An eLearning Dementia Care Program for Healthcare Teams in Long-Term Care Facilities.
The purpose of this study was to design, deliver, and evaluate an eLearning dementia care program aimed at enabling healthcare teams to deliver better service to residents with dementia in long-term care facilities and their families. Included here is the final report, two posters, a slide presentation, and a list of refereed publications associated with this study.
Significant contributions from Lynn Casimiro and Lynda Weaver. Affiliated institutions: Elisabeth Bruyere Research Institute; SCO Health Services; University of Ottawa Faculty of Education and Centre for eLearning; Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada; Consortium National de Formation en Sante-Volet Universite d'Ottawa; Central Park Lodges; Beausejour Regional Health Authority; St. Patrick's Nursing Home Inc.; Residence St. Louis.
eLearning, Long Term Care, Research, Quality of Care
MacDonald, C. J. and Stodel, E.J. (2004). An eLearning Dementia Care Program for Healthcare Teams in Long-Term Care Facilities: Final Evaluation Report. Ottawa, ON: CANARIE Inc. 1-101.