Conferences

Annual Nursing and Midwifery Research Conference 2017 - Jamaica

Harley, J., Hylton-Kong, T., de Lange, J., Pakker, N., van der Waals, F. 
Blended learning a viable option for in-service training of healthcare workers in Jamaica.

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East African Health Professional Educators Association Annual Conference 2016 - Ethiopia 

Gullbransson, L. de Lange-Tichelaar, T. Bazirete, O. Umulisa, M. Blended learning as a tool to provide in-service training for midwives in low-resource settings.

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eLearning Africa Conference 2016 - Egypt

Blok-Versteeg, A., Pakker, N., van der Waals, F.W. Health[e]Living “Education for change, learning for life” - Community elearning in resource-limited settings.

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NCHIV conference 2016 - The Netherlands

de Lange-Tichelaar, T., Kakooza, H., Pakker, N., van der Waals, F.W. Blended-learning training on HIV care and treatment reduces stigma and can improve retention of PLWHA in care.

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eLearning Africa - International Conference on ICT for Development, Education & Training 2015 - Ethiopia

McAuley, J., de Lange-Tichelaar, T., Pakker, N., van der Waals, F.W. Different e-learning methodologies: sharing experiences of African healthcare workers

Link: eLearning Africa Programme
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NCHIV Conference 2015 - the Netherlands

de Lange-Tichelaar, T., de Raadt, J.E., Pakker, N., van der Waals, F.W. Training healthcare professionals in resource-limited settings on HIV care and treatment: Implementation of a blended-learning training program in Sub Saharan Africa.

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NCHIV Conference 2015 - the Netherlands

de Raadt, J.E., de Lange-Tichelaar, T. Pakker, N., van der Waals, F.W. Tackle the AIDS pandemic through community workers-and educators in South Africa, using the blended learning format.

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AIDS Impact Conference 2015 - the Netherlands

de Lange-Tichelaar, T., Pakker, N., van der Waals, F.W., McAuley, J. Comprehensive training of healthcare workers reduces stigma and improves access and retention of PLWHA in care

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