CAIREN: A Network for Sharing Health Care Learning Resources with Ohio Health Care Facilities and Educational Institutions
The availability of quality learning resources to complement basic and continuing education activities is, at best, sporadic in most disciplines. The supply many times fails to meet the demand, forcing educators or training coordinators to make do with tried but true resources that have long since been shown to be something less than totally effective.
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