Transforming the Healthcare Learning Environment by video learning which in the past few years has become an essential part of how employees in hospitals, clinics, medical colleges, and other companies in the healthcare industry teach, train, and share information
Learning is based on three domains: thinking, doing, and feeling (or cognitive, psychomotor, and affective). Another way to think of these domains is knowledge, application (or skill), and attitude; otherwise known as the head, the hand, and the heart – what you know, what you can do, and how willing you are to do it. The most effective learning happens when all three domains are involved. Therefore, your training program should touch on each of them.
The strength of Video-based learning is its flexibility; learners can move at their own pace and also support diverse knowledge backgrounds, skill levels, and learning preferences. Ultimately, if you want to keep highly skilled employees, you need to offer learning and/or training as Learning allows organizations to increase productivity.