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Siemens Launches PEP, a Personalized Education Plan for Clinical Laboratory and Healthcare Professionals
Date:1/11/2011

ce and assessment to reinforce and internalize learning. Online education is available anytime, anywhere, and is accessible and convenient for all shifts and staff levels. The curricula are standardized and evergreen, ensuring all staff receive consistent education regardless of shift, location or tenure with the company.

"PEP will be a huge advantage to the laboratory because it will bring together all the educational aspects that have always been available offsite and online," says Marilyn Leonard, Chemistry Supervisor, White Plains Hospital, White Plains, NY. "It'll allow me to continually assess and guarantee that everybody in the lab, 24/7, all the different shifts and staff levels—whether full, part time or per diem employees—have the same level of competency."

Beyond a dynamic menu of online product training, PEP also offers education on general laboratory topics and disease-state management. PEP consists of three components:

  • My Planner: Allows user and supervisor to design a Personal Education Plan by selecting competency courses that support the specific job role.
  • My Curriculum: Launches the user's personal virtual workbook that contains all the educational activities contained in the Planner. The user selects the learning activities and completes them when and where it is convenient.
  • My Transcript: The learner can track the progress and completion of all online learning and hands-on activities as well as Continuing Education (CE) credits earned.

The Personalized Education Plan is available exclusively to Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics customers as part of the company's Customer Care portfolio, which includes services and support, education and training, and workflow management.  PEP is currently available in English and will soon be available in multiple languages.

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