2012 Spring Forum

On the M-move: health and medical libraries in a mobile world

Royal Society of Medicine, London, 5th March 2012


Links are provided to presentations that have been made available by speakers at the meeting.

Mobile learning for the NHS workforce: research findings and some practical applications
Helen Bingham, Library and E-Learning Resources Manager, Workforce Development Directorate, NHS South of England

Developing mobile learning and assessment processes to support the diverse needs of students in placement settings
Chris Dearnley, Senior Lecturer, Division of Service Development & Improvement, School of Health Studies, University of Bradford

Mobile health: a revolution in living healthier lives
Andrew Earnshaw, PA Consulting

Mobile Medical Education (MoMeEd): what's the impact of putting resources in the hands of medical students?
Tim Vincent, Learning Technologist, Brighton & Sussex Medical School
Jil Fairclough, Medical School Librarian, and Mark Packer, IT Manager, Brighton & Sussex Medical School

Working together: using SMS text messages to support students on placement
Debbie Holley, Reader, Department of Education, Anglia Ruskin University

The mobile library at Southampton
Ric Paul, Clinical Sciences Librarian, Health Services Library, Southampton General Hospital

Going forwards: realising the potential of m-health innovation
Henry Potts, Senior Lecturer, CHIME (Centre for Health Informatics and Medical Education), UCL

Breaking the boundaries: results from a trial of mobile content at the University of Nottingham
Wendy Stanton, Faculty Team Leader Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Nottingham

Great expectations: a student's view of m-learning
James Watson, Student, iBSc Clinical Science, UCL

Scoping of mobile apps for the education of healthcare professionals: issues of pedagogy and use
Heather Wharrad, Reader in Education and Health Informatics, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences, University of Nottingham

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