Heidelberg Institute of Global Health, Germany
Sandra Barteit is a trained Computational Linguist who holds a PhD of the Heidelberg Institute of Global Health, Heidelberg University. Her main interest is how to best make use of technology to improve health and her PhD research was on the evaluation of a medical e-learning intervention in Zambia employing a mixed-methods approach looking at the technology acceptance, information system success, usage and knowledge gain through the e-platform.
The medical e-learning is part of the Blended Learning in Zambia (BLiZ) project whose overall goal is the sustainable and long-term implementation of blended learning to support the quality and quantity of medical education for healthcare in rural Zambia for medical licentiates at the Levy Mwanawasa Medical University. The BLiZ project is a collaborative project between Lewy Mwanawasa Medical University (formed: Chainama College of Health Sciences), SolidarMed and Heidelberg Institute of Global Health.