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  1. Psychosocial Oncology E-learning Module for Psychiatry Residents: A Pilot Study BACKGROUND OBJECTIVES FINDINGS Change in Scores for Depression Sub-module • The Department of Psychiatry at the University of Ottawa has developed an eLearning website. The website is intended to be complementary to existing regular training sessions held for residents. • The Ottawa Hospital Cancer Center Psychosocial Oncology Program piloted an eLearning module for a PGY-3 residents in the program. The content included PowerPoint presentations with accompanying videos, text and video based case vignettes and MCQs. • The final content was modified as per feedback from the pilot group. • The module is intended to be made available to all residents in the program. • To determine effectiveness of an online eLearning module on Psychosocial Oncology offered to PGY3 residents • To collect and analyze qualitative feedback on the module from the residents. METHODS • Residents were requested to complete the module on an introductory session. • The module was divided into two subsections: • Depressive disorders in psychosocial oncology • Anxiety disorders in psychosocial oncology • Pre and post-test multiple choice questions were used to measure the effectiveness of this learning tool. • Qualitative data collected via a feedback survey after the module Change in Scores for Anxiety Sub-module DISCUSSION SURVEY FEEDBACK Analysis • The Psychosocial Oncology E-learning module for psychiatry residents was rated as good to excellent by 70% of residents • Pre and post-testing showed a significant change in scores in the moderate effect size range • Qualitative feedback was positive. • Future steps include: Improving the content of the module and offering it to all psychiatry residents in the program • Positive Feedback: • Concise and well summarized. • Ability to do sessions at own pace • User-friendly • Interactive • Suggestions for Improvement: • More case vignettes/examples • Improve sound quality • Add module on death/dying and delirium • Anxiety Pre-test to Post-test Scores • Paired t-test: p< 0.05, Effect size = 0.50 • Depression Pre-test to Post-test Scores • Paired t-test: p< 0.001, Effect Size = 0.50 References • Jorge G. Ruiz, MD, Michael J. Mintzer, MD, and Rosanne M. Leipzig, MD, PhD. The Impact of E-Learning in Medical Education Academic Medicine, Vol. 81, No. 3 / March 2006 • Wong et al. Internet-based medical education: a realist review of what works, for whom and in what circumstancesBMC Medical Education 2010, 10:12 • A P Choules. The use of elearning in medical education: a review of the current situation Postgrad Med J 2007;83:212–216 AUTHORS Dr. C Gerin-Lajoie, MD, FRCPC, Clinical Director, Department of Psychosocial Oncology, University of Ottawa Dr. Mariam Al-Awadhi, MBBS, MD, FRCPC, Fellow Psychosocial Oncology, University of Ottawa Dr. S Bismil, MBBS, Resident, Department of Psychiatry, University of Ottawa Dr. R Bismil, MBBS, MD (Psychiatry), FRCPC, Academic Co-ordinator, Department of Psychiatry, University of Ottawa Acknowledgements: Dr. K Gillis, Chair, Department of Psychiatry, University of Ottawa Dr. B Booth, Program Director, Department of Psychiatry, University of Ottawa Mr. J Withnall, CEO Webcanvas.ca This project was supported financially and administratively by the Department of Psychiatry, University of Ottawa