Online collaborative learning for healthcare continuing professional development: a cross-case analysis of three case studies.

@article{Sandars2007OnlineCL,
  title={Online collaborative learning for healthcare continuing professional development: a cross-case analysis of three case studies.},
  author={John Sandars and Michele Langlois and H Waterman},
  journal={Medical teacher},
  year={2007},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={
          e9-17
        }
}
There has been increasing interest in the use of computers to facilitate collaborative learning between healthcare professionals for continuing professional development but many schemes appear to be unsuccessful. The aim of the study was to identify, from a cross-case analysis of three case studies, the main factors that facilitate and inhibit online collaborative learning for healthcare continuing professional development. The intervention was an asynchronous, structured and moderated… CONTINUE READING

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