Designing CPD for impact: a decade of designed based research and development

Robinson, Lynn, Frossard, Laurent, Ryan, Cherri, Cruickshank, Nina and Hendy, Robert (2008). Designing CPD for impact: a decade of designed based research and development. In: AMEE 2008 Final Abstract Book: International Association Medical Education Conference. International Association Medical Education Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, (207-208). 30 August - 3 September 2008.

Author Robinson, Lynn
Frossard, Laurent
Ryan, Cherri
Cruickshank, Nina
Hendy, Robert
Title of paper Designing CPD for impact: a decade of designed based research and development
Conference name International Association Medical Education Conference
Conference location Prague, Czech Republic
Conference dates 30 August - 3 September 2008
Proceedings title AMEE 2008 Final Abstract Book: International Association Medical Education Conference
Publication Year 2008
Year available 2008
Sub-type Other
Start page 207
End page 208
Total pages 2
Collection year 2009
Language eng
Abstract/Summary In 2005, a collaboration between the leading provider of continuing professional development programs for health professionals in Australia, Med-E-Serv, and the University of Queensland was established. Med-E-Serv’s design based research and development program had been through two full research cycles by 2007. The design models support both face to face and online small group learning and use 48 design parameters (advanced from 8 in the first cycle). Process, impact data and outcome data has been rigorously collected for 7 years (approximately 20,000 learners and over 50 programs in each cycle). Until now, neither the design models nor the results of field testing have been published due to the commercial sensitivities. With the resolution of the commercial issues in 2007, both the designs and the research outcomes are available to researchers and a third design based research cycle has commenced.
Formatted Abstract/Summary
In 2005, a collaboration between the leading provider of continuing professional development programs for
health professionals in Australia, Med-E-Serv, and the University of Queensland was established. Med-E-Serv’s design based research
and development program had been through two full research cycles by 2007. The design models support both face to face and
online small group learning and use 48 design parameters (advanced from 8 in the first cycle). Process, impact data and outcome
data has been rigorously collected for 7 years (approximately 20,000 learners and over 50 programs in each cycle). Until now, neither
the design models nor the results of field testing have been published due to the commercial sensitivities. With the resolution of
the commercial issues in 2007, both the designs and the research outcomes are available to researchers and a third design based
research cycle has commenced.
Subjects 13 Education
130101 Continuing and Community Education
130212 Science, Technology and Engineering Curriculum and Pedagogy
11 Medical and Health Sciences
1117 Public Health and Health Services
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code

 
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