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From Sweden to Tanzania and from Qatar to Australia, e-Learning Anaesthesia is one of eIntegrity’s most popular programmes – with learners in 35 countries.
In this spotlight article, we take a look at the phenomenal success of this award-winning programme and find out what’s planned in the future.
Located in the foothills of the snow-capped mountain, the Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre (KCMC) is a referral hospital for over 15 million people in Northern Tanzania.
Dr Ansbert Sweetbert Ndebea has just completed his anaesthesia training at the KCMC and he is now an anaesthesiologist at the centre. Sweetbert is part of a small team of doctors in the anaesthesia department.
Training resources at the KCMC are limited. However, for the past three years, Sweetbert and his fellow residents at the KCMC have been using eIntegrity’s e-Learning Anaesthesia (e-LA) programme to support their training and professional development.
“As a trainee from a country with limited resources, we have really benefitted from having access to such a high-quality resource”, explains Sweetbert.
“We use e-LA regularly as a reference tool to help prepare for difficult clinical cases, for teaching sessions and also for exam revision. Undoubtedly, this e-learning has helped us to improve our knowledge and provide better care to our patients.”