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Reports on sessions at PCF5 are available here.

List of Contributions

ID First name Surname Institution Paper
787 Lídia Brito Universidade Eduardo Mondlane Keynote speech for the PCF5 'Health' theme

MP3 of Prof Brito's keynote address to follow soon

689 Nataly Martini University of Auckland Breaking borders with the VIP (Visualising Issues in Pharmacy) projectPDF down.png
322 Jill Russell University College London The role of communities of practice in building capacity for shared learning for development: the case of an online postgraduate programme in international primary health carePDF down.png
445 Anisha Rajapakse The Commonwealth Foundation Culture-based methods for effective HIV and AIDS prevention – what role can distance learning play?PDF down.png
611 Walter Sukati Institute of Distance Education, University of Swaziland. Effective education through distance education mode to combat HIV / AIDS in SwazilandPDF down.png
690 Ebenezer Koomson Ghana Health Service Stakeholder participation in HIV/AIDS programme in a rural district in GhanaPDF down.png
60 Pradeep Misra M.J.P. Rohilkhand University Using educational media for HIV/AIDS awarenessPDF down.png
520 Elizabeth Walker West Virginia University HIV/AIDS rural education in central MozambiquePDF down.png
455 Lesley-Anne Cull UK Open University Models for improving health education and training in Africa using open educational resourcesPDF down.png
257 Syed Jamal Abdul Nasir Syed Mohamad MARA University of Technology Implementing the flexible learning mode in Health Science programme at MARA University of Technology: a Malaysian experiencePDF down.png
334 Luis Palacios London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Travel medicine online: the eCPD experiencePDF down.png
414 James Rossiter University of Oxford Repurposing online continuing professional development courses in health into new educational contextsPDF down.png
292 Pat Pridmore Institute of Education, University of London Strengthening open learning to increase educational access in high HIV prevalence areas of Sub-Saharan AfricaPDF down.png
200 Syed Shahzad Shah Allama Iqbal Open University A case study on role of distance education in preventive to curative health and nutrition issuesPDF down.png
87 Kirston Greenop Mindset Network Using information and communications technologies to learn at work: an evaluation of a pilot professional development system for health care professionalsPDF down.png
570 Raphael Tamean University of Papua New Guinea Zero effectiveness on HIV/Aids awareness and the need for a separate HIV/AIDS curriculum in Papua New GuineaPDF down.png
270 Richard Heller Building public health capacity using open educational resourcesPDF down.png
751 Joyce Ogunsanmi University of Ado-Ekiti Non-regular education and intervention on HIV/AIDS awareness and training strategies in Nigeria: implications for counsellingPDF down.png
588 Jerry Miner GlobalHort Horticulture for health: the knowledge management platform Hort-e aims at filling gaps between nutrition requirements, good practices and public awarenessPDF down.png
536 Sunny Olatunbosun Banjoko Obafemi Awolowo University Knowledge and perception of telemedicine and eHealth by Nigerian healthcare practitionersPDF down.png
351 Welma Davies University of Namibia Tracer study on the certificate of HIV/AIDS counselling at the University of NamibiaPDF down.png
555 Phalachandra Bhandigadi Regional Institute of Education (NCERT) Exploring the utilisation of TVPrintCast technology in satellite-based training of Panchayat members (local self-government members) of KarnatakaPDF down.png
585 Mamta Srivastava National Institute of Open Schooling Potential of open and distance learning in training of paramedical technician: case study of radiography course at NIOS IndiaPDF down.png
623 Wendy Kitson-Piggott CAREC/CARIFORUM PROJECT Training medical technologists in the Caribbean: a cross-institutional model for collaboration in distance educationPDF down.png
433 Bholah Ravhee Mauritius Institute of Education Online HIV/AIDS education: a doorway to innovative teaching and learning approachPDF down.png
749 Laxmi Gupta St. Wilfred's College The role of open and distance learning system in accelerating health care services: an empirical study of the Reproductive and Child Health programme in IndiaPDF down.png
327 Clare Sansom Birkbeck College, University of London Remote use of Web 2.0 technology by MSc Structural Biology students from the global southPDF down.png
86 Kirston Greenop Mindset Network An evaluation of HIV and AIDS digital content for healthcare professionals and the publicPDF down.png
413 Sandhya Gunness University of Mauritius Educating diabetes patients and youth through the WikiEducator: a case study from MauritiusPDF down.png
603 Juliana Bbuye Makerere University The role of open and distance learning in health education: a case study of the Masters of Public Health, Distance Education programme of Makerere UniversityPDF down.png
260 Arjuna Aluwihare University of Peradeniya Sri Lanka Where there is no surgeon: upscaling surgical skills transfer for healthcare professionals in developing countriesPDF down.png
521 Jeanette Bartley University of Technology, Jamaica A case study of collaboration in HIV and AIDS practice and policy: awareness and training in African and Caribbean countries through the Global Development Learning NetworkPDF down.png
323 Joseph Addinyia Mensah Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Addressing educational needs of health workers in Ghana using distance educationPDF down.png
787 Lídia Brito Universidade Eduardo Mondlane MP3 of Prof Brito's keynote address

317 Shubhangi Vaidya Indira Gandhi National Open University Capacity building for carers of children with learning disabilitiesPDF down.png

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