Scoping of mobile apps for the education of healthcare professionals: issues of pedagogy and use Heather Wharrad University of Nottingham.

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Scoping of mobile apps for the education of healthcare professionals: issues of pedagogy and use Heather Wharrad University of Nottingham Slide 2 Developing Health and Social Care learning resources and elearning interventions Partnerships HE, FE, NHS Trusts, charities, institutes and EU partners Research & Evaluation programmes Health E-learning & Media Group Slide 3 Reusable learning objects Slide 4 Questions What is the evidence that smartphones and apps are being used for learning by healthcare professionals? Acceptance of m-learning amongst HCPs Scope and quality of apps available for learning Evidence of effectiveness in different learning contexts Slide 5 Outline 2 studies focus on learning in the workplace Smartphone and app use among medical students and doctors small, unfunded, regional study in Trent region Scoping project to inform the development of mobile applications for the education of healthcare professionals. Funded by NHS education Scotland (NES). (December 16 th - January 15 th 2012) Reference to another study Mobile learning for the NHS (Norman, 2011) Slide 6 Smartphone and app use among medical students and doctors PI: Karl Payne (doctor working in Trent Deanery) CI: Kim Watts (midwife lecturer) 257 medical students (response rate 15%) 131 junior doctors (22%; 8 different hospitals) Online questionnaire use and type of smartphone; ownership and use of apps; types of apps used; time spent using apps for education/practice purposes Slide 7 Smartphone ownership Medical Students (n=257)Junior Doctors (n=131) 203 (79%)98 (75%) 115 (57%)67 (68%) 38 (19%)17 (17%) 50 (25%)14 (14%) Smartphone ownership amongst adults in the general population increased from 13% in 2010 to 31% in 2011. Ipsos-Mori (2011) http://www.ipsos-mori.com/http://www.ipsos-mori.com/ iPhone Android Other Slide 8 Types of mobile devices used in or outside work Norman (2011) (n=125)PractitionersManagers Mobile phone (no internet access) 5429 Mobile phone (with internet but kind unknown) 1410 iPhone10 (8%)5 (17%) Android smartphone4 (3%)2 (7%) Nokia smartphone1 (

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