design help (again!)
It seems like I always turn to this forum when I am stuck.
I am being asked to design a course to teach people how to complete a patient assessment form. The focus is really on the form and not the assessment. It takes about 2.5 hours in the classroom to do this. Right now, you sit in a room and watch someone walk through the form. Boring! And confusing because they go through every possible scenario.
I'm not sure how to attack this. I'm thinking about creating a patient and having them walk though the form for the patient. Maybe click on a patient icon at each section of the form to ask the patient questions to get the info needed for that part of the form. But, this approach seems like it will take 1. a long time to design and 2. a long time to sit through.
I thought about breaking it up into sections, but there are 10 sections to the form! I don't want people to get turned off by the thought of having to complete 10 modules, even if they are short.
The audience consists of new hire nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Various levels of experience. New to this type of health care. Spread out across the country.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.