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Tehran University of Medical Sciences

Virtual School

Center of Excellence for E-Learning in Medical Education

Research Priorities

 

Research priorities of the Virtual School are specified based on the following criteria:

1.   Society needs

2.   TUMS needs

3.   Virtual School needs

4.   Facilities & experts available at the University

5.   Avoiding duplication at work

6.   Product, income and scientific paper

 

Priority Research Topics:

 

1.   Effective teaching strategies and methods in the field of e-learning

2.   Educational design in e-learning

3.   E-learning Curriculum Planning

4.   Innovative training packages improving the quality of education in the field of e-learning

5.   In-service / continuing electronic education 

6.   Patient education using e-learning

7.   Design and installation of comprehensive evaluation systems in e-learning

8.   Design and installation of evaluation systems in e-learning programs

9.   Design and software production in e-learning

10. Information technology development in e-learning

11. Mobile and Tele-health / Telemedicine

12. Smart methods for handling medical / health system data (Gathering, Analysis, Interpretation)

13. Smart methods for evidence based decision making and planning

14. Development of virtual reality (Virtual Hospital/Virtual University)

 

Ongoing Researches 

1.    Factors Influencing the Use of E-Learning Platform in Teaching at Tehran University of Medical Sciences: A Hybrid Approach

2.    Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) Survey on E-Learning among Faculty Members of Tehran University of Medical Sciences

3.    Determining and Prioritizing Factors Influencing E-teachers’ Performance Based on Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process (FAHP)

4.    Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation of  the Pediatric Cancer Educational Multimedia CD for Parents of Children with Cancer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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