Physician education for advanced therapy training and CME has become a priority in the healthcare education segment. The big debated question is CAN E-LEARNING TECHNOLOGY DELIVER THE DYNAMIC EXPERIENCE TO A PHYSICIAN AS IT HAPPENS IN ONE’S DAILY LIFE?
The answer is HAVE WE REALIZED IT YET? ARE WE WILLING TO TRY IT? THEN ‘YES’ E-LEARNING CAN DELIVER.
Knowledgebases of numerous clinical references, prescribing information, pharmacological databases, actual patient case histories can be re-engineered to deliver a virtual clinical experience.
Customized web-based programs can be developed that simulate a clinic online. Physicians can select patients with different ailment histories. In such programs functions can be built in where a physician may reveiw patient past ailment history, reveiw past and current medications, attempt to offer alternative therapies and get associated results.
Such e-learning programs can be designed to provide intermediate decision-making pathways and points for practising physicians to learn and assess their clinical and diagnostic knowledge and approach with respect to current and latest therapies and trends.
To make such online programs more effective, feedbacking interactivity can be programmed to any desired complexities to deliver a real-time evolving and dynamic learning experience to physicians.
Think to amalgamate an experience of Electronic Medical Records System that can show up patient information upfront and add to the virtual clinical experience. Approved clinical guidance, standards and regulations can be integrated to refine the learning experience of the physician during the course of virtual clinical experience.