Friday, 4 January 2013

Use of hyperlinked (radiology) case repositories in medical education

Use in blogs  (over 9380 radiology cases and over 5000 links to educational resources, with over 545,000 page views, as of 16 June, 2017; since Oct 2011)

Learning neuroradiology blog    (over 5230 cases and over 170,000 page views)
Learning head and neck radiology blog    (over 1040 cases and over 38,000 page views)
Learning orbit radiology blog    (over 25 cases public blog, with over 2,000 page views; and over 500 cases on internal hyperlinked indexed teaching file)
Learning chest radiology blog     (over 1495 cases and over 55,000 page views)
Learning abdominal radiology blog    (over 500 cases and over 17,000 page views)
Learning bone radiology blog   (over 590 cases and over 10,000 page views)
Online neuroradiology textbook (over 2,750 page views)
FRCR Preparation Course 2014 (over 280 page views)

"iMap" - a roadmap for orbital imaging (presented at the 14th Advanced Neuroradiology Course, NNI, TTSH, Singapore, October, 2014

Overview of CT scans, MRI, PET CT/MRI in orbital imaging, Presentation at NUH Opthalmic Oncology Symposium, 2pm to 430pm on Friday, March 21st, 2015; Tower Block, NUHS, T07-03/04

Imaging of Respiratory Disorders: M2 Pathology correlated with Radiology - presented on December 1st, 2015 at 11am.

Chest: Radiology Anatomy Correlation Lecture on October 19th, 2015 at 11am, for year 1 undergraduate MBBS, YLL SOM, NUS (first presented current format on Oct 23, 2013; revised presentation on Oct 9, 2014; and October 12, 2015)

Medical education and eLearning portfolio (over 90,000 page views)

SlideShare presentations (over 63,570 page views)
SlideShare documents (over 41,499 page views)

CaseBasedLearning@NUHS (over 4,040 page views)
Learning@NUHS (over 6,630 page views)

TeL Roundtable @ 11th APMEC (over 3,000 page views)
TeL Symposium @ AMEE 2014 (over 2,400 page views)
TLHE 2014 paper presentation website (over 1,520 page views)
(Personalised Learning using a Digital Knowledge Repository in Medical Education)
Early Investigators Symposium @ 12th APMEC 2015 (over 2,500 page views)
Round up panel discussion and symposium, end of day 1, elearning symposium, AMEE 2015 Glasgow (over 380 page views)
Medical Education Conference: Creative teaching and learning with new technology in new era (Kaohsiung, November 2015) (over 1,850 page views)
Medical Education Scholarship and Research (Resource site) (over 450 page views)

TeL Workshop and Symposium @ 13th APMEC 2016 (over 2,500 page views)

Easy to implement technology enhanced learning combining digital repositories with blogs (for Ottawa 2016, March 2016) (over 590 page views)

Creating blended learning approaches: An exploration of educational thinking and theory (for AMEE 2016 pre-conference workshop) (over 770 page views)

Big Learning from Small Screens: Using Mobile Technology in Medical Education (for AMEE 2016 conference eLearning symposium) (over 2,140 page views)

Technology enhanced learning in Medical Education: What’s new, what’s useful, & some important considerations (for AMEE 2016, session 11, PechaKucha 20 x 20 presentation, Wednesday, August 31st, 2016 at 1130am) (over 950 page views)

TeL @ 9th Jakarta Meeting on Medical Education 2016 (over 1,380 page views)

TeL (Technology enhanced learning) Workshop and Symposium @ 14th APMEC 2017 (over 2,890 page views)

Personal Mobile Learning (over 950 page views)
Blended learning with face to face interactive active learning supported by online resources (over 490 page views)
Technology enhanced learning seminar and mini workshop @ NYP (over 1,430 page views)
Tips for Applying the Flipped Classroom Model in Medical Education (over 2.780 page views)
12 tips for using videos in medical education (over 2,950 page views)
Qualitative research methods in medical education (over 2,000 page views)
Curriculum Mapping @ NUHS (over 410 page views)
Hybrid model for training physical examination and procedural skills (over 1,215 page views)
eLearning and eRepositories (SIF program Colombo 2014) (over 400 page views)
Technology enhanced learning @ KazNMU (7 day program) (over 2,990 page views)
eLearning workshop @ CenMED, NUS (over 3,090 page views)
Using Blogs for Templated Teaching (over 80 page views)

NUS-Prime: Technology Enhanced Learning - Three Case Studies, Monday, 5 May, 2014

Use in instructional videos

Neuroradiology cases (over 2,500 page views)

Some important characteristics of an online case repository

   content - quality, breadth, depth, usefulness


   ease of contribution

   ease of editing

   dashboard, categorising, organising, search, indexing

   digital professionalism

   facilitates and promotes "active and collaborative learning"

   facilitates and promotes digital scholarship




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