring modules

  • Fixed template

  • Author

  • Peer review

  • Sign off

  • Local issues


Authoring modules2

Authoring modules

  • New Zealand first

  • Team of experts

  • Advice and light touch editorial work from BMJ

  • As much or as little as you want


Thank you

Thank you


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