Virtual clinics: online PBL for health professionals

Tim Bilham

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Abstract

Virtual clinics are conceived as a mechanism to bring rare or inaccessible but authentic practice-based learning opportunities to healthcare professionals studying on professional programmes at a distance, including overseas. The poster reports on a learning intervention, initiated in 2005 and currently an integral part of a postgraduate programme delivered predominantly online. It looks at the design, development and delivery of an online PBL process, the use of mediated communications and e-tivities and evaluates the learners’ experience as well as that of the online tutor/ facilitators.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 27 Mar 2007
EventFestival of Learning, Health Professions’ Education in the 21st Century - Royal College of Physicians, London
Duration: 27 Mar 200729 Mar 2007

Conference

ConferenceFestival of Learning, Health Professions’ Education in the 21st Century
CityRoyal College of Physicians, London
Period27/03/0729/03/07

Keywords

  • medical education
  • virtual clinics
  • PBL
  • e-learning

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    Bilham, T. (2007). Virtual clinics: online PBL for health professionals. Poster session presented at Festival of Learning, Health Professions’ Education in the 21st Century, Royal College of Physicians, London, .