Elearning and NHS connecting for health: an overview

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Candy, Philip. 2007. Elearning and NHS connecting for health: an overview. United Kingdom. NHS Connecting for Health.
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Elearning and NHS connecting for health: an overview

Report TypeProject report
Authors
AuthorCandy, Philip
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
Number of Pages21
Year2007
PublisherNHS Connecting for Health
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
Abstract

[Executive Summary]:
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the central importance of elearning to the success of the National Programme for IT (NPfIT), and to provide an introduction to the activities, projects and products already in existence or under development at a national level.

It is not a comprehensive treatment of elearning in the health sector, but a high level overview of how it relates to, and is affected by, NPfIT in particular. It forms part of a much larger strategic initiative, which is more fully conveyed in the National Workforce Group’s ‘Road Map for Elearning’ (Modernising Healthcare Training: Elearning in
Healthcare Services, April 2006).

Keywordse-learning; NHS; health services
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020420399. Health services and systems not elsewhere classified
Public Notes

© Crown Copyright 2007.

Byline AffiliationsDeputy Vice-Chancellor's Office (Global Learning Services)
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