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It’s been another busy year for us here at the Division of e-Learning Innovation. In 2017, we were excited to share great new e-learning content for both health professionals and the public. Before we take a break for the holidays, we wanted to highlight some of our projects and say thank you to all our partners who made this work possible.
MentalHealth+This free online premium literature service provides professionals with access to the latest best-evidence in mental health through Machealth. Pulling citations from over 120 premier clinical journals, every article is reviewed for methodological rigour as well as both clinical relevance and newsworthiness by at least three experts in the field. This customizable service lets users control the quality, and frequency, of the email alerts they receive. MentalHealth+ is partially supported by McMaster's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Neurosciences 2016 Innovation Award.
Of course, none of our work would be possible without the generous support of our funders and our engaged community of healthcare professionals. Thank you all for your interest and we look forward to bringing you great, new e-learning content in 2018. Happy holidays and a happy new year!
Butler L, Haynes RB, lorio A, Azzam K, Levinson AJ. MentalHealth+: an innovative email and internet service. Canadian Mental Health Care Conference, Ottawa Ontario, June 2-3, 2017.
Challenge children with engaging activities that help them learn, grow, and thrive.
Marketing Specialist, Mike Ayers, at the Family Medicine Forum in Montreal.
Levinson AJ, Payne S, Liu A, Butler L, McConnell M, Monteiro S, Menezes N, Cordovani D, Whyte R, Marr S, Baird J. Crowdsourcing practice questions and test-enhanced learning: capacity building strategies and randomized trial. World Conference on Online Learning Conference, Toronto, Ontario, October 16-19, 2017.
Leverage our expertise in both instructional design and advanced learning technologies to create meaningful health education experiences.
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