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Safaei Z, Emadi A R, Taheri M. Assessment of satisfaction of CME’s participants about e- Learning programs in Semnan University of Medical Sciences in 2011. jmed 2012; 7 (2) :13-20
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Introduction: The role of e-Learning in medical education is rapidly growing. Acceptance and satisfaction of e-Learning recipients of continuing Medical Education (CME) programs is very important in its success. The aim of this study is to assess CME’s participants’ satisfaction about e-Learning programs in Semnan University of Medical Sciences.

Methods: This is a cross-sectional study. Over the period of one year, 90 participants passed the program including instructions, lesson, examination and feedback questionnaire which were evaluated comparatively. Data Collection tool was a questionnaire composed of 28 questions in two parts. The first part assess demographic characteristics of the participants and the second part evaluated the level of participant satisfaction about the quality of e-Learning content and program. Data analysis was performed using the software SPSS 18.

Results: The highest satisfaction was in content sequence (74.1%) followed by goal clsarity (71.7%), program help (69.6%) and speech quality (60.8%) respectively.

Conclusion: Similar to other studies, the result of this study revealed that most of CME learners can use

  e-Learning programs without leaving their work place and need to commute.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Medical Education
Received: 2012/09/8 | Published: 2012/09/15

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