E-learning mit Docs'n Drugs - Anwendung und Akzeptanz in der Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie der

@inproceedings{Weninger2009ElearningMD,
  title={E-learning mit Docs'n Drugs - Anwendung und Akzeptanz in der Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie der},
  author={Laura Weninger and Ferdinand Keller and J{\"o}rg Michael Fegert and Gerhard Libal and Joerg M. Fegert},
  year={2009}
}
Docs'n Drugs - an E-learning program for medical students; feasibility and evaluation of the acceptance in student training in child and adolescent psychiatry at the University Hospital in Ulm Objective: Increasingly widespread is the use of modern media such as E-learning in medical education. The Medical Faculty of the Uni- versity of Ulm, being the Competence Center of E-learning, and the Competence Network in Medical Education in Baden-Wurttemberg have been developing a web based multimedia… 
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