Murphy, J; (2003) The role of Information and IT in the Education of the Modern Specialist. In: (Proceedings) The Education and Training of the Geriatric Specialist. : Cardiff, Wales.
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17 June 2003 This paper explores the information needs of doctors and their IT Skills. This is set in the context of national investment in healthcare information system. It reviews the ways in which information and communication technologies are being used to support clinical education and training, in particular the ways in which the web is being used. It reviews web based resources which are likely to be of value to geriatricians. It concludes with some ideas about the ways in which technolgies such as Personal Digital Assistants might support on-the job learning and life long learning.
|Title:||The role of Information and IT in the Education of the Modern Specialist|
|Event:||The Education and Training of the Geriatric Specialist|
|Additional information:||Invited speaker at the Annnual Study Day of the British Geriatrics Society|
|Keywords:||Education and Training, IT Skills|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Population Health Sciences > Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care > CHIME|
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