E learning

Effectiveness of e-learning to develop the ability to recognise and manage stroke

The study aimed to assess the effectiveness of e-learning to develop ambulance staff in the management of acute stroke and stroke mimics..

Scenario-based electronic learning: a viable educational method

The establishment of the Prehospital Emergency Care Council (PHECC) in Ireland (S.I. No. 109/2000), with statutory responsibility to protect the public, represented a significant step forward in...

Enhancing the student learning experience through interactive virtual reality simulation

The simulated scene scenario consisted of a two car road traffic collision on a dual carriageway, involving three casualties. The casualties’ simulated conditions ranged from critically and moderately...

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