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E-collection 'Theme issue 2018: Health professions digital education: what works best, when, for whom and at what cost?'

Key challenges currently facing the ambitions for greater adoption of ever-changing, complex and context-driven digital education, include assuring that new digital education solutions have a secure evidence-base and evaluative mechanisms in place to ensure that their impact can be assessed in relation to both quality and impact on learners. The question today is not anymore whether to use digital education, but rather how, when and which? In other words, what works best, when and for whom—at what cost?


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