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Friday, May 15, 2009

Rapid Elearning – Tools of the trade

The Higher Education Academy Subject, Centre for Health Sciences and Practice, E-learning Special Interest Group will be discussing Rapid Elearning – Tools of the trade.

The workshop, is to be held on Friday 26th June 2009 and will be hosted by SONET Applied Research Centre/RLO-CETL, School of Nursing, Midwifery & Physiotherapy, University of Nottingham

The programme includes sessions on Creating Reusable Learning Objects using Articulate Presenter and the virtual learning authoring system Pivote.

Location: Centre for Integrative Learning, Hallward Library Level 1
Rooms 105 & 106
For maps etc see http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/integrativelearning/images/File/University-Park-Campus-map.pdf

For further information contact:
Heather.Wharrad@nottingham.ac.uk OR Pam.Moule@uwe.ac.uk

It is a shame that this event clashes with the NI2009 congress in Helsinki, but personally I have to give my apologies because I will be at Glastonbury Festival.

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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Education in health informatics seminar – Friday 19 June 2009, UWE, Bristol

You are warmly invited to join us on Friday 19 June at the University of West of England for a seminar on education in health informatics.

Responding to both the current and future needs of education in health informatics remains a considerable yet exciting challenge. New healthcare technology is available in many Trusts and PCTs nationally. Clinical and non clinical staff need to be equipped with the appropriate knowledge and skills to support organisational change and realise the true benefits of eHealth.

We are delighted to announce that Di Millen, Head of Informatics at NHS Connecting for Health, will be presenting on the recent relaunch of ‘Learning to Manage Health Information – a theme for clinical education’. For more information, please see:

http://www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/systemsandservices/capability/health/hidcurriculum/brochure.pdf


Jane Hadfield, Director of Human Resources, North Bristol Trust will discuss informatics in workforce development.

We also have speakers from Ideal and UWE who are working collaboratively to address local educational challenges.

Now that the new contract has been signed with BT for the provision of RiO in the South, many PCTs and MHTs will be planning their RiO implementaion project. We would urge you to stay for the afternoon RiO workshop.

The afternoon programme will cover key aspects involved in planning and running your RiO roll out. Jill de Bene, Southern Delivery Director, Community & Mental Health Business Unit, BT is supporting the event and will offer guidance on effective working with your LSP.

To book your place or to request further details, please contact Matthew Bartlett on 01483 453508 or email matthew.bartlett@idealts.co.uk.

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