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|Title:||Using clinical guidelines in an eLearning context|
Santos, Jose Luis
life long learning
|Abstract:||Clinical guidelines have been widely used to standardise medical practices according to scientific evidence, aiming at improving quality and reducing risks. In this paper we discuss how clinical guidelines are also extremely useful in an eLearning context. The information contained in the guideline, its decision workflow and its execution with real patients can be the basis for both formal and informal learning processes involving medical students, medical professionals or patients. We present different learning scenarios based on the use of clinical guidelines. We also describe the main elements of our guideline execution engine which is currently under development.|
|Description:||Blat, J. et al (2006). Research and adaptation of clinical guidelines for eLearning contexts to facilitate resource sharing and lifelong learning activities. Submitted to the open workshop in Bolton/Manchester, UK. 8 - 12 January 2007.|
|Appears in Collections:||1. TENC: Publications and Preprints|
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