Global Health eLearning: Examining the Effects of Blended Learning Models on Knowledge Application and Retention

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Naheed Ahmed

CCP | Monitoring & Evaluation Program Officer

Anne Ballard Sara

CCP | Program Officer II

Saori Ohkubo

CCP | Sr. Program Officer, M&E

Rupali J. Limaye

JHSPH | Assistant Scientist

To understand how various learning modes can affect knowledge retention and application, K4Health conducted a cross-sectional study. Blended learning is an important strategy to strengthen learning outcomes and application of knowledge among health professionals in lower- and middle-income countries. Findings from the study support the potential of blended learning models to reinforce learning and application of knowledge, which is crucial to ensuring health professionals around the world have access to accurate and timely health information.

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CCP | K4Health
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