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Professionals in health and social care are involved in learning every day. Learning in practice (which could include learning based on reflecting on patient cases, from patients themselves, twitter and other social media exchanges, discussions with colleagues, reviewing new guidelines or research, or sharing learning with others) helps to ensure that high quality patient care is maintained and developed. However, learning effectively from practice and then transferring that learning back into practice has many challenges especially given the time pressures on professionals. Can apps and learning technology help?
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SpirOnto – Semantically Enriched Patient Documentation

Spironto is a tool for semantic annotation of patient documentation. Chronological entries can be enriched by concepts that can be defined and modified by users. Originally it has been developed to assist interdisciplinary teams in palliative care, but can be used also for other care situations where (i) doctors, nurses and other professions have to  Full Article…


Living Documents for Maturing Knowledge Wireframes

In many areas currently information is pushed in a top-down way. This applies to clinical guidelines, their local implementation plans, but also other organizational rules and agreements. The problems associated with it are manifold: – Too much information is pushed without taking into account the current state of the individual (what is new, what is  Full Article…


Seek Support Use Case and Wireframes

Trust has been found to be key aspect when seeking support, but the concept seems to incorporate many different individual aspects that need further investigation. Theory or approach: Personal learning networks / aggregated trustworthiness (perceived credibility) = social validation + authority and trustee + profiles. Main References: Cook, J., & Pachler, N. (2012). Online people  Full Article…