Computer-assisted learning and the general dental practitioner

Abstract

Computer-assisted learning is an acceptable form of education for general dental practitioners. Critical assessment of program structure and content is required if the maximum benefits of the medium are to be obtained. There is a need for information technology support for general dental practitioners to allow them to make best use of the programs

DOI: 10.1038/sj.bdj.4809538

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@article{Mercer1998ComputerassistedLA, title={Computer-assisted learning and the general dental practitioner}, author={Peter Mercer and J. P. Ralph}, journal={British Dental Journal}, year={1998}, volume={184}, pages={43-46} }