A Multimedia E-Book—A Story of Health: Filling a Gap in Environmental Health Literacy for Health Professionals

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Table 1. Continuing education feedback (April through June 2015) for three stories in A Story of Health: Brett’s story (asthma), Amelia’s story (development disabilities), and Stephen’s story (childhood leukemia).
Evaluation Feedback Questions Strongly Agree + Agree = Total in %
Brett
N = 225
Amelia
N = 45
Stephen
N = 34
1. The content and learning materials addressed a need or a gap in my knowledge or skills. 96 95 100
2. The difficulty level was appropriate. 97 98 97
3. The content expert(s) demonstrated expertise in the subject matter. 97 98 94
4. The delivery method used (e-learning etc.) was appropriate for the subject matter and helped me learn the content. 93 98 91
5. The instructional strategies (lecture, case scenarios, figures, tables, media, etc.) helped me learn the content. 95 98 94
6. Did you experience technical difficulties with this activity? No 90 No 93 No 88
7. This activity effectively met my educational needs. 96 93 95
8. I will be able to apply the knowledge gained from this activity to increase or maintain my competence. 93 93 97
9. I will be able to apply the knowledge gained from this activity to my practice. 91 84 89
10. I will be able to apply the knowledge/skills gained from this activity to develop strategies/provide interventions. 89 91 89
11. I will be able to apply the knowledge gained from this activity to improve performance. 88 89 86
12. Do you anticipate barriers applying this knowledge? No 93 No 93 No 91