• Knowledge Catalogue

     

    Modules

    The Knowledge module is composed of content and assessment, i.e., educational learning materials with associated multiple choice questions (MCQs) for assessment of knowledge acquisition.

    All online courses (modules) are submitted for Contiuning Medical Education (CME) accreditation and are in English.

    CME credits are awarded to those who successfully complete the modules.

    The content of each module is developed by an internationally recognised expert. The HFA Online Education Committee assures consistency and content quality.

    HFA develops online learning module based upon a defined topic, where ‘module’ refers to a short, powerful learning activity on an interactive learning platform. 

    A module is very interactive, with a clinical emphasis and striking animation (3D).  It is a mix of didactic and graphics/animation and includes internal questions on medical practice.

    Tests are dynamic and if a learner gets a question wrong, the learner will be redirected to the place where the correct answer is found, thus reinforcing the educational experience.

    Each test question is then followed by evidenced-based data identifying which approach is best. 

    The overall module is last approximately one hour, meeting the requirements for CME.

    Process

    All courses are mandatory to complete the learning programme.
    Courses are validated upon successful completion of the MCQ test: "Test your knowledge".
    Trainees may retake the test several times if needed.

    This is a formative exercise.

    Follow-up

    The point system allows trainees to follow their progress through a "progress bar". They can also see at a glance course status:

    • Completed (green)
    • In progress (yellow) 
    • To be completed (red) 

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