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Learning through inter- and intradisciplinary problem solving: using cognitive apprenticeship to analyse doctor-to-doctor consultation.
Todays healthcare can be characterised by the increasing importance of specialisation that requires cooperation across disciplines and specialities. In view of the number of educational programmes for interdisciplinary ...
Contextual dynamics in clinical workplaces. Learning from doctor-to-doctor consultations.
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd 2013. MEDICAL EDUCATION 2013, 2013-01-01)
Mobile learning in the workplace. Unlocking the value of mobile technology for work-based education.
The use of mobile phones is attracting considerable interest in the fields of professional learning and work-based education. Surprisingly, there is relatively little systematic knowledge about how mobile devices can be ...
Work-Based Mobile Learning. Concepts and Cases.
The increasing use of mobile devices in work contexts has the potential to alter our work and learning practices. This is particularly true for knowledge workers. In addressing the implications of this transformation the ...
Reframing Clinical Workplace Learning Using the Theory of Distributed Cognition.
In medicine, knowledge is embodied and socially, temporally, spatially, and culturally distributed between actors and their environment. In addition, clinicians increasingly are using technology in their daily work to gain ...