4 Articles Found
Effects of Behavioral Skills Training  on Safe Eating and Drinking Practices

The Impact of Online Training in a Behavioral Skills Training model on Direct Support Professionals’ Implementation of Safe Eating and Drinking Practices with Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Upcoming
Emaley McCulloch
October 2016 |
Research Partner:

Objective

This study will investigate whether online training with retention checks paired with coaching sessions can properly prepare DSPs to implement safe eating and drinking practices.
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Impact of a Simulation on Heart Failure Readmissions

A Comparative Effectiveness Study: Comparing a Simulation-Based Online Training, Traditional Online Course, and a Combined Course on Health Care Professional’s Knowledge Regarding Preventing Rehospitalizations
Upcoming
Elise Valdes
October 2016 |
Research Partner:

Objective

Compare the effectiveness of a simulation-based online training, a traditional online course, and a course combining both simulation and traditional course on knowledge of preventing rehospitalizations. 

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Online Training Package on Dementia and Prevention of Aggressive Behaviors

The Effects of an Interactive Online Dementia Training Course on Health Care Professionals’ Ability to Prevent or De-escalate Aggressive Behaviors in Individuals with Dementia
Upcoming
Emaley McCulloch
October 2016 |
Research Partner:

Objective

Examine whether an interactive online training approach to dementia care will significantly improve learner’s ability to prevent or deescalate aggressive behaviors among dementia patients.
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Spaced Learning (Brain Sparks®) on Employee Retention of HIPAA Practices

The Impacts of Scenario-based Online Training and Retrieval-based Learning on Health Care Professionals’ ability to Identify HIPAA Violations in Social Media.
Upcoming
M. Courtney Hughes
September 2016 |
Research Partner: One Hope United; Lutheran Child and Family Services

Objective

Examine whether online training regarding HIPAA violations in social media significantly improves the learner’s long-term ability to identify HIPAA violations in social media. We will also test the long-term impact of administering follow-up questions on the course material in the weeks after the study.

Topics: Learning Retention, Scenario-Based Learning

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