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The France Foundation (TFF) offers continued education for healthcare professionals that aim to improve overall medical care and patient well-being. They needed someone to help with a custom eLearning solution to teach learners how to recognize the need for antifibrotic therapy, assess treatment side effects, and provide treatment recommendations and long-term care areas. TFF required this course to provide an interactive experience accessible from desktops and tablets for mobile learning flexibility, which would become part of the TFF’s library of Continuing Medical Education and PILOT Education Transforming Pulmonary Care website. TFF had set objectives and goals to meet through their custom learning solution. These included:
Increase interactivity and engagement in training experiences
Improve knowledge retention rates by at least 50%
Deliver learning in an experience-based format
Meet specific grant funding and budget requirements
TFF partnered with Designing Digitally to develop the interactive eLearning solution “IPF Management In Practice.” This training experience presents different learning adventure paths to choose from, each walking learners through actual patient cases involving IPF management. Overall, the training equates to 60 minutes of learning between three modules to avoid cognitive overload and improve long-term memory transfer.
The training design uses an overarching storyline that teaches learners how to treat IPF patients and improve their care correctly. Learners take on the doctor's role to practice identifying and responding to patient symptoms and inquiries without any risk to the patient or care provider. Users must show retention and mastery of skills by selecting appropriate diagnoses and care plans while monitoring several patient visits simultaneously.
xAPI is utilized in this eLearning to provide valuable performance analytics and KPI reporting that measures learning effectiveness and retention rates. The course is housed on the TFF’s educational website www.PILOTforPulmonary.org, which will continue to grow and evolve training over time based on the collected results.