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Project Team
The Host Defense Interractions (HDI) eTraining Portal is developed and run by the HSeT team in collaboration with Contritutors and Trainers.
HDI Team
Clive Gray, Department of Immunology, South Africa
Photini Kiepiela, MRC HPRU Durban, South Africa
Koleka Mlisana, Nelson R Mandela School of Medicine, South Africa
Jo-Ann Passmore, Division of Medical Virology Institute of Infection, South Africa
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10.1. You understand that information provided by HSeT is not intended to improve or replace the relationship between the patient (or website visitor) and his/her physician.
 

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5.1 HSET guarantees that data relating to physical and legal persons are collected, processed and used in full compliance with Swiss law on data protection. Such data are not released to third parties unless required for performance of the contract.
5.2 You hereby consent to this use of your data. You are entitled at any time to inspect the data stored from your sources and forbid their use, in which case it suffices to inform HSeT.
5.3 HSeT further draws your attention to the fact that due to technical circumstances communication via the Internet is neither secure nor confidential. You are therefore requested not to send confidential information to E-mail addresses, via feedback/contact forms or Forum participants. Any communications reaching HSeT via these channels will be regarded as not confidential and treated accordingly.
 

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The Higher Education Business: the Winning Recipe and the Digital Degree, The Economist June 2014
E-learning methodologies: A guide for designing and developing e-learning courses, FAO 2011
This guide was prepared in the context of the FAO Trust Fund Project GCP/GLO/279/GER entitled: "Improving the abilities of Regional Organizations to develop, implement and monitor food security training programmes". The project is funded by the Government of Germany and implemented by FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), Rome, 2011
Aggarwal R, Gupte N, Kass N, Taylor H, Ali J, Bhan A, Aggarwal A, Sisson SD, Kanchanaraksa S, McKenzie-White J, McGready J, Miotti P, Bollinger RC. 2011. A comparison of online versus on-site training in health research methodology: a randomized study. BMC Med Educ. 11:37.
Distance learning may be useful for building health research capacity. However, evidence that it can improve knowledge and skills in health research, particularly in resource-poor settings, is limited. The review compares the impact and acceptability of teaching two distinct content areas, Biostatistics and Research Ethics, through either on-line distance learning format or traditional on-site training, in a randomized study in India. The objective was to determine whether on-line courses in Biostatistics and Research Ethics could achieve similar improvements in knowledge, as traditional on-site, classroom-based courses.
Volunteer Indian scientists were randomly assigned to one of two arms.Intervention: Students in Arm 1 attended a 3.5-day on-site course in Biostatistics and completed a 3.5-week on-line course in Research Ethics. Students in Arm 2 attended a 3.5-week on-line course in Biostatistics and 3.5-day on-site course in Research Ethics. For the two course formats, learning objectives, course contents and knowledge tests were identical.Main Outcome Measures: Improvement in knowledge immediately and 3-months after course completion, compared to baseline.
Baseline characteristics were similar in both arms (n = 29 each). Median knowledge score for Biostatistics increased from a baseline of 49% to 64% (p < 0.001) 3 months after the on-site course, and from 48% to 63% (p = 0.009) after the on-line course. For the on-site Research Ethics course, median score increased from 69% to 83% (p = 0.005), and for the on-line Research Ethics course from 62% to 80% (p < 0.001). Three months after the course, median gains in knowledge scores remained similar for the on-site and on-line platforms for both Biostatistics (16% vs. 12%; p = 0.59) and Research Ethics (17% vs. 13%; p = 0.14).
in conclusion On-line and on-site training formats led to marked and similar improvements of knowledge in Biostatistics and Research Ethics. This, combined with logistical and cost advantages of on-line training, may make on-line courses particularly useful for expanding health research capacity in resource-limited settings.
Choules AP. 2007. The use of elearning in medical education: a review of the current situation. Postgrad Med J 83:212-216.
 

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Last update: Thursday, August 28, 2014
 

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If you are interested in the Host Defense Interactions (HDI) traning activities please contact the following persons:
Photini Kiepiela Chief Specialist Scientist, HIV Prevention Research Unit, Medical Research Council, 123 Jan Hofmeyer Road, Westville P.O.BOX 70380, Overport, 4067, RSA
Tel: +2731 2423656
Fax: +2731 2423800
Jean-Pierre Kraehenbuhl, HSeT Foundation, 155 Ch. des Boveresses, 1066 Epalinges, Switzerland
Tel: +41 21 692 5856
Fax: +41 21 692 5715
 

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The Host Defense Interractions eTraining portal is made possible and supported by a number of partners, sponsors and donors.
Partners
Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA)
European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP)
Health Sciences eTraining Foundation (HSeT)
National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS)
National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD)
Perinatal HIV Research Unit
South African Medical Research Council (MRC)
University of Cape Town
 

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