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Why Our Experience with the JFK Bomb Scare Inspired Us to Brainstorm Better Crowd Control

eLearningMind

Still, the mass confusion about protocol left a lot of people wondering what to do–even those that should have known better. Because these simulations ensure everyone completes their roles and works as a team, they’re highly effective in ensuring the best quality of care. Computer-based simulations could not only help staff and personnel know how to properly react in emergency situations, but also see how other personnel is meant to react as well.

4 elearning tricks the NHS could borrow from retail

Sponge UK

Retailers are among the most innovative when it comes to elearning, but what can they teach the National Health Service (NHS) about harnessing learning technologies? Retail is leading the way in the use of elearning to deliver tangible business benefits.