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  2. Systematic Literature Review Bibliography
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    Department of Health. Learning for Everyone: a Development Plan for NHSU. London: Department of Health, 2002.
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    Department for Education and Skills. Harnessing Technology: Transforming Learning and Children's Services. London: DfES 2005. Available at: http://www.dfes.gov.uk/publications/e-strategy/
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    Higher Education Funding Council for England, Joint Information Systems Committee and Higher Education Academy. Higher Education Funding Council for England Strategy for E-Learning. London: Higher Education Funding Council for England, 2005. Available at: http://www.hefce.ac.uk/pubs/hefce//05-12/
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    Cumbria and Lancashire. Strategic Health Authority. E-learning for Health: A discussion paper. Analysis of responses to NHSU's/Strategic Health Authorities’ e-learning consultation. London: NHSU, 2005.
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Systematic Literature Review Bibliography

  1. References
  2. Systematic Literature Review Bibliography

Note: The context of the article is coded as follows: * = Clinical; ** = Higher education; *** = Other.

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    Department of Health. Working Together—Learning Together. A Framework for Lifelong Learning in the NHS. London: Department of Health, 2001, Available at: http://www.dh.gov.uk/PublicationsAndStatistics/Publications/PublicationsPolicyAndGuidance/PublicationsPolicyAndGuidanceArticle/fs/en?CONTENT_ID=4009558&chk=tCWmaW *
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    Meyer, S. M. The adoption of technology in higher/nursing education. Curationis 2001, 24, 326. **
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    Petrusa, E. R., Issenberg, S. B., Mayer, J. W., Felner, J. M., Brown, D. D., Waugh, R. A., Kondos, G. T., Gessner, I. H. & McGaghie, W. C. Implementation of a four-year multimedia computer curriculum in cardiology at six medical schools. Academic Medicine 1999, 74, 1239. **
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    Grigg, P. & Stephens, C. D. Review. Computer-assisted learning in dentistry. A view from the UK. Journal of Dentistry 1998, 26, 38795. **
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    D’Alfonso, J. & Halvorson, C. K. E-learning in perioperative education. Surgical Services Management 2002, 8, 202. *
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    Henderson, J. V. Comprehensive, technology-based clinical education: The ‘virtual practicum’. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 1998, 28, 4179. **
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    Higgins, S. A. K. & Thorne, D. Computers. Developmental considerations for computer-assisted instruction. Laboratory Medicine 1998, 29, 36670. ***
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    McCloy, R. & Stone, R. Virtual reality in surgery. British Medical Journal 2001, 323, 9125. *
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    Thomas, B. S. Instructional computing in American nursing programs. International Journal of Nursing Studies 1986, 23, 2219. **
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    Goncewinder, C., Kidd, R. O. & Lenz, E. R. Optimizing computer-based system use in health-professions education-programs. Computers in Nursing 1993, 11, 197202. *
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    Ouellette, P. M. & Briscoe, R. Walking through the fire: integrating technology to enhance the research skills of minority mental health student researchers. Journal of Technology in Human Services 2002, 19, 91107. **
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    McAuley, R. J. Requiring students to have computers: Questions for consideration. Academic Medicine 1998, 73, 66973. **
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    Olson, D. K., Cohn, S. & Carlson, V. Technology enhanced learning for occupational and environmental health nursing: a global imperative. AAOHN Journal 2000, 48, 17584. *
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    Graveley, E. & Fullerton, J. Incorporating electronic-based and computer-based strategies: Graduate nursing courses in administration. Journal of Nursing Education 1998, 37, 1868. **
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    Lowry, M. & Johnson, M. Computer assisted learning: the potential for teaching and assessing in nursing. Nurse Education Today 1999, 19, 5216. **
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    Dawes, D. & Hanscomb, A. Focus. A pilot study to assess the case for e-learning in the NHS. NT Research 2002, 7, 42843. *
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    Leading by example. Training Magazine 2002: (October), 167. *
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    Mamary, E. M. & Charles, P. On-site to on–line: Barriers to the use of computers for continuing education. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions 2000, 20, 1715. *
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    Thiele, J. E., Allen, C. & Stucky, M. Effects of Web-based instruction on learning behaviors of undergraduate and graduate students. Nursing and Health Care Perspectives 1999, 20, 199203. **
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    Wambach, K., Boyle, D., Hagemaster, J., Teel, C., Langner, B., Fazzone, P., Connors, H., Smith, C. & Forbes, S. Beyond correspondence, video conferencing, and voice mail: Internet-based master's degree courses in nursing. Journal of Nursing Education 1999, 38, 26771. **
