Published on in Vol 21, No 3 (2019): March

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/12912, first published .
Health Professions’ Digital Education: Review of Learning Theories in Randomized Controlled Trials by the Digital Health Education Collaboration

Health Professions’ Digital Education: Review of Learning Theories in Randomized Controlled Trials by the Digital Health Education Collaboration

Health Professions’ Digital Education: Review of Learning Theories in Randomized Controlled Trials by the Digital Health Education Collaboration

Journals

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  2. Martinengo L, Yeo N, Markandran K, Olsson M, Kyaw B, Car L. Digital health professions education on chronic wound management: A systematic review. International Journal of Nursing Studies 2020;104:103512 View
  3. Kononowicz A, Woodham L, Edelbring S, Stathakarou N, Davies D, Saxena N, Tudor Car L, Carlstedt-Duke J, Car J, Zary N. Virtual Patient Simulations in Health Professions Education: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis by the Digital Health Education Collaboration. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(7):e14676 View
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  6. Ranjbar Kouchaksaraei S, Keshtkaran Z, Karimian Z. The Effect of Training Health Care Providers Using Gamification Method on Social Skills of Preschool Children. Iranian Journal of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences 2021;15(2) View
  7. Zhao J, Zhou K, Ding Y. Digital Games-Based Learning Pedagogy Enhances the Quality of Medical Education: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher 2022;31(4):451 View
  8. McNamara L, Scott K, Boyd R, Farmer E, Webb A, Bosanquet M, Nguyen K, Novak I. Can web-based implementation interventions improve physician early diagnosis of cerebral palsy? Protocol for a 3-arm parallel superiority randomised controlled trial and cost–consequence analysis comparing adaptive and non-adaptive virtual patient instructional designs with control to evaluate effectiveness on physician behaviour, diagnostic skills and patient outcomes. BMJ Open 2022;12(11):e063558 View
  9. Ghoneim A, Ghoneim S, Bairaqi S, Yassin M, AlAhmed A, Aldhamen K, Alfaraj K, Almayyad F. Virtual and traditional learning in undergraduate radiology education: A cross-sectional comparative study from Saudi Arabia. Saudi Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences 2022;10(2):151 View
  10. Rossettini G, Turolla A, Gudjonsdottir B, Kapreli E, Salchinger B, Verheyden G, Palese A, Dell’Isola A, de Caro J. Digital Entry-Level Education in Physiotherapy: a Commentary to Inform Post-COVID-19 Future Directions. Medical Science Educator 2021;31(6):2071 View
  11. Rhoney D, Singleton S, Nelson N, Anderson S, Hubal R. Forces driving change in pharmacy education: Opportunities to take academic, social, technological, economic, and political into the future. JACCP: JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF CLINICAL PHARMACY 2021;4(5):639 View
  12. Söderlund A, Blazeviciene A, Elvén M, Vaskelyte A, Strods R, Blese I, Paakkonen H, Fernandes A, Cardoso D, Kav S, Baskici C, Wiktsröm-Grotell C. Exploring the activities and outcomes of digital teaching and learning of practical skills in higher education for the social and health care professions: a scoping review. Discover Education 2023;2(1) View
  13. Grant R, McMurtry A, Archibald D. Mapping Health Professions Education: Using Complexity Science to Make Sense of Learning Through Electronic Consultations. Medical Science Educator 2023;33(1):233 View
  14. Hwang N, Shim S, Cheon H. Digital learning designs in occupational therapy education: a scoping review. BMC Medical Education 2023;23(1) View
  15. Navarro Martínez O, Igual García J, Traver Salcedo V. Transferring Healthcare Professional’s Digital Competencies to the Workplace and Patients: A Pilot Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(20):13187 View
  16. Seok Y, Suh E. Development of a Health Promotion Application on Cancer Survivorship as an Educational Content for Nursing Students. Asian Nursing Research 2022;16(1):52 View
  17. Elías M, Pérez J, Cassot M, Carrasco E, Tomljenovic M, Zúñiga E. Development of digital and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics skills in chemistry teacher training. Frontiers in Education 2022;7 View
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  19. Song S, Yu Z, Pavlech L, Scott I, Greenberg P. Theoretical Frameworks in Medical Education: Using a Systematic Review of Ophthalmology Education Research to Create a Theory of Change Model. Journal of Graduate Medical Education 2022;14(5):568 View
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  21. Al Zahrani E, Al Naam Y, AlRabeeah S, Aldossary D, Al-Jamea L, Woodman A, Shawaheen M, Altiti O, Quiambao J, Arulanantham Z, Elsafi S. E- Learning experience of the medical profession’s college students during COVID-19 pandemic in Saudi Arabia. BMC Medical Education 2021;21(1) View
  22. Mukhalalati B, Elshami S, Eljaam M, Hussain F, Bishawi A. Applications of social theories of learning in health professions education programs: A scoping review. Frontiers in Medicine 2022;9 View
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  25. Bahattab A, Hanna M, Teo Voicescu G, Hubloue I, Della Corte F, Ragazzoni L. e-Learning Evaluation Framework and Tools for Global Health and Public Health Education: Protocol for a Scoping Review. JMIR Research Protocols 2023;12:e49955 View
  26. Nicolini A, Celestino F, Franciozi C, Andreoli C, Mansur N. Changes in the methodology of medical teaching due to the COVID-19 pandemic. einstein (São Paulo) 2023;21 View
  27. Bahattab A, Caviglia M, Martini D, Hubloue I, Della Corte F, Ragazzoni L. Scenario-Based e-Simulation Design for Global Health Education: Theoretical Foundation and Practical Recommendations. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e46639 View
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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Khan D. Smart Healthcare. View
  2. Elmansouri A, Murray O, Hall S, Border S. Biomedical Visualisation. View
  3. Campbell L, Smucker Barnwell S. Comprehensive Clinical Psychology. View