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Developing blended learning for continuing medical education. Sue Wieteska CEO, Advanced Life Support Group. ALSG – a global provider of life support courses. Forces. Driving. Restraining. ( Dis)comfort with new technology Expertise in constructing and hosting online learning resources

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Developing blended learning for continuing medical education

Developing blended learning for continuing medical education

Sue Wieteska

CEO, Advanced Life Support Group


Developing blended learning for continuing medical education

ALSG – a global provider of life support courses


Developing blended learning for continuing medical education

Forces

Driving

Restraining

(Dis)comfort with new technology

Expertise in constructing and hosting

online learning resources

Other infrastructure

Upfront funding

Demands of new consultant

contract and subsequent

availability of instructors

and candidates

Potential of online platforms

Emerging expectations

Some experience of developing

online courses


Developing blended learning for continuing medical education

  • Strengths

  • Robust content meeting international

  • standards of treatment

  • Clear educational model

  • Strong instructor cohort

  • Opportunities

  • Availability of free CMS platform

  • Threats

  • Perceptions of users (faculty and

  • candidates)

  • New consultant contract (2005)

  • Weaknesses

  • Web design expertise


The alsg model

The ALSG model


Developing blended learning for continuing medical education

(Tangible)

Benefits


Developing blended learning for continuing medical education

More intangible …

  • Contributed to an

  • emerging pedagogy

  • Positive evaluations

  • Receptive candidates

  • Ongoing developments

  • (including technical and

  • translation)


Developing blended learning for continuing medical education

www.alsg.org

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