HCI 330 Teaching and Training in Healthcare Informatics • 5 Cr.
Class title change starting Summer 2021
Teaching and Training in Healthcare • 5 Cr.
Successful implementation of HIT requires extensive training. This course addresses general and special issues associated with adult learning in healthcare information technology. Covers training methods used for diverse, interdisciplinary audiences. Prerequisites: HCI 310 and acceptance into the program, or permission of the instructor. Previously HCTM 330.
Description starting Summer 2021
This course addresses general and special issues associated with adult learning in healthcare information technology. Covers training methods used for diverse, interdisciplinary audiences. Topics include defining training needs, course design and development, evaluation, and assessment. Students assess ways to motivate and engage adult learners and develop methods for virtual and in-person course delivery. Prerequisite: Admission to any baccalaureate program at Bellevue College.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Utilize appropriate instructional design models for training healthcare professionals on use of HIT
- Examine pedagogical considerations associated with teaching and training adult learners in healthcare settings
- Evaluate learner needs that are unique to healthcare informatics and healthcare settings
- Design appropriate training modules for disparate groups of healthcare professionals, including nurses, physicians, and allied healthcare professionals
- Select appropriate teaching materials for training healthcare professionals on use of HIT
- Create an evaluation plan to determine training effectiveness
- Develop appropriate mechanisms to assess learner progress