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Gruson D.,Cliniques Universitaires St Luc | Gruson D.,European Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine | Gruson D.,Working Group on Distance Education Programmes E Learning | Faure G.,Working Group on Distance Education Programmes E Learning | And 6 more authors.
Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine | Year: 2013

The progress of information and communication technologies has strongly influenced changes in healthcare and laboratory medicine. E-learning, the learning or teaching through electronic means, contributes to the effective knowledge translation in medicine and healthcare, which is an essential element of a modern healthcare system and for the improvement of patient care. E-learning also represents a great vector for the transfer knowledge into laboratory practice, stimulate multidisciplinary interactions, enhance continuing professional development and promote laboratory medicine. The European Federation of Laboratory Medicine (EFLM) has initiated a distance learning program and the development of a collaborative network for e-learning. The EFLM dedicated working group encourages the organization of distance education programs and e-learning courses as well as critically evaluate information from courses, lectures and documents including electronic learning tools. The objectives of the present paper are to provide some specifications for distance learning and be compatible with laboratory medicine practices.

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