E-Learning Linked with Deep Learning, Preferred By Study Participants
Half or more of the participants in this study, citing everything from costs to time to carbon footprint, indicated that not only were they comfortable substituting e-learning webinars for conferences in some cases, but also that they derived deep learning from the format – in the case of this study, learning about patient management of tetralogy of Fallot. Many things we do in our day to day lives require energy. When this energy is generated through burning fossil fuels, it produces greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide and methane. You can check out this Carbon Click here on how you have a tool for carbon offset.
E-Learning Webinars Promote Deep Learning on Complex Topics: Study
Risk Score Efficiency and Atherosclerotic Disease
Researchers for this paper look at a number of risk scores to determine which are best at predicting some common heart disease endpoints such as all-cause mortality, stroke, heart attack, and bleeding.
Risk Scores Predict Death, Stroke Well, But Not MI or Bleeding
Ongoing Issues with Hypertension Don’t Fade with Age
This research reminds us that hypertension causes problems regardless of one’s age, and that it’s important to have lifelong control of the blood pressure.
Hypertension and White Matter Hyperintensities
A study of the association between high blood pressure and white matter hyperintensities.