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The neglected grass root adoption of mobile phones as learning tools in resource-limited settings. A study from advanced midwifery education in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
Background/rationale: Many mhealth and mlearning interventions fail, because they adopt a techno-centric view and ignore the local context. To address this, the present study investigated the 'organic' adoption and ...
Mobile learning and boundary crossing
Mobile learning in resource-constrained environments. A case study of medical education.
(Medical Teacher, 2012-12-01)
Background: The achievement of the millennium development goals may be facilitated by the use of information and communication technology in medical and health education. Aims: This study intended to explore the use and ...
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 corporate settings: Results from an expert survey.