Authors: Imperial College London, World Health Organization
Edited by Najeeb Al-Shorbaji, Rifat Atun, Josip Car, Azeem Majeed, Erica Wheeler
Date: January 2015
Number of pages: 156
ISBN: 978 92 4 150826 1
eLearning systematic review (pdf, 4.99 Mb)
This publication on ‘eLearning for Undergraduate Health Professional Education’ responds to a need at the country level for evidence to inform and guide health professional education as an important vehicle in preparing health professionals to be ‘fit-for-purpose’. The World Health Organization (WHO) Department of Health Workforce in collaboration with the Department of Knowledge, Ethics and Research commissioned the Global eHealth Unit (GeHU) at Imperial College London to conduct a systematic review of the scientific literature to evaluate the effectiveness of eLearning for undergraduate health professional education.
At a global level, it will assist in the implementation of the WHO’s global human resources for health strategy by providing the best evidence of how and where eLearning can best be used in country settings. The report also provides a foundation for the development of future WHO guidelines for pre-service training and the direction for future research.
Case studies on "eLearning / ICT for Health"
Transformative education for health professionals blog - thematic area: eLearning / ICT for Health
Recommendations on transformative health professionals' education: recommendations at a glance
WHO Department of health workforce official website