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    Andrusyszyn, M.-A., Iwasiw, C. & Goldenberg, D. Computer conferencing in graduate nursing education: Perceptions of students and faculty. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing 1999, 30, 2728. **
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    Delafuente, J. C., Araujo, O. E. & Legg, S. M. Traditional lecture format compared to computer-assisted instruction in pharmacy calculations. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 1998, 62, 626. **
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    Lockyer, L., Patterson, J. & Harper, B. Measuring effectiveness of health education in a web-based learning environment: a preliminary report. Higher Education Research and Development 1999, 18, 23346.**
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    Ouellette, P. M. Moving toward technology-supported instruction in human service practice: The ‘virtual classroom’. Journal of Technology in Human Services 1999, 16, 97111. **
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    Randell, D. E-learning for continuing education: exploring a new frontier. MLO (Medical Laboratory Observer) 2001, 33, 248. *
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    Hayne, Y. Instructional computing in Alberta nursing programs as perceived by program leaders. AARN Newsletter 1989, 45, 2932. *
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    Cooksey, K., Kohlmeier, M., Plaisted, C., Adams, K. & Zeisel, S. H. Getting nutrition education into medical schools: a computer-based approach. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2000, 72, 868S876S. **
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    Clark, D. Psychological myths in e-learning. Medical Teacher 2002, 24, 598604. *
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    Schleyer, T. Assessing outcomes of an academic computing initiative. Journal of Dental Education 1998, 62, 43240. **
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    Nattestad, A., Attstrom, R., Mattheos, N., Ramseier, C., Canegallo, L., Eaton, K., Feeney, L., Goffin, G., Markovska, N., Maixner, W., Persson, R., Reynolds, P., Ruotoistenmaki, J., Schittek, M., Spohn, E. & Sudzina, M. 41 Web-based interactive learning programmes. European Journal of Dental Education 2002, 6, 12737. **
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    Turchin, A. & Lehmann, C. U. Active Learning Centre: Utilization patterns of an interactive educational World Wide Web site. Proceedings of the AMIA Symposium 1999, 62731. **
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    Konstan, J. A., Sturm, P., Mcleod, J. & Lichtblau, L. Internet self-assessment in pharmacology: a model for Internet medical education. Computers and Education 1997, 29, 6371. **
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    Odell, E. W., Francis, C. A., Eaton, K. A., Reynolds, P. A. & Mason, R. D. A study of videoconferencing for postgraduate continuing education in dentistry in the UK—the teachers’ view. European Journal of Dental Education 2001, 5, 1139. **
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    Clark, G. T. Education problems and Web-based teaching: how it impacts dental educators? Journal of the American College of Dentists 2001, 68, 2534. **
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    Walmsley, A. D., White, D. A., Eynon, R. & Somerfield, L. The use of the Internet within a dental school. European Journal of Dental Education 2003, 7, 2733. **
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    Spallek, H., Berthold, P., Shanley, D. B. & Attstrom, R. Distance education for dentists: Improving the quality of online instruction. American Journal of Distance Education 2000, 14, 4959. **
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    Treharne, R. E-learning: A new way of learning. National electronic Library for health (NeLH) Management Briefing. 2002. Available at: http://rms.nelh.nhs.uk/healthManagement/briefings.asp *
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    MacPherson, K. I. Menopause on the Internet: building knowledge and community on-line. (State of the Art). Advances in Nursing Science 1997, 20, 6678. **
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    Harrold, M. W. & Newton, G. D. Development and evaluation of computer-based tutorials in biochemistry and medicinal chemistry. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 1998, 62, 2430. **
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    Sosabowski, M. H., Herson, K. & Lloyd, A. W. Implementation and student assessment of intranet-based learning resources. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 1998, 62, 3026. **
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    Harden, R. M. Myths and e-learning. Medical Teacher 2002, 24, 46972. *
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    Mattheos, N., Nattestad, A., Schittek, M. & Attstrom, R. A virtual classroom for undergraduate Peridontology: a pilot study. European Journal of Dental Education 2001, 5, 13947. **
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    Charles, P. A. & Mamary, E. M. New choices for continuing education: a statewide survey of the practices and preferences of nurse practitioners. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing 2002, 33, 8891. *
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    Davis, M. J., Wythe, J., Rozum, J. S. & Gore, R. W. Use of World Wide Web server and browser software to support a first-year medical physiology course. Advances in Physiology Education 1997, 17, S1S14. **