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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


Agw project

AGW Project


Project team

Project Team

  • Executive Level support

  • Project Sponsor

  • Partnership working


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

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


Relentlessly improve patient experience and safety

‘Relentlessly improve patient experience and safety’

NBT Top objective


Beacon online

BEACON Online


Infection control pilot project

Infection Control Pilot project


Blood transfusion

Blood Transfusion


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

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


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

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


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

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


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

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