A Distance Blended Learning Program to Upgrade the Clinical Competence of District Non-doctor Anesthesia Providers in Nepal.
National Academy of Medical Sciences and Nick Simons Institute, GPO - 8975, EPC - 1873, Kathmandu, Nepal. [email protected]
Nick Simons Institute, Patan, Nepal.
Southampton University Hospital, Southampton, UK.
- Published Article
World Journal of Surgery
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 2017
This is the first use of distance blended learning to upgrade district health workers in Nepal and perhaps for non-doctor anesthesia providers globally. Key success factors were motivated students, cultural and contextualized clinical content, good educational mentoring relationships with regular communication, central IT and motivational support, and face-to-face midcourse clinical contact time.
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