Can you spare 15 minutes to shape the future of technology enhanced learning in healthcare?

Health Education England’s Technology Enhanced Learning Programme (TEL) is working on the Department of Health mandate to find digital solutions to some of the challenges presented in accessing, creating and sharing online teaching and learning resources.

The TEL team is conducting a short survey looking at the current use, attitudes and views toward online learning resources. The findings from this research will go towards improving access to learning resources, greater collaboration and sharing of information, and the avoidance of costly duplication.

Please can you spare 15 minutes to undertake this survey? The team is looking for the views of Allied Healthcare Professionals, Higher Education Teachers and Trainers, Commissioners, GPs, Nurses, Healthcare Scientists, Doctors, Radiographers, Health Care Assistants, Paramedics, Physician Associates, and many more – everyone working or training in health and social care!

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This survey is part of a wider user testing exercise that is cross-checking existing research. All data you provide in your answers remains anonymous, and you will not be asked to provide your name or your specific place of work. Please answer all questions to the best of your ability. You do not need to spend very long on each question and there are no right or wrong answers. It may seem that some questions are asked more than once but this is part of the chosen methodology.

If you would like to find out more about the TEL Programme please visit HEE’s website or email hee.tel@nhs.net.

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Why are we setting up a blog?

The simple answer is to help us to engage with our users. Getting direct feedback from our users helps us to create the best service for those users, which is our ultimate aim. We want to use the blog to talk about our work, whether that is reviewing one of our e-learning programmes before we update the content or discussing some new functionality that we want to add to the HEE e-LfH Hub, and get users to give us their opinion. Rather than assuming that we know what our users want, we want you to tell us!

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