Using Reflection as a Learning Resource: Part 1 of 2

As part of a learning academy at my workplace, we provide more than 35 hours of mandatory training to a group of approx. 100 nominated learners over a time period of 10 months. That’s a lot of training on a complex topic (the science and business of vaccinology and vaccine preventable diseases). While learners are generally happy with the training, I often feel troubled (and a little guilty) of this cognitive overload.

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