Learning and training processes in the contexts of chronic disease moves in two directions: to make patients empowered in order to allow them to recognize the behaviours that might compromise their health conditions and, to train medical and paramedical staffs on the procedures for diagnosis and patients follow-up to provide an high quality service. To achieve these goals the learning by doing approach was adopted in UBICARE (Ubiquitous knowledge-oriented Healthcare) project to support training and skills acquisition related to the patient management and to the critical events handling. The final aim is to create a social network for information sharing to: support medical and paramedical staff in diagnosis and monitoring of the patient, train and inform them about diagnostic procedures, therapeutic interventions and follow-up of patients and to empower the patient to ensure a good quality of life.

LEARNING BY DOING TO SUPPORT E-LEARNING IN E-HEALTH

DI TRIA, FRANCESCO;PESARE, ENRICA;ROSSANO, VERONICA;ROSELLI, Teresa
2014

Abstract

Learning and training processes in the contexts of chronic disease moves in two directions: to make patients empowered in order to allow them to recognize the behaviours that might compromise their health conditions and, to train medical and paramedical staffs on the procedures for diagnosis and patients follow-up to provide an high quality service. To achieve these goals the learning by doing approach was adopted in UBICARE (Ubiquitous knowledge-oriented Healthcare) project to support training and skills acquisition related to the patient management and to the critical events handling. The final aim is to create a social network for information sharing to: support medical and paramedical staff in diagnosis and monitoring of the patient, train and inform them about diagnostic procedures, therapeutic interventions and follow-up of patients and to empower the patient to ensure a good quality of life.
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