Medical Education for Medical Proffesionals

Description

STREMBLE focuses on research and development in medical education, with respect to ways in which Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and new media can support the teaching and learning process as well as the training of medical professionals, such as doctors, nurses, and emergency personnel.

The founding members of Stremble have extensive experience in executing large-scale pilots in medical education for the evaluation of e-learning platforms and applications, resulting in many scientific publications. Stremble’s analyses platform is specially designed to help in the set-up, execution and statistical analyses of pilot outcomes in order to clearly quantify effectiveness. Stremble’s extensive network of partners established from existing and past projects enables us to deploy targeted pilots with large numbers of participants that meet criteria for inclusion.
Moreover, Stremble is a member of mEducator Best Practice Network (BPN), which has critically evaluated existing standards in the field of e-learning and implemented a reference model in order to enable specialized state-of-the-art medical educational content to be discovered, retrieved, shared and re-used across European higher academic institutions.

Related Publications

Antoniades, A., Nicolaidou, I., Spachos, D., Mylläri ,J., Giordano, D., Dafli, E., Mitsopoulou, E., Schizas, CN, Pattichis, C., Nikolaidou, M., & Bamidis, P. (2015). Medical Content Searching, Retrieving, and Sharing Over the Internet: Lessons Learned From the mEducator Through a Scenario-Based Evaluation. Journal of Medical Internet Research (impact factor: 4.7 at time of publication). 17(10):e229 DOI: 10.2196/jmir.3650, PMID: 26453250

Nicolaidou, I., Antoniades, A., Myllari, J., Giordano, D., Dafli, E., Schizas, Ch., Pattichis, C., Nikolaidou, M., Spachos, D. & Bamidis, P. (2012). Scenario-based assessment for user-testing of medical educational content-sharing solutions. In Proceedings of the 6th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, (INTED2012), pp. 2619-2626, ISBN: 978-84-615-5563-5, Valencia, Spain.

Nicolaidou, I., Giordano, D., Spampinato, C., Pattichis, C., Bamidis, P. & Antoniades, A. (2011). Evaluation of Educational Content Sharing Solutions: Challenges of the mEducator Best Practice Network. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2011 (pp. 498-503). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Nicolaidou, I., Bamidis, P., Antoniades, A., Nikolaidou, M., Pattichis, C. & Giordano, D. (2011). mEducator: Multi-type content sharing and repurposing in medical education. In T. Bastiaens & M. Ebner (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2011 (pp. 3740-3745). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Antoniades, A., Nicolaidou, I., Myllari, J., Giordano, D., Dafli, E., Pattichis, C., Nikolaidou, M. & Bamidis, P. (2011, November). Design of evaluation of content sharing solutions in medical education. International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI), Madrid, Spain.

Antoniades, A., Nicolaidou, I., Nikolaidou, M., Giordano, D., Salva, A., Dietze, S., Pattichis, C., & and Bamidis, P. (2011, October). Discovering, Retrieving, Sharing and re-using medical educational content through mEducator across European institutions. 21st International Conference On Chelation (ICOC) for the Treatment of Thalassaemia, Cancer and other Diseases related to Metal and Free Radical Imbalance and Toxicity.