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eDoctoring is an online-education delivery system designed to provide learners with a rich and interactive learning experience. Our curriculum includes clinical cases, tutorials, action planning, a learning community and a resource library. Learners have the option of obtaining CME credit if they choose.

Pre-Set Courses and Content Areas

Pre-set courses are available if you want to provide eDoctoring to your learners as a resource but donít want to create a customized curriculum or monitor learner progress. Simply provide the eDoctoring web address to your learners and tell them which course to register for. Upon completion of the course, learners can print out their progress summary page to demonstrate course progress. Below you will find brief descriptions of our pre-set courses by content area. You may register as an Individual Learner to view all of the modules and explore a content area in detail.

Palliative and End-of-Life Care

The EOL courses address topics such as breaking bad news; eliciting patient values and goals; discussing hospice; discussing advance directives and healthcare proxy; managing pain; conducting family meetings; withdrawing life support; and working with others as a palliative care team.

 Course List

  • End-of-Life Complete Course:

    This course will provide you access to all cases and tutorials within the end-of-life content area.

  • Palliative Care/End-of-Life 12 Hour Adult Course:

    This course includes 5 adult-specific cases including CHF, Leukemia, Lung Cancer, Near Drowning, Prostate Cancer, and 5 tutorials, Medical Ethics and Law, Hospice, Last Hours of Living, Non-Pain Symptoms, Pain. It fulfills the AB 487 Pain and Palliative Care requirement in California.

  • Palliative Care/End-of-Life 12 Hour Pediatrics Course:

    This course includes 5 pediatric-specific cases including Lung Cancer, near Drowning, NICU, Early Osteosarcoma, Osteosarcoma Relapse, and 5 tutorials, Medical Ethics and Law, Hospice, Last Hours of Living, Non-Pain Symptoms, Pain. It fulfills the AB 487 Pain and Palliative Care requirement in California.

  • End-of-Life 6 Hour Adult Course:

    This course contains 3 adult-specific cases, Leukemia, Lung Cancer, Prostate Cancer, and 3 tutorials, Grief and Bereavement, Hospice, Last Hours of Living.

  • End-of-Life 6 Hour Pediatrics Course:

    This course contains 3 pediatric-specific cases, Near Drowning, Early Osteosarcoma, Osteosarcoma Relapse, and 3 tutorials, Grief and Bereavement, Hospice, Last Hours of Living.

Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Genetic Testing

The Genetics courses address topics of clinical relevance to the primary care community such as shared decision-making, screening for genetic conditions, costs, benefits and harms of genetic testing; working with genetic counselors; dealing with ethical and legal issues around testing and disclosure, confidentiality, and a review of core clinical genetic concepts.

 Course List

  • Genetics Complete Course:

    This course will provide you access to all cases and tutorials within the genetics content area.

  • Genetics 6 Hour Adult Course:

    This course contains 5 adult-specific cases including Breast Cancer, Cystic Fibrosis, Huntingtons Disease and Inherited Thrombophilia. All Genetics tutorials will be provided.

  • Genetics 6 Hour Pediatrics Course:

    This course contains 5 pediatric-specific cases including Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome, Cystic Fibrosis, Downs Syndrome, Huntington Disease, and Klinefelter Syndrome. All Genetics tutorials will be provided.

Prostate Cancer Screening

The Prostate course updates the participant on the latest PSA testing recommendations and addresses topics such as communication, shared decision-making, and the pros and cons of screening.

 Course List

  • Prostate Course:

    This course includes a 30 minute video on PSA screening and shared decision-making. Optional tutorials on screening, malpractice and ethics , as well as additional videos and screening tools are available.

Custom Courses

If you would like to create your own course, allowing you to select specific modules to assign your learners, and monitor their progress online, register as a course manager. You will be emailed a log-in allowing you administrative eDoctoring access and the ability to design and manage courses. eDoctoring staff are available to provide assistance with content selection or guidance with the course set-up process. Click on the CONTACTS tab to email us.

 Details

Cases/Tutorials

The curriculum centers around interactive computer cases depicting patient stories. Learners are taken through a series of video clips of patient-physician encounters, interact with animated characters, and answer questions related to the content area. A resource library houses tutorials, which focus on specific core content areas and offer the opportunity for more in depth learning.

Action Planning Tool

Action plans help link online learning to actual patient care. Learners are given the opportunity to apply lessons they've learned in the cases to their own clinical practice. There are three steps to the action plan process:

  1. Creation

    Learners create an action plan and define a goal in the eDoctoring portfolio.

  2. Application

    Learners consciously applies the action plan to their practice.

  3. Follow-Up

    After applying the action plan to their clinical practice, the user returns to the eDoctoring website and completes an action plan follow-up describing the manner in which they applied their plan and factors that affected their ability to achieve their goal.

Learning Community Feature

The Learning Community is a forum where users can share their comments and reflections on recently viewed cases or tutorials, or on the action planning process with other learners in the eDoctoring course and faculty. Faculty members can play an active role in the Learning Community by commenting on learnersí entries, or they can use the forum to post their own reflections, provide input on the course content, or pose questions to their learners.



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