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The importance of capacity as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage

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The importance of capacity (lack of trained human resources and/or technical support to develop or administer programmes) as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage
Unit:
number of responses
Type of measure:
Count, Survey response
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Data source:
eHealth survey 2015
Data source notes:
Data provided by Member States in the 2015 WHO Global eHealth Survey and highlights the key messages and trends identified. Published in the European eHealth report 2016. In total, 46 Member States from the WHO European Region responded to the survey.
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The importance of infrastructure as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage

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The importance of infrastructure (lack of equipment and/or connectivity) as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage
Unit:
number of responses
Type of measure:
Count, Survey response
Visualizations:
Data source:
eHealth survey 2015
Data source notes:
Data provided by Member States in the 2015 WHO Global eHealth Survey and highlights the key messages and trends identified. Published in the European eHealth report 2016. In total, 46 Member States from the WHO European Region responded to the survey.
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The importance of funding as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage

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The importance of the lack of funding for development and support of programmes as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage
Unit:
number of responses
Type of measure:
Count, Survey response
Visualizations:
Data source:
eHealth survey 2015
Data source notes:
Data provided by Member States in the 2015 WHO Global eHealth Survey and highlights the key messages and trends identified. Published in the European eHealth report 2016. In total, 46 Member States from the WHO European Region responded to the survey.
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The importance of limitation as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage

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The importance of inability to gain a health sciences degree entirely through eLearning as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage
Unit:
number of responses
Type of measure:
Count, Survey response
Visualizations:
Data source:
eHealth survey 2015
Data source notes:
Data provided by Member States in the 2015 WHO Global eHealth Survey and highlights the key messages and trends identified. Published in the European eHealth report 2016. In total, 46 Member States from the WHO European Region responded to the survey.
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The importance of effectiveness as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage

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The importance of the lack of evidence on the effectiveness of programmes as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage
Unit:
number of responses
Type of measure:
Count, Survey response
Visualizations:
Data source:
eHealth survey 2015
Data source notes:
Data provided by Member States in the 2015 WHO Global eHealth Survey and highlights the key messages and trends identified. Published in the European eHealth report 2016. In total, 46 Member States from the WHO European Region responded to the survey.
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The importance of cost–effectiveness as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage

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The importance of the lack of evidence on the cost–effectiveness of programmes as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage
Unit:
number of responses
Type of measure:
Count, Survey response
Visualizations:
Data source:
eHealth survey 2015
Data source notes:
Data provided by Member States in the 2015 WHO Global eHealth Survey and highlights the key messages and trends identified. Published in the European eHealth report 2016. In total, 46 Member States from the WHO European Region responded to the survey.
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The importance of demand as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage

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The importance of the lack of demand by providers or target groups as a barrier to telehealth supporting universal health coverage
Unit:
number of responses
Type of measure:
Count, Survey response
Visualizations:
Data source:
eHealth survey 2015
Data source notes:
Data provided by Member States in the 2015 WHO Global eHealth Survey and highlights the key messages and trends identified. Published in the European eHealth report 2016. In total, 46 Member States from the WHO European Region responded to the survey.
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The importance of availability as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage

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The importance of availability (lack of suitable eLearning courses for use, for example, due to content, language or cultural reasons) as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage
Unit:
number of responses
Type of measure:
Count, Survey response
Visualizations:
Data source:
eHealth survey 2015
Data source notes:
Data provided by Member States in the 2015 WHO Global eHealth Survey and highlights the key messages and trends identified. Published in the European eHealth report 2016. In total, 46 Member States from the WHO European Region responded to the survey.
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The importance of policy as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage

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The importance of policy (educational institutions do not include eLearning as an approach to teaching health sciences) as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage
Unit:
number of responses
Type of measure:
Count, Survey response
Visualizations:
Data source:
eHealth survey 2015
Data source notes:
Data provided by Member States in the 2015 WHO Global eHealth Survey and highlights the key messages and trends identified. Published in the European eHealth report 2016. In total, 46 Member States from the WHO European Region responded to the survey.
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The importance of priorities as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage

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The importance of competing educational priorities as a barrier to eLearning supporting universal health coverage
Unit:
number of responses
Type of measure:
Count, Survey response
Visualizations:
Data source:
eHealth survey 2015
Data source notes:
Data provided by Member States in the 2015 WHO Global eHealth Survey and highlights the key messages and trends identified. Published in the European eHealth report 2016. In total, 46 Member States from the WHO European Region responded to the survey.
Indicator notes: