Organizational Learning in the Public Health Institutions through knowledge of ICT

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Abstract

The following paper is a presentation of an empirical study on ICT [1] -implementation in a public health institution. The methodology of the empirical research is briefly touched upon, as well as the theoretical background for the study of learning - not in the classroom, but in the workplace. A popular term for understanding learning at work is ?organisational learning?. An epistemological name for understanding learning as an active part of living is non-scholastic learning. First, the article makes some short statements on the issue of organisational learning in relation to technology. Secondly, it presents an empirical study of the implementation of an electronic record in a health care organisation. Thirdly the article recommends a model for organisational learning within health care through ICT. Finally, non-scholastic learning and apprenticeship are commented on in relation to the findings. [1] ICT stands for Information Communication Technology
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNetwork for Non-Scholastic Learning : Working papers
Volume6/2000
PublisherDepartment of Philosophy, Aarhus University
Publication date2004
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventOrganizational Learning in the Public Health Institutions through knowledge of ICT -
Duration: 19 May 2010 → …

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Wentzer, H. (2004). Organizational Learning in the Public Health Institutions through knowledge of ICT. In Network for Non-Scholastic Learning: Working papers (Vol. 6/2000). Department of Philosophy, Aarhus University.