Internet-based medical education deemed effective learning tool

09/17/2008 | HealthImaging.com

Research shows Internet-based medical education is an effective teaching and learning tool that offers schedule flexibility for professionals and content that easily is updated. "We now can confirm that, across a wide variety of learners, learning contexts, clinical topics and learning outcomes, Internet-based instruction can be as effective as traditional methods," said the study's lead author.

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