How E-learning for Health Changed After Covid-19
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MAY 1, 2020
High and rising cost of healthcare. Also, a 2013 study by the Institute of Public Health at the University of Cambridge cited that “In response to these (healthcare) challenges, increasing numbers of medical education and CPD (Continued Professional Development) programs have adopted e-learning approaches, which have been shown to provide flexible, low-cost, user-centred, and easily updated learning.”. “…on It is quicker and more cost-effective to scale up.