Internet Tutorials | John Faughnan | Robert Elson
|Handouts (other pages)|
This introductory tutorial is aimed at physicians who do not routinely use Internet email and/or a web browser. Participants use a web browser (Internet Explorer) throughout the tutorial -- all tutorial materials are on the world wide web. The tutorial is "hands on" from the start. We cover using a web browser, managing the world wide web, and getting connected. We recommend software and services based on personal experience. The FP Starter Bookmarks page is used to introduce participants to clinically useful web sites, including patient education handouts and literature searching.
tutorial web site: http://www.faughnan.com/fp/net/
|Part I: Browser & Web Intro||Part II: The Web and
Introduction (5 min)
Internet Explorer (20 min)
Web I (20 min)
Break (5 minutes)
|Web II (35 min)
Connections (15 min)
Discussions and Q & A (10 min)
John Faughnan is a family physician (FAAFP), graduate of the Health Informatics program at the University of Minnesota (MS, 1998), former National Library of Medicine Fellow (1994-1997), and ClinChart.com product manager at Abaton.com (1997-present).
Some of this material was co-developed with Robert Elson, who has a similar bio.
All of the materials presented, including this document, are graciously hosted on the University of Minnesota Health Computer Sciences web server: http://www.faughnan.com/fp/net/.