Waitemata District Health Board elearning

I am currently employed part-time as a Senior elearning designer and developer at Waitemata District Health Board.

First, some bragging:

Platinum LearnX Award 2015 for Rapid Authoring

Fire safety
Fire safety

Fire awareness training: scenariobased course focusing on actions to take when fire or smoke is detected, dependent on role and situation.

You can view the full course here on the Awhina website

 

Our Learning Technologies team has brought in a tsunami of changes:

  • scenario-based elearning design derived from Cathy Moore’s action mapping
  • a process of agile elearning development reducing turnaround time for projects to 12-15 weeks
  • intense collaborative working processes
  • move towards a collective learning management system shared by  a large number of DHB’s
  • integrated learning experience on Totara course pages.

Other courses developed:

 

Privacy: course where we heightened the awareness of the learner about patient privacy issues by placing them in the breach situations directly, using their login to retrieve name.

Infection control
Infection control

Infection control: 5 module scenariobased and gamified course, where the learner needs to solve situations helped by an extensive virtual tablet on the side providing just-in-time information

Health and Safety course
Health and Safety course

Occupational Health and Safety: scenariobased course guided by a comic cartoon superheroine coming in to help the learner solve situations in a gamified hospital environment

Acute Care training – elearning as part of blended learning approach. Learner applies the ABCDE principle in acute situations, to prepare for extensive simulation training in classroom

ECG 12 lead training

Mental Health Information for families

Nursing Code of Conduct