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Implementing e-learning in an acute hospital trust: meeting core business needs. Jane Hadfield and Caroline Plaice. Objectives. Define what we mean by e-learning and classroom learning Describe the managed learning environment Demonstrate key projects to meet Trust objectives

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Implementing e learning in an acute hospital trust meeting core business needs

Implementing e-learning in an acute hospital trust:meeting core business needs

Jane Hadfield and Caroline Plaice


Objectives
Objectives

  • Define what we mean by e-learning and classroom learning

  • Describe the managed learning environment

  • Demonstrate key projects to meet Trust objectives

  • Take a candid look at challenges to implementation


What is e learning
What is e-learning ?

‘the facilitation of learning through the use of electronic technology’ (Cumbria and Lancashire Strategic Health Authority, 2003)

Can be -

  • Electronic learning

  • Web based learning

  • Computer based learning

  • Online learning

  • Distance learning

  • Technology based learning


Tried and tested
Tried and tested -

  • Pitman's Shorthand Correspondence – 1889.

    • Printed course posted to learners with assignments back to the Tutor in London.


Quality of learning
Quality of learning -

Studies have shown:

Learning can be 25 to 40% higher

  • Learning time reduced by an average of 40 to 60%


Blended learning
Blended Learning

“…represents an opportunity to integrate the innovative and technological advances offered by online with the interaction and participation offered in the best of traditional learning”

Thorn, K 2003. Blended Learning


Our blended approach what are we talking about
Our ‘Blended’ approach -What are we talking about?

Some or all of these –

  • Pre requisite study

  • Classroom attendance

  • Coaching and mentoring

  • Learning by doing

  • E learning

    All recorded and managed through the MLE



Project team
Project Team

  • Executive Level support

  • Project Sponsor

  • Partnership working


What we offer is acontinuum from…Links to packagesFace to face courses with online documentationProfessional foraMCQsInteractive assessments‘In house’ developed materials






Aim

  •  To relentlessly improve patient experience and safety relating to infection control by the provision and embedding of blended learning


Objectives include
Objectives include…

  • All infection control link practitioners to have completed the CLU Infection Control E Learning package by end of March 2008

  • Identifying appropriate learning programmes to complement and extend the CLU and BMJ Learning clostridium difficile packages

  • Initiate improvement cycles and action learning sets by facilitating group discussion in identifying practice development to reduce health care associated infections


Appraisal development review
Appraisal & Development Review

  • Courses can be pushed out through line managers

  • Electronic management of portfolio and individuals record


Developing e-learning for ICE - Order Communications

  • Testing the e authoring tools

    Implementing NCRS

  • 10 000 people will need training….

  • Integrating booking, training and assessment process


Challenges to implementation
Challenges to implementation

  • Data quality

  • Existence of key fields – but in different databases

  • Key fields – but not automated

  • Changing processes at the point of induction

  • Infrastructure

  • New skills set required

  • Project support

  • Content timescales


The future
The Future

  • Short Term Goals

    • Role out of e content

    • NVQ 3 Direct Training and Support course structure drafted

    • Self Service within the MLE

    • Opening the system out to students on placement

  • Development of skills in designing e-learning


Medium long term the future
MEDIUM – LONG TERM The Future

  • Medium Term Goals

  • Implementation of Oracle Learner Management System when: - E learning integrated - Can be used both from work and outside the organisation

  • Development of skills in designing e-learning


Final thoughts…

Identify high impact driversLaunch subjects that appeal to

influential sponsors

Think of e learning as more than just content: support learners where possible as you would in the classroom


[email protected]

[email protected]


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